This panel presentation will share the experience of developing the first multi-jurisdictional sea level rise strategy in Metro Vancouver and possibly in BC. Located on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish First Nations, the North Shore region of Metro Vancouver extends over 65 km of Salish Sea shoreline. Sea level rise is a significant concern, as coastal land uses include port, industrial and commercial, critical transportation and power infrastructure, high-density mixed-use and single-family residential, park, and sensitive ecosystems. The session will explain how the District of North Vancouver, City of North Vancouver, District of West Vancouver, North Shore Emergency Management, Port of Vancouver, and Squamish Nation collaborated to develop the award-winning North Shore Sea Level Rise Risk Assessment and Adaptive Management Strategy (2021). Panellists will review the project’s process, explain how partners worked across jurisdictions, what the technical analysis revealed, the communications and engagement tactics used, and lessons learned. Attendees will learn how the strategy is being implemented with a new Coastal Development Permit Area in West Vancouver.