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Project Update - September 2018

Thank you to everyone who braved the weather on September 15, 2018 to share feedback on the options presented at the Central McDougall - Renewing Local Infrastructure Drop-In event.

If you were unable to attend the September 15 event, review the project information and display boards below and take our survey to share your feedback on the infrastructure options presented until October 2, 2018.

The display boards at this event introduced options for:

  • Bike routes and infrastructure
  • City-owned outdoor spaces, including parks
  • Commercial street renewal
  • Residential street renewal
  • Traffic measures that reduce speeding and shortcutting through neighbourhoods

Your feedback is important, and the input you contribute will help shape the changes coming to Central McDougall.

Watch for the next public engagement event in November where we will share the preliminary plans for your neighbourhood.

Meeting Materials:

Bike Routes and Infrastructure

Central McDougall Project Information

City-Owned Outdoor Spaces, including Parks

Commercial Street Renewal

Local Improvements

Residential Street Renewal

Traffic Calming

Fact Sheet

Have Your Say

Public input into the different options for Central McDougall’s Neighbourhood Renewal will help the City develop preliminary plans for the neighbourhood. These plans will be available for viewing and survey input will be gathered until October 2.

Take the Survey

About the Program

Central McDougall has been chosen for reconstruction beginning in spring 2019 with completion expected for 2020.

Neighbourhood reconstruction is a type of neighbourhood renewal that involves road reconstruction and repaving, as well as replacement of streetlights and reconstruction of sidewalks, curb and gutter. Alley renewal is not part of neighbourhood reconstruction. It also includes the opportunity for two local improvements, sidewalk renewal and decorative streetlights.

Central McDougall Neighbourhood Renewal

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Project History

Project Update and What We Heard Report (Phase II)

In April 2018, the City invited people to attend one of two identical workshops and participate in an online or hard copy survey. The What We Heard report shares the results of Phase II of the City’s public engagement efforts held in April.

Participants were asked to share ideas to refine a project vision and set of important elements to guide the City’s work in the neighbourhood. They were also asked to share advice about the neighbourhood. 54 people participated in the public engagement activities.

Further to the public engagement, the project team visited the Central McDougall numerous times in May and June to examine the neighbourhood and the areas that were identified for potential improvements. The City will engage further with the public in the summer/fall to collect additional thoughts and suggestions. You can sign up to receive notifications of when opportunities for engagement are made available.

Public Workshops - April 2018

Building Great Neighbourhoods held two Vision and Priorities Public Workshops to confirm the project vision and important elements that will set the direction for the Central McDougall neighbourhood renewal.

This was an opportunity to help us understand how you move, connect and enjoy the neighbourhood.

Display Boards

Stakeholder Outreach Workshop - March 8, 2018

Businesses and organizations in Central McDougall were invited to a stakeholder workshop to learn more about the Central McDougall neighbourhood renewal. This was a facilitated workshop to provide the initial opportunity for ideas for what the community, as a whole, is hoping the renewal work will achieve. Themes from this session will be presented at the public meeting in April.

Workshop Presentation

For More Information

Cathy Dytiuk

Project Management, Planning and Design
Building Great Neighbourhoods
Integrated Infrastructure Services




Building Great Neighbourhoods

All additional inquiries or escalations can be directed to the Building Great Neighbourhoods team, or by calling 311.


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