GET INVOLVED!

YOU ARE THE EXPERTS, WE ARE THE TECHNICIANS

You live and work in the area, you play at the parks and shop along the corridor, you travel to and from work or school – you know the area best!  We need your ideas to shape the plan.  From casual conversations to group discussions, we want to hear from you.  We are here to listen to your ideas and work out the details of how the area can improve over time.  You are the resident experts and we are your planning technicians – together we will create a plan that will withstand the test of time and set forth a course for future improvement and action.

How can you get involved?

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Attend an upcoming event

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Tell us your thoughts + ideas

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Take the Draft Plan survey

Coming Up:

 

Public Presentation of Final Action Plan

Once your feedback on the Draft Action Plan has been incorporated, we'll be presenting the final document at a public meeting - Stay tuned!

Past Events:

Virtual Charrette | April to June

The virtual charrette included two online surveys which provided the Towns with valuable input that helped shape the development of the Draft Action Plan

Work-in-Progress Survey

Participants provided feedback on the preliminary design ideas and streetscape improvements.

Interactive Map Survey

Participants identified locations within the study area where pedestrian and bicyclist improvements were desired. 

Check here for input summaries and other past event highlights

Charrette Week | April 2-7th

This week was full of great events and opportunities for public engagement and feedback. Check out the Charrette Newsfeed for event highlights and to see the progress made on the development of plan concepts and recommendations.  

Kick-Off Meeting | March 15th

This kick-off meeting provided participants an opportunity to learn more about the upcoming planning process, meet the planning team, and share their goals and priorities for Willow Ridge, Parkview, and Niagara Falls Boulevard. Please click HERE to view the presentation or watch the recording of the meeting below!

 
 
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