False Creek South Neighbourhood Association

The False Creek South Neighbourhood Association was formally established early in the development of the community. FCSNA is an elected body with representatives from all of the housing co-operatives in the area and most strata enclaves, including those leasing land, or water, from the City, as well as those on freehold properties. We recently expanded our membership to include representatives from enclaves run by non-profit housing societies. Read more here.

The Voice of False Creek South


Upcoming Events

November 28th, 2019|0 Comments

There's lots going on in False Creek! Event highlights are here, check out the Events page for even more.

Neighbour Profile: Ali Delivers

November 28th, 2019|0 Comments

Ali Dughestani has run Dean’s Foods, the little convenience store tucked in along Lamey’s Mill Road, for 12 years. Read more about Ali here.

Band Aid Maintenance?

November 28th, 2019|0 Comments

When is a “Band Aid” sufficient to deal with a building maintenance problem – and when does it make a problem worse?


Of almost 3,000 housing units in False Creek South, about 1,800 are located on leased land owned by the City of Vancouver. One-third of these units are in housing co-ops, one-third non-market rental units, and another third are leasehold strata title units.

The False Creek South Neighbourhood Association created *RePlan in 2010 to work with the City of Vancouver on developing new lease options to preserve the community beyond lease expiry. Most *RePlan volunteers live in the community and devote hundreds of hours of personal time every year on the complex issues involved in lease renewal.

RePlan’s mission is to create a dialogue with the City of Vancouver to establish a process to preserve and enhance the False Creek South community beyond lease end, enabling the community to evolve and diversify in a way that is sustainable for existing residents and the City of Vancouver. Read more here.