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No Charcoal Barbeques in Parks / No Smoking in Parks, Trails & Green Spaces

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Due to the dry weather and heat that could result in fire hazards, please be advised that no charcoal barbeques are permitted in Burnaby parks and no smoking in Burnaby parks, trails and green spaces.
Plan for Burnaby’s Green Future Wins Award of Excellence

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Mayor Calls on Residents and Businesses to Take Green Pledge The Planning Institute of British Columbia has awarded Burnaby’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy an Excellence in Policy Planning award in the City and Urban Areas category.
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  • Every Other Week Garbage Collection

    Starting April 3, 2017, the City is moving to Every Other Week Garbage Collection for residential properties that receive City curbside garbage collection. Find out why we're making this change and how you can plan for it.

  • Burnaby Map and Open Data

    Use the City's interactive mapping application, Burnaby Map, and our Open Data Portal to explore, analyze and combine information sources. Data is available in several formats, including maps, tables and charts, for you to interact with online or download for use later.

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    Council meetings are held on Monday evenings, beginning at 7:00 PM and may be viewed online as they occur, or viewed after they occur. Council meetings scheduled for the current year, as well as agendas and minutes (current and prior years) are available online.

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Burnaby Environmental Sustainability Strategy (ESS) has been approved!

The Environmental Sustainability Strategy (ESS) is a plan for Burnaby’s “green” future. It is the third – and completes the trilogy of – sustainable city policies, environmentalsocial and economic. The three-phase process used to create the ESS engaged over 2,500 people and collected over 8,000 ideas. The process was extensive, inclusive and creative and the response from the public and stakeholders has been overwhelmingly positive, setting a solid foundation of community support that will help to ensure the future success of the ESS.

The 16 “Big Moves” and 25 “Quick Starts” within the approved plan will be the City’s focus for the first wave of implementation for the ESS. The ESS also contains ways for you to take action in support of the 10 goals of the ESS.

The ESS process has demonstrated that the environment is important to our community. It represents our community’s vision for a great future. By working cooperatively with the support of all our citizens and partners, together we can achieve the vision and goals of the ESS.

Mayor Derek Corrigan

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    Live an Active and Healthy Lifestyle!

    Flip through the Spring / Summer Leisure Guide and be active Burnaby!
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    Business Watch

    Business Watch is a collaborative effort between local business communities and the Burnaby RCMP providing tools and resources to help reduce and prevent crime in Burnaby.
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    Burnaby Board of Trade

    The Burnaby Board of Trade (BBOT) works to attract and retain new business and create a favourable business environment to stimulate economic growth in the community.
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    Burnaby's 2017–2021 Provisional Financial Plan

    The City is pleased to present the 2017-2021 Provisional Financial Plan.
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