Neighbourhoodreconstruction rehabilitates residential roads, replaces street lights, sidewalks, curbs and gutters and adds missing sidewalk links where possible. Other opportunities to improve how people walk, bike, drive and gather in the neighbourhood and how they enjoy City-owned parks and open spaces are also explored.
A series of public events will be scheduled by the project team which will give residents the opportunity to build a project vision and guiding principles together and provide regular feedback on the different stages of the project including design.
Cost sharing opportunities will be made available through the local improvement process for sidewalk reconstruction and decorative street light upgrades in the neighbourhood. Arterial roads and alleys are not included in the scope of work.
The Building Great Neighbourhoods project team are genuinely interested guests, stepping into your neighbourhood like a visitor in your home. We want to learn and appreciate how you live and what you value in your community. Through public engagement we will gain an understanding about what you need and value in your neighbourhood.
We seek to involve you in decision-making to shape the vision for engagement and neighbourhood improvements. Working together, we can make the most out of your neighbourhood.
How to Get Involved
We have created a road map to help you understand the steps of the renewal process and how you can participate. At each step we will tell you what the purpose is and how your input will inform the decisions being made. We commit to report back on how we used your input.
The Concept phase is when we need to hear from you the most! We need your help to co-create a vision and guiding principles, explore opportunities, and explore options and tradeoffs. These are the most important pieces of feedback needed for the project and your feedback will be considered as we create a draft design to best meet all the neighbourhoods needs.
During the Design phase, we want your input on the refined designs for the collector. Your feedback will be incorporated into the final design, alongside technical requirements and City policies. These designs were created from the vision and guiding principles we co-created together. You shared your input, we incorporated your feedback, now we build!
During the Build phase, we want to hear your concerns about how construction may affect you or your private property.
Thank you to everyone who engaged with us during the Exploring Opportunities stage of neighbourhood renewal. The online survey closed on April 23, 2021. The feedback you provide will be used to shape the renewal design for streets and public open spaces in the Boyle Street and McCauley neighbourhoods.
Stay tuned! We will be reaching out to you in summer 2021 when we enter the Exploring Options and Tradeoffs stage of neighbourhood renewal.
Thank you to everyone who shared their local knowledge, experiences and ideas for improvements during our Build a Project Vision Together Design stage of Boyle Street and McCauley’s neighbourhood renewal.
The online survey closed on January 4, 2021 and we appreciate everyone who took the time to participate. Input gathered will be used to confirm the vision and guiding principles for project decision making and provide direction and focus for design opportunities.
What we heard themes will be reviewed and considered along with technical findings and policy direction to focus on unique areas of opportunity within the 2 neighbourhoods. We will explore these areas and seek further public input during the Exploring Opportunities phase in early 2021.