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.


 

Everett Crowley Park Stewartship-Join us for an invasive plant pull

Everett Crowley Park Stewartship
Join us for an invasive plant pull
Saturday September 11
Saturday October 16
Saturday November 13
10am-12:30pm
Meeting Location: Front Entrance to Champlain Heights Community Centre 3350 Maquinna Dr.
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Our Spring & Summer Programs are now online.

Spring & Summer programs have arrived! Our Spring & Summer Programs are now online. Registration starts Thursday March 18 at 9:00am How to register for programs: Online: @vancouver.ca Ensure you have an ActiveNet account Enter the program number into the … Read More

The association enlisted this below artist, Hayley Crichton was enlisted by the Champlain Heights Community Assocation, earlier this fall to make child-friendly facemasks for our childcare. Thank you Hayley Hayley Nicole Crichton is a mixed media artist and maker. She was born in South Africa, immigrated to Vancouver, and has lived in the UK and New Zealand. Hayley is motivated by colour and sustainable materials. She has explored painting, textile art and candle making, and is currently producing reusable masks. Future projects include dying fabrics, creating art masks and making beeswax candles. Links: www.facebook.com/HNCartist www.instagram.com/HNCartist

Artist makes child-friendly masks for our Childcare

  The association enlisted this below artist, Hayley Crichton was enlisted by the Champlain Heights Community Association, earlier this fall to make child-friendly face masks for our childcare. Thank you Hayley Hayley Nicole Crichton is a mixed media artist and … Read More

Message From Santa to Champlain Heights Whoa, Whoa, Whoa.” That’s what I say to my reindeer when I want them to stop. This year what I’m saying to everyone is, “Whoa, Ho, Ho” as we stop, be kind and be safe. I’m very sorry that there won’t be a Breakfast with Santa this year at the Community Centre because I want to be a safe Santa and help you and your family to stay safe. I want Mrs. Claus and the Elves to stay safe too. This Holiday Season, if you can’t be with everyone you love, why not do season celebration zooms. I’m used to zooming. I’m still going to be zoom zooming with my reindeer. Whoa, Ho, Ho. Write to me at:Santa Claus, North Pole H0H 0H0 @activechamplain @champlainheightscc #champlainheightscommunitycentre #champlainheightscc #breakfastwithsanta #santa

Message From Santa to Champlain Heights CC

Fall Programs

The Champlain Heights Community Association is pleased to resume programming this Fall, in a limited capacity. There will be a number of programs offered starting September 14 and we will be increasing our offerings, as the season progresses. This approach … Read More

Fixing the sign along Champlain Crescent

For over 40 years the iconic Champlain Heights sign greeted visitors and residents as they entered the community. Unfortunately, the sign deteriorated over the years from age, graffiti and, ultimately, the theft of the sign itself. The stone and mortar … Read More

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Spaces Available for Fall 2020-Champlain Licensed Preschool

Licensed Preschool Licensed Preschool run at Champlain Heights Community Centre ages 3 to 5 years. We offer a play-based nature experience program that provides a variety of developmentally appropriate activities in a safe, positive, and nurturing environment. Activities include free … Read More

Licensed Out of School Care Wait list

Licensed Out of School Care Kindergarten to Grade 7 Out of School Care operates at Champlain Heights Community Centre. Supervision is provided to and from school. Our program offers a variety of enjoyable activities including arts and crafts, board games, … Read More

Photo op of “bee hotel” just before Silva Hagen and helpers removed the bees for winter “hibernation”. Pictured under the “bee hotel” is the Memorial plaque for long time bee helper, Ronald G. Corbett July 22,1943-Oct 6, 2019 “Volunteer Extraordinaire-He loved this park and worked tirelessly to protect it”.

A Summer Of Growth In The Time Of Restriction

  Suddenly, everything came to a halt. ECPC’s plans for Earth Day 2020 scheduled for April and for community planting and invasives pull days were well underway last March when suddenly no more mass gatherings, no more public events, everybody … Read More