​Metro Vancouver builds and maintains vital systems fundamental to the region. Core services include drinking water, wastewater treatment and solid waste management. Metro Vancouver also regulates air quality, plans for urban growth, manages a regional parks system and provides affordable housing.

The selection of indicators below demonstrate the many ways in which Metro Vancouver builds regional systems.

 

 

Housing

Liquid Waste

Regional Parks

Solid Waste

Water

Drinking Water

Metro Vancouver is meeting its drinking water performance objectives, delivering 385,000 megalitres of clean, safe water to communities across the region in 2016. With new infrastructure such as the Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel increasing capacity, the region’s ability to accommodate growth is maintained.

Drinking Water

451 litres per capita
of clean safe drinking water
delivered each day

Housing

Housing affordability is an issue impacting every neighbourhood and municipality in Metro Vancouver. Thanks to policy and planning strategies, much-needed rental stock is increasing in town centres all around the region, offering residents increased options for enjoying the benefits of living in complete communities.

Housing

Maintaining a variety
of housing stock creates more
options and affordability

Wastewater

Every day Metro Vancouver treats nearly 400 litres of wastewater per capita – safeguarding public health and our local environment. Upgrades to key facilities such as the Annacis Island and Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment plants allow for future growth in the region to be accommodated without impacting this crucial service area.

Wastewater

371 litres
per capita wastewater
treated daily in dry weather


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