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City of Winnipeg - Public Engagement News

Ongoing Opportunities for Engagement with the City of Winnipeg

Be part of developing a plan for Transit for the next 25 years

Get involved and provide your feedback on how you use transit, what is and what’s not working for you in our current system, and what’s important to you in our future transit system.

  • Share your thoughts online
  • Attend a pop-up or open house. Details here
  • Sign up for updates by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Visit winnipeg.ca/transitmasterplan for more information. Feedback is being collected from March 15 to April 20. 

Southwest Transitway Route Planning

Winnipeg Transit is proposing improved bus routes in southwest Winnipeg to coincide with the opening of the Southwest Transitway (Stage 2) in spring 2020, subject to Council approval. 

You can participate online by reviewing the information about the proposed routes and taking a short survey
The Ideas in Motion bus popped up in communities throughout southwest Winnipeg in early April. Thank you to those who joined us on the bus to learn about proposed routes and provide feedback. 

Learn more at winnipeg.ca/southwestrapidtransitway. Feedback is being collected from March 15 to April 15. 

Accessible On-Street Parking pilot program and survey 

The Winnipeg Parking Authority is holding a pilot program and stakeholder survey to identify on-street parking barriers faced by motorists with accessibility requirements.

The City of Winnipeg is interested in learning more about on-street parking barriers faced by motorists with accessibility requirements. If you are a Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD) parking permit holder, please take five minutes to complete a survey on paid parking needs. Your feedback will assist in determining accessible on-street parking needs in the downtown and the development of a long-term plan to address on-street parking needs. The project team will be collecting feedback until May 31, 2019.

For more information, please visit winnipeg.ca/accessibleparkingpilot

Engagement Updates

Offleash Dog Areas Master Plan

As called for in the Off Leash Dog Areas Master Plan, the City has developed a new site selection process and procedure for community groups and individuals who want to request a new off-leash dog area. The procedures will help the City to be more consistent, effective, and efficient when reviewing applications and selecting new off-leash areas. The report was received as information at the Standing Policy Committee on Protection, Community Services and Parks (SPC-PCS) meeting on Thursday, April 4, 2019.
 
For more information, visit winnipeg.ca/offleashareas

Athletic Field Review

The final Athletic Field Review document and Open House Feedback Summary report are available for review on the project website, winnipeg.ca/athleticfieldreview.
 
Once approved by Council, the Athletic Field Review will provide a point of reference for the City and help guide how athletic fields are allocated and managed in the future. Implementation and refinement of the recommendations outlined in the Athletic Field Review will be a collaborative effort between the City, stakeholders and athletic field users.

   

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Good afternoon,

 

You a receiving this email because you requested updates related to the Off Leash Dog Areas Master Plan.  As called for in the Off Leash Dog Areas Master Plan, the City has developed a new site selection process and procedure for community groups and individuals who want to request a new off leash dog area.  Once adopted, the procedures will help us be more consistent, effective, and efficient when reviewing applications and selecting new off-leash areas.


That report will be received as information at the Standing Policy Committee on Protection, Community Services and Parks (SPC-PCS) meeting on Thursday, April 4, 2019.

Thank  you  to  all  Winnipeggers  who  participated  in  the  Off Leash Dog Areas Master Plan  process.  The Off-Leash Dog Areas Master Plan (OLAMP) and other recommendations around off-leash areas were approved by Council on July 19, 2018.

 

As part of the decision-making and report review process, there is an opportunity for members of the public to appear as a delegation at the SPC-PCS meeting when the report is brought forward. The meeting agenda is now available online.

 

 

For more project information, please visit winnipeg.ca/offleashareas.

 

 

 

 

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Not only is the R.M. allowing the North Quarry being filled in with material, they are dumping waste water (and whatever is in that) into the quarry as well.

Watch out all. There is a pile of shingles, nails and other garbage material dumped in the west parking lot. The City's parks dept. has been contacted about this. Thanks to Suzanne DiLazzaro for sending me this today.

 

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Get involved in 2019

Happy new year! We are looking forward to another year of dialogue in 2019.
Do you have a resolution to get more involved in your community? Here are a few ways to contribute:

Get informed and share

Learn about what's happening in your community and discuss with your family, friends, and neighbours.
Getting informed is the first step. The City has a new Our City Our Stories page (winnipeg.ca/ourstories) to let you know what's happening in Winnipeg.

If you are engaged in city issues, encourage others to do the same! By discussing the issues that you care about, others may want to get involved too. You could forward thepublic engagement newsletter sign up to someone right now.

Appear as a delegation

Did you know that anyone can appear as a delegation? This is the formal part of the decision making process where a member of the public can speak to decision makers directly and state their support or opposition for a matter on the meeting's agenda. More information here: winnipeg.ca/delegation

Join a board or commission

There are over 50 boards and commissions, ranging from housing to parks. Every September, the City Clerk's Department initiates an annual selection process to fill citizen member positions to Boards and Commissions. The Board of Adjustment and Human Rights Committee of Council are accepting applications right now. Learn more here: https://winnipeg.ca/clerks/boards/citizenappointments/default.stm

Engagement Updates

Bridgwater Pathway Lighting

The City reached out to households in the Bridgwater neighbourhood by mail in late October 2018 to gather input on support and opposition of pedestrian lighting along several public pathways in the Bridgwater neighbourhood (called 'visitable pathways') through a survey.

The public engagement summary from the Bridgwater neighbourhood pathway lighting survey is now available. The results will be considered by the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage and Downtown Development (SPC-PD) on January 7, 2019.

For more information, visit winnipeg.ca/bridgwaterlighting.

North District Police Station

In response to stakeholder and public engagement activities that showed a significant number of residents and organized community groups were not in support of a North District Police Station being built at the Old Exhibition Grounds, the City is seeking proposals for an alternative site for the station. A Request for Proposals (RFP) has been issued to seek private land options for the station.

Shortlisted proposals will be evaluated to determine a recommended site. The recommended preferred development site will require Council review. As part of the decision-making process, there will be opportunities for members of the public toappear as a delegation before committees and Council. Notification of these opportunities will be provided to those on the project email list with as much notice as possible

For more information, visit winnipeg.ca/northdistrictstation.

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Sage (while waiting for Santa to arrive), want's to wish a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone from LMP.

 

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Thank you for engaging in 2018!

Thank you to all those who participated. Your willingness to contribute your time, energy, and knowledge gave 2018 projects the community context and varied perspectives needed for improved decision making.

2018 Highlights

2018 Engagement Stats

  • Over 40 projects asked for public input
  • 30 surveys with over 17,500 respondents
  • 70 in-person events with over 2,700 participants
  • 25 biweekly public engagement newsletters
Have a safe and happy holiday season and we hope you participate again in 2019!

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The City has removed the banded trees from the trails.