January 26: Planned Outage of Websites and Online Services for Maintenance

Posted January 25, 2020

On Sunday, January 26 from 2:00 AM to 11:00 AM, the City's websites and online services will be unavailable for short durations while system maintenance is performed. We thank you for your patience.

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Your Voice

We want to hear from you!

Your Voice is our public engagement platform where you can have your say and keep up-to-date on City projects and initiatives.

Get involved! Share your thoughts, ideas, and opinions with us! It’s input like yours that helps us as we strive to be a world-class city committed to creating and sustaining the best quality of life for our entire community.

Below are opportunities to share your voice. Get involved through surveys, workshops, open houses and more. With your participation, we’re building an (even) better Burnaby!

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Burnaby Child Care Needs Assessment

The City of Burnaby is conducting a Child Care Needs Assessment to see how we can help meet the diverse child care needs of our growing community. 
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Northwest Burnaby Community Centres

The City of Burnaby is exploring the development of new community centres in northwest Burnaby. Your input is important for planning future facilities and shaping your community. 
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Burnaby Lake Aquatic & Arena Facility

It’s time to build a new arena and aquatic facility at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex! CG Brown Pool and Burnaby Lake Arena are more than 50 years old and need to be replaced. What should this new pool and arena look like? Tell us what you would like to see in this new facility!
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Past Initiatives


Community Safety Plan

This initiative builds on our City's strengths and seeks opportunities for us to grow into an even safer community. It's an opportunity for you to discuss ideas, concerns and your vision for what a safe community looks like.
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Community Housing

Community Housing

This innovative public outreach initiative to address Burnaby’s current and future housing needs engaged more than 2,600 residents. Residents shared ideas, concerns and feedback in what has become the largest public engagement exercise in Burnaby's history. 
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