City of North Vancouver, British Columbia

Population (Year): 58120  (2021)

The City of North Vancouver faces several infrastructure challenges, including aging and deteriorating road networks, water and sewer systems, and community facilities. The city is also working to improve pedestrian and cycling infrastructure to encourage active transportation and reduce congestion on the roadways. In addition, the city is grappling with the effects of climate change, such as sea level rise, increased rainfall, and more frequent extreme weather events, which can damage infrastructure and disrupt services. To address these challenges, the city is investing in upgrades and maintenance of existing infrastructure, exploring new technologies, and working with regional partners to develop innovative solutions.

City of North Vancouver

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


“City Hall Envelope & Glazing Upgrades”


“Replacement of single-pane windows in the west wing of City Hall and
associated envelope upgrades. The project would eliminate chronic leaks
and improve the energy efficiency of City Hall.”



Not Started


North Shore Neighborhood House Design & Construction


“Funding for design development of North Shore Neighbourhood House
(NSNH) in coordination with project partners as well as development of
detailed cost estimate. Placeholder for construction, with funding structure to
be confirmed with NSNH. Construction estimate includes external project
management support.”



Not Started


“Street Lighting Central Management System”


“Presence of street lighting central management system will enable achieving further reduction
in electricity consumption and maintenance cost of the new LED street lights. Also, new
functions will be enabled, such as, dimming capabilities of new LED lights, track and reports
energy savings and burnt out fixtures through automatically generated emails. The system will
futureproof the City infrastructure for utilizing future intelligent infrastructure features.”



Not Started


“Marine Drive Bridge Replacement over Mackay Creek”


“The existing bridge was constructed in 1930 and has far exceeded its design life. It is undersized for flood protection, seismic performance is uncertain, and constricts Marine Drive for
transportations needs. The replacement bridge will allow for transit priority lanes as well as
improved pedestrian and cycling facilities, and will reduce the risk of flooding while also meeting
current seismic standards.”



Not Started


Spirit Trail – Lynnmouth Park


“This project includes the design, public consultation and construction of an
approximate 450m length section of Spirit Trail with lighting and associated
Lynnmouth Park entry adjustments and water connection.”



Not Started

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  1. A listing of the capital projects or equipment to be purchased
  2. The projects ranked in order of preference
  3. The plan for financing the projects
  4. A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
  5. Justification for the project
  6. Explanation of expenses for the project
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