Mid-Market Rental (MMR) Policy: The updated Mid-Market Rental Policy was adopted by Council on July 25, 2022. The policy document outlines the expectations of the Mid-Market Rental Policy and includes updates to the eligibility criteria for tenant selection.

Tenant Displacement: The updated Residential Tenant Displacement Policy was adopted by Council on July 12, 2021. The updated Policy applies to all rezoning applications submitted after July 12, 2021 that propose to redevelop or demolish any building or combination of buildings containing five or more dwellings occupied by tenants as their primary place of residence.

Short Term Rentals | AirBnB | Similar Services: Zoning regulations relating to short term rentals. More Information: Short Terms Rentals Bulletin

The City strives to be a place where individuals from all walks of life and at different stages of life can call home. To make this possible, a variety of housing types and tenures are needed. Using the concept of a housing continuum, the City ensures different housing options, ranging from emergency shelters to ownership properties, are available to residents.

Housing Continuum

The City has achieved many housing milestones over the years, including recently adopting a Housing Action Plan to address community housing needs. See the Housing Action Plan to learn more.

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation defintes housing as affordable if shelter costs account for less than 30 percent of before-tax household income.

The City strives to provide housing options that are affordable and appropriate for families.

The City is creating a Housing Action Plan. Click here for the most up-to-date information and learn how you can get involved.

The City supports vulnerable populations, including the homeless, seniors, and people with different needs and abilities, through a variety of housing policies and initiatives.

The City of North Vancouver has historically been a City of renters and renting remains an important form of tenure in the City.

Learn about the City's Social Plan.

Contact Info

Planning Department
Phone: 604-983-7357
Email: planning@cnv.org

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