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Community Association Feedback Form

A new development has been proposed in your community. Please take time to review the development information that was sent to your community association and fill out the automated Community Association Feedback Form (CAFF), formerly called the Community Context Questionnaire. This automated form will be sent directly to the file manager associated with the development application.

CAFF is the way we learn about impacts that developments may have in our communities. Community associations are asked for feedback early in the development permit process so your input can be discussed with the applicant proposing the development and considered by City staff as we review the development permit.

Please provide your community association perspective and respond to the following questions.


NOTE: Fields marked with * are mandatory.
File number *

Name(s) of Planning Representative(s) who completed this form *

Community Association *

Date returned *
Select a date from the calendar.
I commit to the Planning System core values: innovation, collaboration, transparency, accountability, trust, and responsibility. *
What are the strengths and challenges of the proposed development?

Are there changes that could be made to the proposed development to make it more compatible or beneficial to the area?

The use (if identified – not applicable for single-detached houses, semi-detached dwellings or duplexes)
You may wish to consider height, privacy, parking, vehicle or pedestrian access and landscaping as you respond to these questions.

The site design
You may wish to consider height, privacy, parking, vehicle or pedestrian access and landscaping as you respond to these questions.

The building design
You may wish to consider height, privacy, parking, vehicle or pedestrian access and landscaping as you respond to these questions.

Has the applicant discussed the development permit application with the Community Association?
If yes, what information was provided?

Please provide any additional comments or concerns regarding the proposed development.