Kitsilano Beach Park Seaside Greenway Improvements

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Yew Street path in Kitsilano Beach Park is a shared walking, rolling, and cycling path

Share your input on a separated cycling path in Kitsilano Beach Park. Help us improve the Seaside Greenway at Kitsilano Beach Park to make it a comfortable route for all users, including children, families, and people with reduced mobility.

Kitsilano Beach Park is one of Vancouver’s most popular parks, and we want to make it safer and easier for people to travel to and through the park. We are exploring options to introduce a separated cycling path that will connect Balsam Street with Ogden Avenue and include a section within Kitsilano Beach Park.

We want to know what is important to park and pathway users regarding how you access and connect to Kitsilano Beach Park and the Seaside Greenway. Your input will help us to develop design options for a separated cycle path that make it a safe and comfortable route for all users, including children, families, and people with reduced mobility while reducing conflicts between park users.

Round 1 of engagement was open from August 10-30, 2021 and is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey to identify values and priorities for a separated cycling path in Kitsilano Beach Park. Your feedback will help us identify different cycle path route options. Please check back this fall for a summary report of what we heard, and for the next round of engagement. You can also email us at kitsgreenway@vancouver.ca or call 3-1-1 with questions or comments.

The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation acknowledges, with respect, that our parks are located on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

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Share your input on a separated cycling path in Kitsilano Beach Park. Help us improve the Seaside Greenway at Kitsilano Beach Park to make it a comfortable route for all users, including children, families, and people with reduced mobility.

Kitsilano Beach Park is one of Vancouver’s most popular parks, and we want to make it safer and easier for people to travel to and through the park. We are exploring options to introduce a separated cycling path that will connect Balsam Street with Ogden Avenue and include a section within Kitsilano Beach Park.

We want to know what is important to park and pathway users regarding how you access and connect to Kitsilano Beach Park and the Seaside Greenway. Your input will help us to develop design options for a separated cycle path that make it a safe and comfortable route for all users, including children, families, and people with reduced mobility while reducing conflicts between park users.

Round 1 of engagement was open from August 10-30, 2021 and is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey to identify values and priorities for a separated cycling path in Kitsilano Beach Park. Your feedback will help us identify different cycle path route options. Please check back this fall for a summary report of what we heard, and for the next round of engagement. You can also email us at kitsgreenway@vancouver.ca or call 3-1-1 with questions or comments.

The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation acknowledges, with respect, that our parks are located on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

Translations

The automatic translation tool* is available for: Traditional Chinese [繁體中文] Simplified Chinese [简体中文] Punjabi [ਪੰਜਾਬੀ], Filipino [Tagalog], Vietnamese [Tiếng Việt], French [Français], Korean [한국어], Japanese [日本語] and Spanish [Español] – please see the tool at the top-right of this page.

*Note: the translation service on our website is hosted by Google Translate. As this is a third-party service, we cannot guarantee the quality or accuracy of any translated content.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey to identify values and priorities for a separated cycling path in Kitsilano Beach Park. The survey was available from August 10 - 30, 2021 and is now closed. Your feedback will help us identify different cycle path route options. Please check back this fall for a summary report of what we heard, and for the next round of engagement.

    Kitsilano Beach Park is one of Vancouver’s most popular parks and we want to make it safer and easier for people to travel to and through the park. 

    We are exploring options to develop a separated cycling path between Balsam Street and Ogden Avenue, including a section within Kitsilano Beach Park. This is part of improvements to the Seaside Greenway which is a 28km-long pathway connecting the Vancouver Convention Centre to Spanish Banks.

    • Our goal is to find a solution that creates a safer and more comfortable route for all users, including children, families, and people with reduced mobility while reducing conflicts between park users.


    We want to hear what is important to you regarding how you access and connect to Kitsilano Beach Park and the Seaside Greenway. 

    Your feedback will help us develop an interim solution for the cycle path that can operate for 3 to 5 years until a comprehensive Kitsilano Beach Park Master Plan (that will cover all aspects of park renewal, including transportation and circulation) can be developed and implemented. Based on the values and issues we hear from you this summer, we will develop cycle path route options for public review and input in Fall 2021.

    Aerial view of Kitsilano Beach Park showing the current route of the pathway from Balsam Street to Ogden Avenue in a dotted yellow line.

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