Heights Bike Garden

Pedal-powered fun for all

Vancouver’s first-ever bike garden is a miniature streetscape designed to help community members of all ages learn about cycling and pedestrian safety in a fun, interactive environment free from cars.

Design rendering of Vancouver's new Heights Bike Garden


5411 E. Mill Plain Boulevard Vancouver, WA, 98661


5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week

Getting here

Limited free parking is available on-site. Parking is located on Blandford Drive off Mill Plain Boulevard.

C-TRAN’s The Vine Red Line Devine Rd. stop also provides direct access to the garden.

Using the bike garden

All users must follow posted safety rules and requirements for use per Vancouver Municipal Code 15.04.

Before you go

Contact us

Tell us what you think

Questions or feedback on the Heights Bike Garden can be sent to:

Lee Lankford-Woo, associate project coordinator, Economic Prosperity and Housing, lee.lankford-woo@cityofvancouver.us.

Report issues

To report a concern, please use the City’s service request form.

Future of The Heights

The Heights Bike Garden is a temporary recreation space available for community use until the Tower Mall site is redeveloped into a new mixed-use neighborhood with housing, shops and restaurants as part of Vancouver’s Heights District plan.