Celebrating Heritage Conservation in the City

September 13, 2023   
The City of North Vancouver is accepting applications for the 2024 Heritage Awards. 

Every two years, the City holds the Heritage Awards to celebrate the accomplishments of individuals, organizations, and businesses that have made a significant effort to support heritage conservation in the community. The deadline for nominations is Oct. 31, 2023.

There are four main categories for the Heritage Awards:
  1. Residential Conservation: Honouring the outstanding restoration or adaptive reuse of a residential heritage building on the City’s Heritage Register or its historic landscaping.
  2. Commercial Conservation: Honouring the outstanding restoration or adaptive reuse of a commercial heritage building on the City’s Heritage Register.
  3. Heritage Project Recognition: Honouring the retention and/or enhancement of heritage resources through the re-introduction of original materials or elements or other conservation methods. This may apply to buildings and structures not currently listed on the City’s Heritage Register, as well as landscapes and natural features, cultural practices and other intangible heritage.
  4. Heritage Awareness: Honouring an individual or organization for outstanding community achievement in support of heritage conservation. Examples of eligible projects include literature, art and volunteerism.


Nomination & Selection Process

To make a nomination, fill out the Heritage Award Nomination form and submit it by the deadline. The City's Heritage Advisory Commission will review all eligible submissions. The selected recipients will be presented with an award by City Council at a regular Council meeting.


More Information

Learn more about the Heritage Awards and see past award recipients at cnv.org/HeritiageAwards. For questions, please email planning@cnv.org or call 604-983-7357. 
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