Kitsilano, aka "Kits", is a vibrant and thriving Westside neighbourhood bordered by the ocean to the north, 16th Av on the south, Burrard St on the east, and Alma St on the west. Kits is home to Granville Island Public Market, plus some the city's best shops and dining. Known for its spectacular scenery and endless stretches of beaches, Kits seamlessly blends the urban life, easy access to downtown, clubs, dining, shopping and businesses with the hip suburban, a mix of coffee shops, neighbourhood pubs, eateries, and cool hangouts.

Outdoors and Activities:

Kitsilano is home to 17 parks, six playgrounds, and a local favourite, an off-leash dog park. Kitsilano Beach, one of Vancouver's most popular beaches, offers Kitsilano Pool, The Kitsilano Showboat, an open-air amphitheatre operating since 1935, fine dining, and your traditional seaside concession stand.
Kitsilano is home to a number of Vancouver's annual festivals and events:
  • Greek Day celebrates Greek culture and cuisine along several blocks of West Broadway
  • Vancouver International Children's Festival
  • "Bard on the Beach", the outdoor Shakespeare festival
  • The Celebration of Light, held on the waters of English Bay
  • The Khatsahlano Street Party, held on 4th Avenue


  • Elementary
    • Gordon Elementary
    • Bayview Elementary
    • Tennyson Elementary
    • Henry Hudson Elementary
  • Secondary
    • Kitsilano Secondary School
    • Prince of Wales Secondary
    • Lord Byng Secondary. 
  • Private
    • St. John’s School
    • St. Augustine School
    • St. John’s International School.


The diversity of housing in Kitsilano is a major contributor to the ambiance of this Vancouver Westside neighbourhood. California bungalows, heritage homes, low-rise condo buildings, townhouses, duplexes … the housing is as diverse as the people who inhabit them.

Shopping and Restaurants:

In addition to being home to the major grocery chain stores, Kits offers a wide variety of commercial and retail shops, coffee shops, restaurants, and businesses along West 4th Avenue and West Broadway. From produce markets, wine and book stores, bakeries and delicatessens, hardware stores, second hand and antique shops, and an arrary of clothing stores, outdoor activity shops, and the original home to world famous Lulu Lemon, Kitsilano offers something for everyone and every shopper.


Kitsilano is an easy commute to the downtown core, by car, bicycle, bus, and on a good day by walking over the iconic Burrard St Bridge. However, heading downtown is seldomly a must because everything is available in the neighbourhood of Kitsilano!
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