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  • January 3, 2023

    Understanding how your property’s assessment values affect your taxes

    Property owners will receive their 2023 assessment notices from BC Assessment this January, and may be concerned about the change in their property’s value and how it may affect their property taxes.
  • December 22, 2022

    Burnaby awarded “Road Safety Project of the Year”

    The City's transportation division has won the prestigious Mavis Johnson Award for their Burnaby Road Safety Network Screening Study with the Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Greater Vancouver Section.
  • December 22, 2022

    Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services changes to Parks, Recreation and Culture

    Effective January 1, 2023, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) will be renamed to Parks, Recreation and Culture (PRC).
  • December 21, 2022

    Holiday Hours

    Burnaby's City Hall complex will close at 4:45 pm on Friday, December 23 and will open again at 8 am Wednesday, December 28.
  • December 17, 2022

    Winter weather is on the way in Burnaby

    With snow in the forecast for Saturday night and Sunday, and the possibility of more to come in the days ahead, the City of Burnaby has activated its snow plans.
  • December 15, 2022

    Eco-artists encouraged to apply for Burnaby Blooms 2023

    The City of Burnaby is seeking submissions from BC-based eco-artists to have their work featured at the Burnaby Blooms Festival from May 13 to 14, 2023.
  • December 15, 2022

    Burnaby GIS #1 in Geospatial Maturity Index

    The City of Burnaby’s GIS department has once again been recognized as an international leader in their field. After collecting a MISA Spirit of Innovation award in October, Burnaby GIS has been recognized by Public Sector Digest as co-leaders of their Geospatial Maturity Index with an impressive overall score of 96.67% (sharing first place with Halifax, NS).
  • December 14, 2022

    City staff and students help spread holiday cheer to seniors

    Burnaby, BC – Hundreds of Burnaby seniors will receive an extra boost of holiday cheer this season, as the City’s Citizen Support Services partners once again with the IAK (Intentional Acts of Kindness) Foundation and the Burnaby School District on the Operation Elf program.

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