False Creek Residents Association

About the FCRA

The False Creek Residents Association is a volunteer-run neighbourhood group dedicated to improving the quality of life for everyone that lives around and visits False Creek—the heart of the city of Vancouver.

When the FRCA was first formed in 2005, founding members came from a number of established neighbourhood-specific organizations. These caring, community-minded groups continue to have an interest in improving livability around False Creek and its environs.

The FCRA is dedicated to promoting the interests of its residents. We advocate for our neighbours and endeavour to provide information, education and relevant news regarding our community.

Greening the Creek

Beachcombing, cycling, walking, or just quiet enjoyment and a fresh breath—parks and water access are hallmarks of our livable Vancouver.

In Court for Creekside Park

The FCRA applied for a judicial review by the Supreme Court of British Columbia, asking the court to rule on whether the city could continue to allow Concord Pacific to operate its commercial ventures on land that is zoned as park.

LED Screens at BC Place

In September 2011, BC PavCo, a BC provincial agency, contravened several sections of the Vancouver City Signage By-laws by erecting three giant outdoor video billboards at BC Place.

Viaduct Removal

The FCRA is supportive of removing the viaducts but encourages a comprehensive process of investigation into the community-related aspects of the City’s proposal.

False Creek news

Contact us

The False Creek Residents Association is a volunteer-run neighbourhood group dedicated to improving the quality of life for everyone that lives around and visits False Creek—the heart of the city of Vancouver.

Questions? Want to get involved? Please let us know how we can assist.

info@falsecreekresidents.org