Evergreen and Grand Commercial Corridors Strategy

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East Evergreen and Grand Boulevards are locally-oriented corridors that boast an emerging small business district, have a unique character with smaller-scale buildings oriented to the street, and are located in an area adjacent to established neighborhoods. The City of Vancouver has embarked on a community planning process for the Evergreen and Grand study area that is intended to support neighborhood livability and create a walkable environment where businesses can thrive.

Please visit the project website to view project documents and resources, sign up to receive email updates.


Public Comment Period Now Open!

The public comment period for the Draft Evergreen and Grand Commercial Corridors Strategy is now live!

Click on the following links to access the Draft Plan and Appendices

The City will be accepting comments on the Draft through Sunday, October 17, 2021. You can submit comments electronically through the online survey, via email, or in writing.

There will also be opportunities for the public to provide testimony at the following meetings:

  • Planning Commission Workshop: Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021 at 5pm

Learn how and when to testify at Planning Commission meetings here.

  • City Council: Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 at 4pm

Learn how and when to testify at City Council meetings here.


Next Steps

Following the release of the draft report, there will be Planning Commission and City Council workshops and hearings where the public will be able to provide comment on the draft Strategy prior to adoption anticipated in fall 2021.

East Evergreen and Grand Boulevards are locally-oriented corridors that boast an emerging small business district, have a unique character with smaller-scale buildings oriented to the street, and are located in an area adjacent to established neighborhoods. The City of Vancouver has embarked on a community planning process for the Evergreen and Grand study area that is intended to support neighborhood livability and create a walkable environment where businesses can thrive.

Please visit the project website to view project documents and resources, sign up to receive email updates.


Public Comment Period Now Open!

The public comment period for the Draft Evergreen and Grand Commercial Corridors Strategy is now live!

Click on the following links to access the Draft Plan and Appendices

The City will be accepting comments on the Draft through Sunday, October 17, 2021. You can submit comments electronically through the online survey, via email, or in writing.

There will also be opportunities for the public to provide testimony at the following meetings:

  • Planning Commission Workshop: Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021 at 5pm

Learn how and when to testify at Planning Commission meetings here.

  • City Council: Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 at 4pm

Learn how and when to testify at City Council meetings here.


Next Steps

Following the release of the draft report, there will be Planning Commission and City Council workshops and hearings where the public will be able to provide comment on the draft Strategy prior to adoption anticipated in fall 2021.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey will ask for your feedback on the Evergreen and Grand Commercial Corridors vision concepts and initial recommendations, and mirrors the public input exercise from the February 4 virtual open house. Your input will help refine the recommendations and inform the development of the draft Evergreen and Grand Commercial Corridors Strategy report.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please view each of the short videos for the vision, goals, and objectives and respond to the questions. 

    Your input will help the City establish the long-term vision for the corridors and recommendations to achieve this vision, which will be reviewed with the community at public outreach opportunities anticipated in fall and winter 2020. 

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