“The City’s acquisition of the Arbutus Corridor is game-changing expansion of our seawall-greenway network, connecting False Creek to the Fraser River,” says Mayor Gregor Robertson.
In March 2016, the City of Vancouver purchased the “Arbutus Greenway”, 42 acres of land from Canadian Pacific Railway for the purpose of creating a high-quality public space for walking, cycling and wheeling.
The Arbutus Greenway is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to re-imagine a former railway corridor and the City of Vancouver wants your help developing the vision.
Spanning approximately nine kilometres, the greenway runs parallel to Arbutus Street and West Boulevard through four unique neighbourhoods: Kitsilano, Arbutus Ridge, Kerrisdale, and Marpole.
Once completed, it will connect people, parks and communities from False Creek to the Fraser River, and be a citywide destination for generations to come.
From January 18 through February 15, join the conversation by completing this survey to help create a vision for the future Arbutus Greenway.
Last modified: August 11, 2020