You are being contacted because of your participation in the Chief Peguis Trail Extension West project.
An administrative report outlining recommendations for the Chief Peguis Trail Extension West has been developed. The report will be presented at a meeting of the Standing Policy Committee on Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works (SPC-IRPW) on May 28, 2019. An executive summary of the project report, updated design drawings, and report on property requirements are now available under the documents tab on the project website.
As part of the decision-making and report review process, there is an opportunity for members of the public to appear as delegations at the SPC-IRPW meeting. The meeting agenda is now available online.
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Building public engagement is part of building a stronger democracy, stronger communities, and a stronger Winnipeg.
The draft Engage Winnipeg Policy is one of the outcomes of your candid feedback provided over the past several years on how the City can improve engagement. The City is requesting your input to continue to build a strong foundation for engagement and build engagement for all Winnipeggers.
You’re invited to attend a workshop and participate online to provide feedback.
Participate online You can tell us about your experiences and the engagement challenges you have noticed through an online survey, available until June 9, 2019. Show support for other ideas and participate in the online discussion to propose solutions.
After we gather your feedback, we will recommend a policy for Council approval and develop a plan for an engagement framework. We will be meeting with groups and communities throughout the development of the framework to learn how public engagement can better meet their needs.