If a work environment is reported to tolerate inappropriate and hostile interactions, in tone or vocabulary, it can be considered an unsafe space – and even debated in the national news. But here it’s possible for an environment to be physically unsafe and, in the case of the Vancouver Park Board, be considered business as usual.
An example from Peter, an unaffiliated resident who cares about this kind of thing:On May 30th of this year, Bikehub informed us that the Park Board had decided to implement a “quick fix” this summer to the Seaside Greenway that currently goes through the Kits Beach parking lot (an absolutely disgraceful and very dangerous section of what is otherwise fantastic bike infrastructure). Apparently, this is said “quick fix”: Read more »
If you’ve ever wanted to see changes in how City of Vancouver parks — the public spaces themselves, as well as their facilities and services — are managed and delivered to citizens, now’s the chance to have your say.
On Sunday, April 7 from 1-4pm, Park Board Commissioners and staff are holding an open house at CityLab (511 West Broadway) to gather public input for “Vancouver’s Playbook” (also called VanPlay), a new plan intended to guide the parks and recreation strategy through to 2045.
Vancouver is home to world-class parks and recreation, and our population is growing and changing.
It’s essential we look to the future to protect and improve parks and recreation across the city.
VanPlay is a year-long conversation with you, our staff, partners, stakeholders, and experts to make this the best plan it can be.
Of note – the Park Board wants to define “Strategic Big Moves for a More Equitable and Connected future”. What does that mean?Read more »