The Village of Lions Bay is concerned to ensure the health and safety of all residents and staff, and to that effect, please note the following information:
Broughton Hall is closed for all events and activities until further notice.
The Village Office is closed to the public until further notice but staff will still be working, some in the office and, to the extent necessary, some at home.
Utility payments can still be made by cheque and dropping it off through the mail slot at the Village Office. They can also be made online.
Mayor and Council have amended the Procedure Bylaw to enable expanded electronic meeting capabilities and to ensure continued governance over the business of the Municipality. Public participation in meetings is now available via Zoom. For instructions, click here.
For assistance with Municipal services, please contact the Office at:
The Municipality has activated the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) to Level 1, staffed virtually for the time being to coordinate the flow and prioritization of information and access to assistance from Emergency Management BC (EMBC).
Community volunteers are reaching out to those in need of assistance for help with groceries and other essentials.
The Municipality will continue to monitor the situation and adjust our response as required. The information above will be supplemented with updates through the Village Update as appropriate. If you have not yet signed up for the Village Update, please do so here.
Please report wildlife sightings to 1-877-952-7277
The Municipality of the Village of Lions Bay
Lions Bay is a small, picturesque, seaside Village nestled at the base of southern British Columbia's Coast Mountain Range in the northwest corner of the Metro Vancouver Regional District. Towering over the Village are the twin peaks from which the Village gets its name, the Lions, or the Two Sisters as they are called by the indigenous peoples of the south coast.