Visits to Burnaby City Hall by appointment only
Following the guidance of the BC Restart plan, the limited access helps to ensure visitors can continue to follow all public health guidelines.
If you need assistance to connect with the right department or staff member, call 604-294-7944.
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News & Updates
The City of Burnaby has partnered with the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue and Vancity to launch an innovative project, the Urban Resilient Futures Initiative, which aims to overcome barriers to climate action by engaging the community to create a shared vision and set of priorities that accelerate Burnaby’s course towards a zero-carbon future.
The City of Burnaby is pleased to announce the appointment of Noreen Kassam, CGA, CPA, to the role of Deputy Chief Administrative Officer and Chief…
The City of Burnaby has added four new electric vehicle charging stalls to its public charging network, making it easier for residents to transition to zero-emission vehicles and help the City achieve its Climate Action targets.
Out of an abundance of caution in response to rising COVID-19 case numbers, the City of Burnaby has postponed fully reopening City Hall to the public until further notice.