Burnaby City Hall fully reopened to the public
Burnaby City Hall has fully reopened to the public effective January 4. Visitors will not be required to show proof of vaccination to access City Hall, unless they are have arranged an in-person meeting with City staff.
Burnaby is a vibrant city at the geographic centre of Metro Vancouver. We’re blessed with an amazing natural environment; a strong cultural mosaic; thriving town centres; dedicated technology, business and education districts; welcoming neighbourhoods; and amenities and attractions that make Burnaby a great place to live, work, learn and play.
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News & Updates
The City of Burnaby will soon open the Celeste Redman Community Resource Centre in the Brentwood Town Centre neighbourhood, the seventh such facility…
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The City of Burnaby has launched a project to illuminate the BC Parkway, installing accent lighting on SkyTrain guideway pillars to make the route more lively and inviting for pedestrians and cyclists at any time of day.
Burnaby City Council has approved an ambitious plan which will reshape the City’s approach to transportation planning over the next 30 years, making it easier, safer and more climate friendly to move throughout the city.