January 27, 2023
The City of Burnaby is activating an overnight warming centre at 7320 Buller Avenue, providing extra capacity for vulnerable people to take shelter from winter weather.
November 4, 2022
Burnaby, BC – The City of Burnaby is taking action to ensure Burnaby tenants continue to enjoy some of the strongest protections in the country, after approving new provisions to the City’s Tenant Assistance Policy (TAP).
July 14, 2022
The City of Burnaby has officially adopted bylaw amendments to regulate Short Term Rentals, which will help protect the City’s long-term rental stock and housing in general, address the potential neighbourhood concerns of STRs, and provide opportunities for home owners to benefit from this emerging market.
July 8, 2022
There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame.
December 7, 2021
The City of Burnaby has unveiled a plan for transformative action to address the regional housing crisis with the release of HOME: Burnaby’s Housing + Homelessness Strategy, a comprehensive roadmap to guide the City’s decisions on housing for the next 10 years.
December 3, 2021
More than 6,700 units of non-market housing are currently in-stream to be developed in Burnaby, marking the first time in the city’s history that non-market rental housing is outpacing the development of market rental housing.
April 23, 2021
The City of Burnaby has completed the draft HOME: Burnaby’s Housing + Homelessness Strategy and is now asking for the community’s help in finalizing the strategy.
April 14, 2021
The City of Burnaby’s bold actions on housing since 2019 have received strong support from members and residents involved in the Mayor’s Task Force on Community Housing.
March 1, 2021
In a move that may be without precedent in Canada, the City of Burnaby has reconvened two groups who participated in the 2019 Mayor’s Task Force on Community Housing to ask an important question: How are we doing so far?
January 6, 2021
The City of Burnaby has introduced new regulations for short-term rentals aimed at protecting the City’s long-term housing stock and preventing disruptions to local neighbourhoods while providing homeowners with the opportunity to earn extra income through an emerging trend in the tourism industry.