Available City Assets

City of Vancouver - List of Capital Assets for the Green and Digital Demonstration Program (GDDP)

First draft: Oct. 7, 2014

Equipment & Technology

– 1,850 vehicles
– 2,850 pieces of equipment (e.g. leaf blowers, chain saws)

– 8,000 computers
– 250 specialized software applications

Category

Capital Assets

Notes

Facilities

420 buildings (about 7 M sq.ft.) used Community & Civic purposes

– Includes childcare, social, cultural, recreation, libraries, park buildings, fire halls, police buildings, city hall buildings, service yards.
– Includes unique items such at asphalt plant, Nat Bailey Stadium and Bloedel Conservatory.

– Includes 40 heritage buildings

55 buildings (about 1 M sq.ft.) used for Housing

– Includes City-owned non-market and market rental housing.
– Includes 24 heritage buildings

45 buildings (about 0.8 M sq.ft.) leased for commercial purposes

25 buildings (about 0.7 M sq.ft.) leased for industrial purposes

Parks & Open Spaces

about 300 sites with approximately 13.6 square kilometers or 1,360 hectares

Wide variety of sizes: from mini-parks (as small as 0.03 hectares) to city-wide parks (as large as 391 hectares).

Features in parks & open spaces: – 440,000 trees
– 32 kilometres of seawall
– 300 sport fields

– 240 sport courts
– 130 playgrounds
– 30 dog off-leash areas – 6 golf courses
– 1 cemetery
– 320 art installations

Transportation

– 2,070 km of roads & lanes – 2,200 km of sidewalk
– 270 km of bikeways
– 42 bridges & structures

– 860 traffic signals
– 34,000 lampposts
– 10,000 parking meters – 19 parkades

Utilities

– 1,484 km of water mains
– 2,096 km of sewer mains
– 101,000 water-sewer connections
– 15,300 water meters
– 24 sewer pump stations
– 1 solid waste transfer station
– 1 landfill (in Delta)
– 1 neighbourhood energy centre
– 5 km of pipes & 22 transfer stations for neighbourhood energy system