About Ian

Ian Robertson was first elected to the Vancouver Park Board in 2005, and served as Chair in 2007 and Vice Chair in 2006 and 2008. Ian has advocated strongly for improved sports facilities with particular emphasis on increasing the number of artificial turf fields in Vancouver. He led motions to build two new artificial turf fields at Trillium Park, a new artificial turf field at Van Tech High School and new artificial turf at Andy Livingstone Park.

While serving as Chair, he provided leadership and direction in developing the restoration plan for Stanley Park after the 2006 wind storm.

Ian has been a strong advocate for increasing the pace of redeveloping Vancouver’s aging community centre infrastructure, and is working hard to ensure that several centres that deserve redevelopment are included in future Capital Plans.


Ian being accepted in the BC Little League Honoroll

A resident of Vancouver for over 20 years, Ian has a strong record of community service and advocacy. He is a former President of the Parents Advisory Council for Southlands Elementary School, served four years as President of Dunbar Little League and is a past volunteer of the Dunbar Neighborhood Patrol.

In July 2008 Ian was inducted into the Little League of BC Honour Roll in recognition for distinguished service to the little league program in BC. Recently Ian was recognized by BCIT with a Distinguished Alumni Award for Public Service and Service to the Community for his contributions as Park Commissioner and his work in community sports. To learn more about Ian’s award and to view a video produced by the BCIT Alumni Association, click here (and scroll down).

Young Ian explores Vancouver

Ian and his wife Pam live in the Dunbar neighbourhood and are the proud parents of two teenage boys.