Good. Click here to learn more. But showing up bright and orange is the Burnaby Heights, from Albert Street south to Douglas Road. Opinion: My stomach turns seeing young people not social distancing, Opinion: How to ease a child's fears about COVID-19, Casinos compliant despite fear of losing VIP gamblers, says lawyer. Night or day, it's a very safe place.
I feel safe walking in most areas. Inserted below is a heat map that highlights the areas with the highest and lowest “density” of crime in Burnaby. Have someone collect your mail and newspapers so they don’t pile up outside your door. Look at the outside of your house from the street.
Thorny bushes may make sense closer to the windows to deter entry. The Burnaby crime heat map offers insight into the total crimes on a neighbourhood level.

Based on the color coded legend above, the crime map outlines the areas with lower crime compared to the areas with higher crime. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to highest since early April, Lambert Chu retiring as Burnaby's top bureaucrat, TransLink will be the first in North America to test 'copper coating' on high-touch transit surfaces, Burnaby actors take on Julius Caesar in radio play format, Pandemic mental health crisis calls up, suicides down, Canada-wide recall: This video doorbell poses 'fire and burn hazards', Approved construction in Burnaby cracks $1-billion mark, RCMP must respond to spying allegations: lawsuit. Ensure your outside doors and frames are made of solid steel or solid core wood.

Extremely safe.
Inserted below is a heat map that highlights the areas with the highest and lowest “density” of crime in Burnaby. Excellent. The neighbourhoods with the lowest density of crimes on the heat map are roughly Forest Grove and the southern part of UniverCity on Burnaby Mountain. : This data reflects 2018 and was released from. Something to think about. It’s awesome, Two Burnaby pharmacies hit by COVID-19 exposures, Grocery service charging Burnaby customers delivery fees for the first time, (Video) Firefighters battle blaze at Burnaby religious temple, Letter: Burnaby school should have been closed for COVID contact tracing, COVID-19 exposures spread to three more Burnaby schools, Parents at Burnaby’s biggest high school get fifth COVID-19 exposure notice, Port Coquitlam Costco worker tests positive for COVID-19 amid shroud of secrecy, Burnaby school’s parents told of COVID-19 case 8 days after exposure, Don't panic: Burnaby-New Westminster forecast calls for chance of snowfall, Arson destroys parade float at Burnaby Sikh temple, Five patients infected in Burnaby Hospital COVID-19 outbreak, This Burnaby chef came oh-so-close to winning a Food Network show, B.C. As for break-and-enters, the map shows there are more businesses broken into than residences. Estimates include demographic data such as, but not limited to: home prices, median household income and population density. The worst spot in Burnaby for these types of crimes continues to be Kingsway in the Metrotown area, roughly from Patterson to Royal Oak. The Burnaby crime heat map offers insight into the total crimes on a neighbourhood level. You can, Opinion: Burnaby adds humps to stop ‘crazy drag racers’ in luxury cars. According to the heat map, the Metrotown area is marked in the darkest shade of red, meaning the highest density of crimes. The next most predominant crimes are auto thefts. Poor. The Burnaby RCMP Crime Prevention Unit has issued its crime reduction bulletin for August and it highlights where crime is and isn’t hitting in the city. The latest crime data for the end of 2019 is out and it includes a heat map showing the latest hot spots for such crimes as break and enters, theft from autos and vehicle thefts.