Just noticed a tweet from the City of Vancouver reminding persons about its Pop-Up Plazas:
The short-term gathering sites have been developed by the metropolis in partnership with BIAs (organization advancement associations), community firms, and communities in order to enable firms reopen and give citizens a lot more general public place to enjoy.
“Short term pop-up plazas are a person of the steps we’re taking to enable citizens and firms adapt to living and working by a pandemic,” reads the description on the city’s web page. “They give persons place to try to eat, take a look at, rest, or enjoy the weather conditions even though sustaining a secure distance from each individual other.”
Pop-Up Plazas are currently found at East 27th & Fraser, West thirteenth & Granville, West 14th & Granville, West 17th & Cambie, West 18th & Cambie, 200-block Carrall St., Helmcken St. (Hamilton to Mainland), Bute & Alberni, Bute & Davie (north), and East twenty first & Principal.
A lot more