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Neighbourhood Streets - Current projects

To test the new Neighbourhood Streets policy, The City is onboarding a variety of projects to determine how the policy works in different applications. Each project and scope will have an individual timeline for engagement, implementation and evaluation on short-term and long-term plans to support the needs of the community.

Testing the pilot policy on projects allows us to:

  • Learn the best approach to collaborate for successful neighbourhood streets through conversations and installations
  • Provide inclusive engagement to determine community needs and shared decision making
  • Test how different tools can be applied by both citizens and The City to address community needs
  • Improve how we intake and prioritize future projects

Visit the project pages for the most up to date information.

What are the different scales of projects this policy is being tested on?

Multi-community

In partnership with multi-community planning activities in the North Hill, Heritage, and Westbrook planning areas, we will explore safety and liveability issues with area residents to identify short-term actions and longer-term strategies to address existing and emerging concerns.

Community-level

We will work with several communities that are not facing significant redevelopment pressure to develop community level plans including short-term actions at high-priority locations and longer-term strategies to improve safety and liveability over time.

Street/block

Using quick action tools, we will test solutions for local issues (at a corner or along a particular street) that will not broadly impact a community.

Is your street liveable?

Help us identify the street changes needed for better walking and wheeling. Share your ideas!

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