False Creek South Lands: Opportunities for the future

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In February 2021, the City of Vancouver sought public input on how 80 acres of City-owned lands in False Creek South could be used to help address the housing crisis, and contribute to achieving other priorities such as accelerating action on climate change, increased focus on equity and critical social issues and protecting and building the local economy.

Engagement summary

The False Creek South: Opportunities for the Future Engagement Summary Report is now available.

Thank you to everyone who shared your views in February as part of our engagement on the future of City-owned lands in False Creek South. Between February 1-28, 2021, there was a total of 4,349 public and stakeholder interactions, including completed surveys, submissions via email, and seven online community engagement sessions.

Feedback will be used by the City to help inform long-term decisions about the City-owned lands in False Creek South. Public input from this engagement will also inform the City’s broader Vancouver Plan.

Background

The False Creek South neighbourhood is located between the Cambie and Burrard Street bridges on the south shore of False Creek, excluding Granville Island and Senakw. The City of Vancouver owns and manages 80 acres of this land on behalf of Vancouver citizens, which are situated on the unceded traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Learn more about False Creek South here.

For more information about February 2021 engagement:

Thanks for sharing your views

In February 2021, the City of Vancouver sought public input on how 80 acres of City-owned lands in False Creek South could be used to help address the housing crisis, and contribute to achieving other priorities such as accelerating action on climate change, increased focus on equity and critical social issues and protecting and building the local economy.

Engagement summary

The False Creek South: Opportunities for the Future Engagement Summary Report is now available.

Thank you to everyone who shared your views in February as part of our engagement on the future of City-owned lands in False Creek South. Between February 1-28, 2021, there was a total of 4,349 public and stakeholder interactions, including completed surveys, submissions via email, and seven online community engagement sessions.

Feedback will be used by the City to help inform long-term decisions about the City-owned lands in False Creek South. Public input from this engagement will also inform the City’s broader Vancouver Plan.

Background

The False Creek South neighbourhood is located between the Cambie and Burrard Street bridges on the south shore of False Creek, excluding Granville Island and Senakw. The City of Vancouver owns and manages 80 acres of this land on behalf of Vancouver citizens, which are situated on the unceded traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Learn more about False Creek South here.

For more information about February 2021 engagement: