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Calgary West: TransCanada Corridor Study - How to Get Involved

 
There are several ways you can get involved in the discussion about the future of the West Trans-Canada Corridor lands. Your thoughts for the site will be considered by our staff and summarized for the developers, the Calgary Planning Commission and City Council. Ultimately, The City has to weigh many different things when deciding what to allow on a property and public input is an important piece.

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Public engagement

  1. Survey: An online survey collected input from the public about the TransCanada West Corridor. The survey was available for several months and closed on December 23. A summary of the results is now available.
  2. Open Houses, Walking Tours and Meetings: We’ve hosted a number of walking tours, public meetings and open houses. A public information session was held at the Valley Ridge Golf Club on Wednesday, June 18 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Of the 404 attendees at our June 18 open house, 114 filled out feedback forms, and the feedback received is summarized in this report. A public information session with updates regarding the three development proposals for this site was held on November 26, 2013. Please read our open house boards for more information about what was discussed at this meeting. In addition, an initial public information session was held on March 27, 2013. Please read our open house boards for more information about what was discussed at that meeting.

Background

City staff have engaged community residents and other stakeholders in a number of ways about the future of the West Trans-Canada Corridor Lands including an online survey, open houses, walking tours and meetings. We’ve summarized the feedback we’ve received to date as well as our responses in a public engagement summary report. The input we’ve received will help inform the recommendations City staff make for this area, where possible. All input received will be documented in The City’s report to the Calgary Planning Commission and City Council. More than 300 hundred interested residents have been involved in the public engagement process to date.