Curb Access & Parking Plan

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Update February 22, 2024: Thank you for your interest in the City’s development of a Curb Access & Parking Plan. Your feedback is appreciated and is being considered as the City develops Preliminary Directions for this plan. The first phase of engagement for this project is closed. The Curb Access and Parking Plan Phase 1 Engagement Summary Report reflects feedback received in late 2023. Please continue to visit this page for project updates and stay informed by subscribing for project updates.


Help shape Curb Access & Parking in the City


The City of North Vancouver is exploring the development of a Curb Access & Parking Plan to improve the choice and convenience of accessing our curb space, while addressing the changing demands of the curb that we’ve seen in recent years.

Our curb regulations have not kept pace with demand. This means that people are struggling to access curb space in many parts of the City, whether this is parking near shops in commercial areas, parking near home, or finding space to load or unload goods safely.

This Plan will help residents, visitors, and businesses meet a wider range of needs on our curbs, today and into the future. We’re engaging community members to share their thoughts on how our curbs are working today, and where improvements could be made.



How to Get Involved

  • Read more about this project at the project page on the City website.
  • Subscribe for updates on this project to your inbox by submitting your email in the Stay Informed box on the top right sidebar.


How Your Input Will Be Used

Input will be considered alongside data collection and best practices to inform future policy directions. This is the first of two phases of engagement, and is at the “consult” level of engagement on the IAP2 Spectrum of Engagement. (Learn more about the IAP2 Spectrum of Engagement).

Update February 22, 2024: Thank you for your interest in the City’s development of a Curb Access & Parking Plan. Your feedback is appreciated and is being considered as the City develops Preliminary Directions for this plan. The first phase of engagement for this project is closed. The Curb Access and Parking Plan Phase 1 Engagement Summary Report reflects feedback received in late 2023. Please continue to visit this page for project updates and stay informed by subscribing for project updates.


Help shape Curb Access & Parking in the City


The City of North Vancouver is exploring the development of a Curb Access & Parking Plan to improve the choice and convenience of accessing our curb space, while addressing the changing demands of the curb that we’ve seen in recent years.

Our curb regulations have not kept pace with demand. This means that people are struggling to access curb space in many parts of the City, whether this is parking near shops in commercial areas, parking near home, or finding space to load or unload goods safely.

This Plan will help residents, visitors, and businesses meet a wider range of needs on our curbs, today and into the future. We’re engaging community members to share their thoughts on how our curbs are working today, and where improvements could be made.



How to Get Involved

  • Read more about this project at the project page on the City website.
  • Subscribe for updates on this project to your inbox by submitting your email in the Stay Informed box on the top right sidebar.


How Your Input Will Be Used

Input will be considered alongside data collection and best practices to inform future policy directions. This is the first of two phases of engagement, and is at the “consult” level of engagement on the IAP2 Spectrum of Engagement. (Learn more about the IAP2 Spectrum of Engagement).

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Help shape the City’s Curb Access and Parking Plan

    The City of North Vancouver is developing a Curb Access & Parking Plan to improve the choice and convenience of accessing our curb space, while addressing the changing demands of the curb that we’ve seen in recent years.

    The questions in this survey focus on private vehicle parking, the City’s Resident & Visitor Parking Policy, loading zones, accessible parking, and electric vehicle charging. Participants can contribute to each section, or skip ahead to sections that matter most to you. Depending on how much information you choose to provide, the survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.

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