Updated on February 5, 2017
New park in the heart of the city at the centre of Park Board consultation on Northeast False Creek
Removal and replacement of the Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaducts with an at-grade road system will result in a much larger future park on the north side of False Creek than is possible if the Viaducts remain. The Vancouver Park Board is working now with a major design team to see what such a park would look like.
It’s all part of the final stage of the development of the Concord Pacific lands on False Creek with a decision on the removal of the Viaducts expected by the end of the year.
One of the benefits: a much larger park than possible if the Viaducts remain, with about 50 percent more of the park on the water.
Consultations on the plan for the new park are now under way as this video spells out — make your views known.