Here are consultations (July 9 & 11), chances to learn first-hand about the plan, and to quiz City of Vancouver staff. Yes, it involves Commercial Drive.  Yes, there is bicycle stuff.


Major detail and document cache HERE.

From CoV web site:   The Grandview-Woodland Community Plan sets out a thoughtfully-managed framework for future change and anticipated population growth of about 10,000 people over the next three decades.

The plan protects the heart and soul of the neighbourhood’s character, while responding to challenges facing this community and building upon its potential.

Over the coming decades, the plan will preserve the independent and eclectic nature of the Commercial Drive and East Hastings shopping streets, as well as protect the apartment stock, heritage buildings, and the social diversity of the area.

The goal is for the community to continue to evolve as a mixed-income, socially-sensitive place that is transit-oriented and rich in heritage and culture.

July 9:   Grandview-Woodland Community Plan open house


Come by an open house to learn about the Grandview-Woodland community plan. Staff will be on site to answers your questions and take your feedback.

Date and time:  July 9 2016, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Aboriginal Friendship Centre, Gym, 1607 E Hastings, Vancouver

July 11:   Grandview-Woodland Community Plan coffee talk


Drop-in for a chat about the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan with the planning team over a coffee. Just come by, although space is limited.

Date and time:  July 11 2016, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Croatian Cultural Centre, Room B+C, 3250 Commercial Drive (at E 16th Ave), Vancouver