Contact Mayor & Council

Consider telling the mayor and councillors what you think:

Direct e-mails or phone calls to each person are often most effective, but if you want your input to Council meetings or Public Hearings to get into the official record, you need to use the online forms.

Direct e-mails or phone calls to each person are probably most effective.

http://vancouver.ca/your-government/city-councillors.aspx

kennedy.stewart@vancouver.ca

CLRbligh@vancouver.ca
CLRboyle@vancouver.ca
CLRcarr@vancouver.ca
CLRdegenova@vancouver.ca
CLRdominato@vancouver.ca
CLRfry@vancouver.ca
CLRhardwick@vancouver.ca
CLRkirby-yung@vancouver.ca
CLRswanson@vancouver.ca
CLRwiebe@vancouver.ca

Or here they are in one list:
kennedy.stewart@vancouver.ca; CLRbligh@vancouver.ca, CLRboyle@vancouver.ca, CLRcarr@vancouver.ca, CLRdegenova@vancouver.ca, CLRdominato@vancouver.ca, CLRfry@vancouver.ca, CLRhardwick@vancouver.ca, CLRkirby-yung@vancouver.ca, CLRswanson@vancouver.ca, CLRwiebe@vancouver.ca

(We are not sure if this works as of Nov 2018. Staff are encouraging people to use the online form – https://vancouver.ca/your-government/contact-the-mayor.aspx)

Online form to send message to Mayor and Council:
http://vancouver.ca/your-government/contact-council.aspx

Here are their Twitter handles:

@kennedystewart
@rebeccaleebligh
@christineeboyle
@AdrianeCarr
@MelissaDeGenova
@LisaDominato
@PtFry
@ColleenHardwick
@sarahkirby_yung
@JeanSwanson_
@councillorwiebe

Your messages to Council as elected officials become part of official communications.

Updated 2-Feb-2021