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Vancouver’s Waterfront Gateway Project ‘creating a place for people to connect year-round’

Plan for area behind City Hall aims to connect downtown, waterfront; city asking for feedback

By William Seekamp, Columbian staff writer
Published: February 6, 2024, 6:05am
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City officials are looking for feedback on a proposed central plaza behind Vancouver City Hall. Feedback can be submitted until the end of February.
City officials are looking for feedback on a proposed central plaza behind Vancouver City Hall. Feedback can be submitted until the end of February. (Photo contributed by OTAK) Photo Gallery

Vancouver officials are seeking feedback on the design of the central plaza behind City Hall, a key piece of the Waterfront Gateway project that aims to connect downtown to the waterfront district.

You have until the end of February to tell the city what you think.

The plaza is intended to be a flexible space for people to eat, shop and gather.

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