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Good afternoon,

Thank you for providing feedback on the City of Winnipeg’s Off Leash Dog Areas Master Plan (OLAMP). In the final round of engagement, 267 people completed an online survey to provide input on the draft plan. An update on how input affected the final plan is now available on the project page.<http://winnipeg.ca/PPD/PublicEngagement/OffLeashAreas/default.stm>
The OLAMP will act as a reference guide for the public to provide clear policy and processes that illustrate how Winnipeg's Off-leash Areas (OLAs) are sited and established, while also providing various City departments with guidance for the planning, design, management, and evaluation of current and future OLAs.
An administrative report<http://clkapps.winnipeg.ca/dmis/ViewDoc.asp?DocId=17184&SectionId=&InitUrl=> outlining the results of the public engagement process and the Off-Leash Dog Areas Master Plan (OLAMP) is now available.  The report will be presented to Standing Policy Committee on Protection, Community Services, and Parks on July 3, 2018. The recommendations in the report will be subject to Council approval. Should you want to register as a delegation<http://winnipeg.ca/clerks/council/delegation.stm>, please contact City Clerk’s<http://winnipeg.ca/shared/mailforms/city/contact.asp?Recipient=CityClerks>.
To learn more about the Off Leash Dog Areas Master Plan, please visit winnipeg.ca/offleashareas<http://winnipeg.ca/PPD/PublicEngagement/OffLeashAreas/default.stm#tab-engage>.

What a fantastic group of people! Still fighting for the park.

 

A CALL TO ACTION

 

OURS-Winnipeg requests YOU to TAKE ACTION NOW to help make green space an issue in the 2018 civic election.

 

Every voice counts and your voice will help raise the profile of green space issues.

 

OURS-Winnipeg has identified the following priority green space issues:

 

The City of Winnipeg needs to develop an urban vision by enacting a Master Plan for Green Space that reflects the intrinsic cultural, economic and ecological value of our natural assets and that includes:

  1. An Urban River Corridor Plan that includes all rivers and streams
  2. An Urban Parks and Natural Areas Plan
  3. A Comprehensive Urban Forest Management Plan

 

Please spread the message of this "Call to Action" with your friends and neighbours by circulating the attached email.

 

"If not now, when?"

"If not you, who?"

 

Let OURS-Winnipeg know what you have decided to do as part of this collective action.

Our next email will outline your inspiring actions.

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR - All Candidate Mayoralty Forum – October 9 at 7pm co-sponsored by OURS-Winnipeg at 603 Wellington Crescent. Moderated by Mary Agnes Welsh.

 

The OURS-Winnipeg 2018 Election Webpage provides links and templates to help you take specific action now.  You will find a Poster for sharing, a sample letter to send to your candidates, questions to ask candidates, Forum information and more.

 

See OURS-Winnipeg Facebook and Twitter for current issues, events and solutions.

 

Pam Lucenkiw

Ron Mazur

Co-Chairs

OURS-Winnipeg

OURS-Winnipeg is sending this Action Report to you from notes taken at the "Greenspace Matters " Action Forum held on June 21, 2018 which was held in response to recommendations from the OURS "Greenspace Matters - Make It An Election Issue " forum of May 17, 2018.

 

Please read the attached Greenspace Action Report and take some specific action to make Greenspace an issue in the City of Winnipeg 2018 election.

The city election will be held on October 24, 2018.

 

Key Messages:

*Winnipeg needs a Master Plan for Greenspace

*Greenspace provides health benefits

*Greenspace improves liveability

*Greenspace helps mitigate impacts of climate change

 

OURS-Winnipeg asks that you take some specific action(s) to help make green space an issue during the 2018 City of Winnipeg election.

We all need to know where candidates for Mayor and Council stand!

Candidate list can be found at http://www.winnipeg.ca/clerks/election/election2018/RegisteredCandidates.stm

 

The attached OURS 2018 Greenspace Action Report presents recommendations that will make a difference in the election.

Recommendations for action are grouped for individuals, partners, and OURS -Winnipeg.

 

Please let us know what specific action steps you will take.

Let us know if you require assistance from OURS.

 

Acting together, we can make a difference to the debate during the City of Winnipeg 2018 election.

Acting together, greenspace will be an election issue.

 

Let us know what you will do by contacting OURS-Winnipeg at www.ours-winnipeg.com

 

Sincerely looking forward to hearing from you,

 

Pam Lucenkiw

Ron Mazur

Co-chairs, OURS-Winnipeg

 

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City of Winnipeg - Public Engagement News

New Opportunities for Engagement with the City of Winnipeg

You’re invited to view community-driven design plans for new Arlington Bridge

We invite you to join us at our public information session to learn more about the project, meet project team members, and see how input was considered by the project team as part of designing a new bridge.
 
Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018
Time: 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Location: North Centennial Recreation and Leisure Centre, 90 Sinclair St.
Format: Drop in with presentation at 6 p.m.
   
Watch our project videos to learn more about what we heard and how your input was used in the proposed bridge design. Complete a short survey to provide feedback on your experience with the Better Bridge for Arlington project.
 
For more information, please visit winnipeg.ca/betterarlington

Workshop on the redevelopment of Sister MacNamara Park

You’re invited to attend a public workshop on February 5 to provide feedback on redeveloping the site of a decommissioned wading pool in Sister MacNamara Park. 
   
Date: Monday, February 5, 2018
Time: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Location: Pinkham School, 765 Pacific Ave.
Format: Brief presentation at 6 p.m., followed by table discussions
   
Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP. For more information, please visitwinnipeg.ca/SisterMacNamaraPark.

Ongoing Opportunities for Engagement with the City of Winnipeg

Osborne to Downtown Walk Bike Bridge and Connections warming hut

Thank you to those who attended the workshop on January 25, submitted a postcard through a coffee shop box, or completed a survey. We are currently considering the input provided in the first phase of engagement.
   
Visit the Pontagon warming hut, designed by University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture students and placed on the Assiniboine River at the approximate location of the proposed Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge. The structure will provide an opportunity to think about the project and provide feedback for how you see this connection and others in the City bringing people together.
   
For more information, please visit winnipeg.ca/walkbikeprojects.

Adjustable bike lane curbs pilot

The City installed adjustable bike lane curbs in two locations to test installation methods, monitor maintenance, and assess the comfort level of users. For more information, to fill out a survey or to view a map of the changes online, please visitwinnipeg.ca/walkbikeprojects and select an adjustable bike lane curbs project. The survey will be open for the duration of the pilot project.

Engagement Updates   

Pembina Highway speed limit review

Thank you to those who attended the information session on November 30, 2017 and completed an online survey. There were approximately 35 community members in attendance at the event and approximately 600 surveys were completed in total (online and in-person). The survey was open from November 16, 2017 to December 7, 2017.
   
The public engagement summary is now available online. The public engagement summary was submitted as an administrative report for Standing Policy Committee on Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works (SPC-IRPW) consideration. SPC-IRPW approved the Public Service’s recommendation; the City will now apply to the Provincial Highway Traffic Board to change the speed limit.
   
For more information, please visit winnipeg.ca/Pembinaspeedlimit

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