Please join us for our last regular meeting for 2017SRA December Monthly Meeting Weds. Dec. 6, 7-9 PM Strathcona Community Centre For our December meeting, we will be looking will back to our gatherings and efforts in 2017 and review these against what we set out to accomplish
Residents of Strathcona:A group of graduate students from SFU is helping the SRA build a case against putting a road through Strathcona Park. They asked us to circulate an online survey. Please click the link below to take the survey. Thanks. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6PLHB76
Strathcona Residents AssociationNovember Meeting Weds. Nov 1 7-9 PM Strathcona Community Centre On the agenda: - Union Street Bikeway Improvements : City planners are coming to review their final plans - Road Through Strathcona Park Update: A
SRA NOVEMBER MEETING
WEDNESDAY NOV 1, 7-9 PM
STRATCHCONA COMMUNITY CENTRE
Ross Kenny, the Senior Design Engineer in charge of bike routes, will be presenting final plans for improvements to the Union Street bikeway, including the Vernon/Adanac
Wednesday Oct 4 7-9 PM Strathcona Community Centre
Our October meeting will be focused on creating a community
The Strathcona Residents Association will be holding it’s 2017 AGM on Weds. Sept 6, 2017, from 7-9 PM at the Strathcona Community Centre.
Currently on the agenda: a brief update on the issues we’ve been focusing on this year (Union St. bikeway, re-routing Prior, the port expansion,
New SRA Social Media
New resident Laurel Murray has offered to help us improve our social media out reach. Please check out – and contribute to – the sites she’s set up on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. It’s a great way to stay informed and connected, offer feedback and just celebrate
The SRA will not be holding its monthly meeting in July and August.
The next meeting will be our annual AGM on September 6. We are actively looking for a few new board members, especially someone who can help with social media outreach. With all the changes going on around us, it’s more
Dear Neighbours,City Council Staff heard on May 17th the draft of the False Creek Flats area plan, including the proposal for an arterial to be built alongside Malkin Street, National Street or Williams Street. Based on the vote we took during our SRA meeting in April, the
May 15, 2017Mayor and Council City of Vancouver Vancouver City Hall 453 West 12th Ave Vancouver, BC V5Y 1V4
Due to the unavailability of speakers for our May SRA Meeting, we are postponing our gathering to discuss "The Diversity of Strathcona" to next month's meeting on June 6th. We will also revisit the Centerm Port Expansion and the city's plans for the new St. Paul’s Hospital
The regular monthly meeting of the SRA will be on Weds, April 5, at the Strathcona Community Centre.
This month’s meeting will be focused on several looming developments in the neighbourhood. It’s a great chance to find out more about what’s going on – and to share your perspective.
Dear Strathcona Residents
Two Important and timely items to share for tomorrow (Tuesday):
With new developments and rezoning planned for Chinatown, what is the future of the neighbourhood?
Tomorrow, Wednesday March 1, 7pm at the Community Centre
For our upcoming SRA Meeting on March 1 at 7pm in the Strathcona Community Centre, we have invited several stakeholders to participate in a panel discussion on "The Future of Chinatown". With many new property development projects underway in Chinatown,
The Vancouver Park Board are currently considering a renewal for Strathcona Park (between Prior St, Malkin St, Raymur Ave, and Hawks Ave).
As a way to provide input to the Park Board at the early stages of planning - rather than reacting to near complete plans - we would like to seek
During our SRA meeting in November 2016, we had a chance to meet with the City of Vancouver's Public Engagement team to express our thoughts, concerns and needs for Union Street as a gateway for residents, pedestrians
In December 2016, the Vancouver City Council allocated a 0.5% emergency property tax increase to combat the fentanyl crisis, which included overdose response, a new fire truck and crew, mobile medical unit, training, supplies, and a commitment to a long overdue community policing centre for
Reminder: tomorrow, Thursday 19th
Healthy Communities Conversation, 7-9pm Strathcona Community Centre
What is harm reduction? How are we responding to the overdose crisis?
What new services and supports are being relocated to the area?
What systems are in place for the
Hello neighbours, a few important upcoming events, and some sad local newsSpecial Event: Healthy Communities Conversation, Thursday January 19th
A meaningful dialogue with local residents, businesses, and agencies about services delivery and healthy community in and around Strathcona