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Public Hearings on Hold during COVID-19
Regular Council Meetings continue virtually. Mayors' Message
A joint letter from North Shore Mayors to the community. Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
See what the City is doing in response to COVID-19. Get details on park related closures. City Hall Temporarily Closed to the Public
We are still available to serve you 8:30am to 5pm Monday-Friday. Library, Recreational & Cultural Facilities Closed
Harry Jerome, JBCC, Centennial Theatre and City Library closed until further notice. Attention Planning, Development, Permit Applicants & Holders
We've modified some of the our permitting and inspection procedures.

Arts & Culture

The City has long considered arts and culture a priority in considering the lifestyle and well-being of the community. By providing opportunities to participate in creative or cultural activities, the City promotes a positive environment for the community to interact, contributing significantly to our sense of community and quality of life.

NVRC’s Community Events Calendar includes a comprehensive listing of events and activities happening on Vancouver's North Shore. Local artists, arts, culture and heritage organizations are invited to upload their event information and promotional images to the calendar.


North Vancouver Museum & Archives
The North Vancouver Museum & Archives is the keeper of this community's past, and provides tools for researching and exploring its unique stories.

NVRC provides recreation and cultural programs and services to the residents of the City and District of North Vancouver.

The City is committed to creating art in public places to "celebrate and stimulate the cultural spirit and identity of the community".
Centennial Theatre hosts a wide and diverse range of multi-disciplinary performances providing inspiration and entertainment for all generations.


Arts & Culture Grants

Grants are available to support the operations of local arts organizations, events and festivals, and to foster a wide range of activities that reflect the talent, creativity, spirit and diversity of the community. Each year North Vancouver Recreation & Culture invests over $750,000 in grants to support arts and culture in the community.

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