It appears the city's proposal to consider a zipline at Westminster Pier Park has hit a snag.
New Westminster city council wants to ensure it has an opportunity to offer input into TransLink's transportation plans for the region.
New Westminster isn't keen on a proposed 39-storey building at the Plaza 88 development.
Traffic congestion in New Westminster is prompting some residents to voice support for tolls on the Pattullo Bridge.
The City of New Westminster is eagerly awaiting statistics about trips across the Pattullo Bridge to see if they back up residents' reports of increased traffic.
Do you support the city's plan to put money into reserves to pay for future projects like Canada Games Pool and Massey Performing Arts Theatre? Do you want the city to reduce the tax increase from the proposed 2.9 per cent hike? What do you think of the city's plan to set money aside this year to minimize the financial impacts of Anvil Centre in future years?
As part of its 2013 budget deliberations, council has approved a dog licensing program that will see bylaw officers canvassing residents to register unlicensed dogs. The program is expected to cost $51,000 in salaries and benefits and to generate revenues of $67,000.
The City of New Westminster has no plans to reopen the debate about the controversial United Boulevard extension, but needs to consider ways of dealing with traffic congestion in that area of the city, says Mayor Wayne Wright.
While engineers from the City of New Westminster try to determine the next steps to getting the Braid Street bridge open to vehicle traffic, the issue will also be discussed among civic politicians in Coquitlam.
Cathy Johnstone is disturbed that her 93-year-old neighbour has to walk on the road during her daily outings.
The City of New Westminster is monitoring the potential impacts of the new Port Mann Bridge on local streets.
A number of casino-funded capital projects will be considered, completed or constructed in 2013.
Representatives of groups whose members were buried in the old cemetery on the grounds of New Westminster Secondary School were present when the city started digging on the site on a water main installation project last weekend.
A First Nations chief is angry the City of New Westminster didn't inform him it was digging on the New Westminster Secondary School site - an area protected by the Heritage Conservation Act because it housed a cemetery - and says they are prepared to take legal action if their demands for DNA sampling on any found remains aren't met.
New Westminster hasn't received a stop-work order for a water main replacement project in uptown New Westminster, but it temporarily halted work being done on a sensitive site.
The City of New Westminster is hoping the spirit of cooperation will lead to positive action with railways.
Dealing with contaminated soil at Westminster Pier Park increased the park's price tag by nearly three-quarters of a million dollars.
The City of New Westminster is playing a waiting game to see how high the Fraser River will reach in the coming days.
TransLink is willing to work with the municipalities most impacted by the Pattullo Bridge replacement project.