The public engagement process for the Crowchild Trail Study continues to roll right along. You may recall public open houses held in June where over 300 Calgarians who reside along the Crowchild Trail corridor participated. The input provided at those sessions and through online engagement opportunities helped shape the draft project goals which can be viewed here.
The project team will be hosting additional drop in sessions to present the project goals to the public:
Saturday, September 26th, Sunalta School from 10am-1pm
Monday, September 28th, Kensington Legion from 5pm -8pm
The estblishment of the project goals will mark the end of phase two in a six phase study. Phase three, Concept Identification, will begin in October with stakeholder meetings as well as Public Idea Workshops:
Saturday November 7th, Sunalta School from 9:30am-12:00pm
Monday November 9th at the Best Western Village Park Inn from 6pm until 8:30pm.
The City's project team is also planning on attending several community association AGMs this fall to present to community members. We encourage you to attend those meetings to learn more about the project. Contact your community association to find out if the project team will be presenting in your community.
Additional public input will be gathered throughout the process, especially when the project starts to zero in on specific changes along the Crowchild corridor. If you want to receive project updates please sign up here.
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