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EVENTS

 

The GWCPC has gathered a supply of paint, rollers, brushes, trays and other materials offered by the City of Vancouver through the VPD along with other community gifts-in-kind to contribute to civic graffiti abatement initiatives. 

GWCPC Graffiti Paint-Outs are scheduled for the last Saturday of each calendar month from 10:00 a.m. – noon and they occur rain or shine.

Graffiti Paint Out
When?

Throughout the year! 

For more detail, please contact us.

 

​​Where?

GWCPC

1977 Commercial Drive

Vancouver, B.C.

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The Great Grandview Community Mask Clean-Up

 

The GWCPC is organizing a clean-up and count of discarded masks littering streets and lanes in the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood. 

If you can help, pre-register (info@gwcpc.ca), check in at the GWCPC (1977 Commercial Drive) between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and we will provide gloves, tongs, and a collection bag. 

Pairs of socially distant participants will choose the area they wish to clean-up and the amount of time they wish to spend. Bring masks back to the GWCPC and add them to the grand total. 

For more information call 604-717-2932

When?

Saturday - May 1st, 2021

@ 10:00am-1:00pm

 

​​Where?

GWCPC

1977 Commercial Drive

Vancouver, B.C.

Around 2,000 bicycles are reported stolen in Vancouver every year, but only a few get returned to their owners when recovered by police. Why so few? Because many owners don't record and share their bike serial number and description.

Help defend against the bike theft epidemic by registering your bike with the 529 Garage bike registry for free - it only takes five minutes! 

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Project 529 - Bike Registration
When?

Daily at the GWCPC office!

 

​​Where?

GWCPC

1977 Commercial Drive

Vancouver, B.C.

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Neighbourhood Clean-up Party
When?

Every month! For more details, please contact us. 

​​Where?

GWCPC

1977 Commercial Drive

Vancouver, B.C.

 

With equipment supplied through the City of Vancouver’s Keep Vancouver Spectacular campaign, teams of volunteers target areas recorded or reported for ongoing littering.

 

Clean-ups have a huge impact on our local neighbourhoods. Removing litter not only makes the neighbourhood cleaner, it also makes it safer. Research has shown that systematic removal of garbage can greatly reduce crime, vandalism and mischief.

Cops & Kids is a free back-to-school safety event for school children and their families. It is also an opportunity to promote positive interaction between the public, police and other community partners. 

Cops & Kids includes VPD patrol officers with their emergency vehicles, the Motorcycle Squad, the Marine Squad, Transit Police Dogs, Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services with their fire truck, and B.C. Ambulance Paramedics with an ambulance.

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Cops & Kids
When?

Cops and Kids 2021 has been cancelled due to

COVID-19

 

​​Where?

Not Applicable