Advocacy, education and outreach in support of Vancouver's public spaces

Granville at Night - Jason Thibault - MassiveKontent Surveillance cameras on Granville Street?

Late in February, City Council looked at a motion to do with “Upgrading, Reviewing, and Revising the Granville Entertainment District.” It was a lengthy motion and referenced a number of previous work items that Council, and City staff, had tabled.... Continue reading »

March 1, 2018   |   0 comments
May we have this dance? A new Feet to the Street decal invites you to practice your moves on Granville Street! The VPSN Brings “Feet to the Street” Dance Instructions to Granville

Get your dancing shoes on because “Feet to the Street” has just taken the stage at the 2014 Granville summer series! The Vancouver Public Space Network, in partnership with the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DVBIA), Bruce Carscadden Architect Inc. (BCA),... Continue reading »

August 29, 2014   |   0 comments
10429830056_e0449e109a VIVA Granville weekends are returning – apply to activate the street!

Summertime market on Granville Street – July 2013 [From the media release issued today by the City of Vancouver] “Vancouver-based community groups are invited to apply to activate the Downtown Granville corridor next summer. Buses will be re-routed from Granville... Continue reading »

October 22, 2013   |   0 comments
Sticker Art - P1040451 Public Space News & Events – February 2013

UP FRONT: A New Year: with new public space activations on the horizon ENGAGE: Public space opportunities on Granville, in Grandview-Woodland, and Kitsilano/Pt. Grey (and upcoming items on the Art Gallery, downtown public spaces and the viaducts) EVENTS: February events... Continue reading »

February 1, 2013   |   0 comments
Monday, November 20, 2006 – VPSN Security & Surveillance Meeting

As a follow-up to our August workshop on security and surveillance, the second VPSN meeting of the month will review the various concerns and considerations that surround the increased securitization of the city, and the resulting growth of closed circuit... Continue reading »

November 20, 2006   |   0 comments