Champlain Heights is home to families, seniors and singles. It is truly one of the greenest and safest places to live in the City of Vancouver.
This walkable neighbourhood includes the Champlain Heights Community Centre (3350 Maquinna Dr.), a branch of the Vancouver Public Library (located at Champlain Square, 54th Avenue and Kerr Street) and three elementary schools.
The geographical boundaries of Champlain Heights are the Fraser River, 49th Avenue, Boundary Road and Kerr Street.
The area south of Marine Drive, the River District, is undergoing a transformation as it is built up with homes and amenities.
Everett Crowley Park, the fifth largest park in Vancouver, is located in Champlain Heights sandwiched between Kerr Street and Matheson Crescent, just north of Marine Drive. A dedicated committee, the Everett Crowley Park Committee (ECPC) is working hard to restore the park, which was a city dump for many decades, to its natural state.
Be the First to Know! Keep up to date on what’s going at Champlain Heights Community Centre Our newsletter is your inside track to new programs, special offers, community events, arts news, entertainment opportunities, community initiatives to get involved, … Read More
Vancouver Park Board Open House Champlain Heights Playground Renewal The Park Board is upgrading playgrounds in Champlain Heights. The community currently has three playgrounds that need to be replaced. A local landscape architecture rm has been hired to … Read More
Wednesday, November 14 at 7:00pm. All welcome. To vote in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) one must obtain a voting membership 30 days prior to the meeting. The Champlain Heights Community Association (CHCA) Board of Directors is a group of … Read More
The Champlain Community Association is looking for new members. Do you want to help shape your community and make sure the community’s needs are heard? Would you like a say in the direction the centre is heading? Are you interested … Read More
It all began in the summer of 2016… a group of strangers living in the same community came together to work on a proposal to the City of Vancouver to create our very own community garden right here in … Read More
CHEEP’s purpose is to help facilitate through CHCA, a growing caring community that is helping each other so that in the event of earthquakes or other emergencies we all will be more “prepared not scared” . CHEEP (Champlain Heights … Read More
A great time had by all at our Annual Summer Fair.
Come help us build our garden! We have the support of the city to build a community garden near the Community Center and we would like your support! If you are interested, please email us at email@example.com
The Champlain Heights Community Association has been in touch with the city with regards to replacing or refurbishing these two signs at the north intersection of Champlain Crescent and Matheson. If you think this is a good idea, please e-mail … Read More