- Posted On:November 26, 2021New Westminster awarded $25,000 TD Green Space Grant for Sixth Avenue tree replacement project
- Posted On:November 24, 2021We have made the difficult decision to decommission the Canada Games Pool effective immediately.
- Posted On:November 17, 2021Take the final online survey and tell us what you think of the draft long-term vision for Hume Park.
- Posted On:November 15, 2021Learn about the exciting plans for the historic theatre and complex through The Art of Partnerships, a special livestream panel discussion on Wednesday, November 24, 2021.
- New Westminster City Council approves City participation in Peer Assisted Crisis Team pilot project in partnership with Canadian Mental Health Association, BC DivisionPosted On:November 10, 2021Participation in the pilot project marks an exciting opportunity to create a new direction in crisis response from a criminal model to a health model of community-based delivery.
- Posted On:November 8, 2021Changes are coming on Sixth Street in Uptown! This project will reimagine Sixth Street between Sixth Avenue and Belmont Street to orient the street more clearly toward the public realm and walking, with more flexible uses of Sixth Street and its edges, as well as improving accessibility.
- Posted On:November 2, 2021The City will begin the process of repealing Part 6 of the Rental Units Bylaw.
- Posted On:November 1, 2021The City of New Westminster is pleased to announce that a long-term lease and working agreement for the operation of the Massey Theatre and Complex has been finalized.
- The City of New Westminster identifies first tree planting locations for the Urban Reforestation and Biodiversity Enhancement Initiative (URBEI)Posted On:November 1, 2021In June of this year, the City of New Westminster announced that it had received $1.7 M in provincial and federal funding for its Urban Reforestation and Biodiversity Enhancement Initiative (URBEI) as part of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) – COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream (CVRIS).
- The City of New Westminster apologizes to the South Asian community and descendants of the Komagata MaruPosted On:September 28, 2021On Monday, September 27 at the Open Meeting of Council, with representatives of the South Asian Community in attendance, Mayor Jonathan X. Cote read the City of New Westminster’s official apology to the community, families and descendants of those who were impacted negatively by actions and words of the council of New Westminster during the Komagata Maru incident.
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