City of North Vancouver 2041?


Latest news:

HOT Election news:  Then there were three!  One challenger for Mayor – Kerry Morris.  Two Council candidates – Bill Bell (former CNV Councillor) and Tony Valente.  Further details under “Election” heading. 


*ONNI UPDATE:  The amenity contracts have not yet been awarded (confirmed Apr 8); for daycare amenity and disability housing


Council expenses are now posted on the City website: end of 4th quarter 2013:



The City of North Vancouver is in the midst of the Official Community Plan revision.  

*Summary of Town Hall #1 and #2 now posted on Cityshaping page. Video for Town Hall #3 posted on Cityshaping page.

Town Hall Meeting #4 – Lower Lonsdale 

Tuesday, April 22nd – Pinnacle Hotel Ballroom 
6:30-7:00pm: Material on display, 7:00-9:00pm: Presentation & Discussion .

We urge you to attend and participate in the conversation.  This is the final stage of consultation on the new OCP.  


April 28      Voices Delegation to Council

                          Presentation House Gallery modified proposal to Council


No date yet published for:  Mr. Roger Brooks return to Council with second phase of waterfront vision

November 15  Municipal elections

2014 Election:  we will publish candidate names and a brief statement from each when available under the Election tab.



3 Responses to “NEWS”

  1. Ed March 16, 2014 at 9:35 pm #

    It is a well known fact that certain individuals are claiming that West Vancouver does not wish to be involved with amalgamation. They never did and would also never even consider doing so. So this just means that we have con artists who are calling the citizens on the north shore fools. We need the North Van. city and district to amalgamate and without all the rhetoric being shoved down our throats.

  2. Ed April 2, 2014 at 7:22 pm #

    To the candidates for Mayor and Council of North Vancouver, please state your Policy on over population caused by too many high rises. If you want to be elected, make sure you have this policy on your printed material. Rapid density on the North Shore is out of control. When developers get away with manipulating municipalities it’s time for a change. The citizens of the north shore have to get out and vote for those candidates who will strongly control the extreme rapid density taking place even as I type this note.
    This is not a reply, it’s a statement !

  3. Ed April 19, 2014 at 5:48 pm #

    We’ve seen the HOT election news about candidates for mayor and council. Anyone who wishes to run can be nominated. Those who ARE in the race should keep in mind that controlling development is the issue. High rises in Lynn Valley is so ridiculous it’s just unbelievable. The traffic on our two bridges at rush hour is bad enough now. The only way to control over development is to elect officials who will believe in common sense.
    Residents of North Vancouver please get out and vote for common sense at election time. Our city and district are being absolutely run over by developers!

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