NORTH VANCOUVER – North Vancouver will be receiving more than $1 million as part of almost $75.2 million being invested into communities across B.C. to meet local needs, including more policing, new equipment, increased community safety initiatives, infrastructure and service delivery priorities.

Funding is coming from the Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing Program and will be shared by the District and City of North Vancouver:

  • North Vancouver District – $593,195
  • North Vancouver City – $438,277

This is the second of two annual payments. A payment of $40 million was made in March 2015.

Since 2009, the Small Community, Regional District and Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing Grants have provided more than $792 million in funding to support B.C. communities, enabling them to invest money in projects that are identified as priorities at the local level.