Little Mountain Park Conservancy Group
Chief Peguis Trail Extension West
From Main Street to Brookside Boulevard
From 2014 to 2016, a Functional Design Study was conducted for the Chief Peguis Trail (CPT) Extension West. The intent of the study was to gain insight into the use and expectations for the CPT Extension West from Main Street to Brookside Boulevard. The CPT Extension West will be approximately 10 kilometers in length and will support economic development, create recreational opportunities, and support the completion of the Strategic Inner Ring Road to reduce traffic on neighborhood streets to make them more accommodating for public transit, walking and cycling.
A Preliminary Design Study is now being completed for the CPT Extension West.
The Preliminary Design Study will recommend a final design for the CPT Extension West from Main Street to Brookside Boulevard. The design will:
- Provide efficient traffic flow on CPT;
- Relieve traffic on neighbourhood streets;
- Provide connections to surrounding neighbourhoods;
- Include pedestrian and cycling infrastructure along the route and connections to community destinations;
- Include potential locations for public art; and,
- Limit the loss of higher quality natural areas.
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The intent of the public engagement process for the Preliminary Design Study is to provide information and collect local feedback to:
- Inform the community of the intended plans;
- Help plan pedestrian and cycling infrastructure and amenities;
- Help identify connections to community destinations;
- Ensure the project complements adjacent development;
- Address the requirements of the Environmental License; and,
- Meet with affected landowners and identify property requirements.
Public Information Session
Take a tour of the Chief Peguis Trail Extension West.
View the proposed design, speak with City representatives and project team members, provide your feedback and ask questions regarding the project.
Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Time: 4 p.m.- 7 p.m.
Location: Red River Community Centre, 293 Murray Avenue
Format : Drop-in
From 2014 to 2016, four public engagement events were held to collect feedback for the Chief Peguis Trail Extension West Functional Design Study. A public information session held on June 29, 2016 at Red River Community Centre had 244 people in attendance. An online survey closed on July 12, 2016 with 84 responses. Comments received through this public engagement process indicated a repeated desire for an uninterrupted flow of traffic and fewer traffic lights; this feedback was considered in the latest phase of the design. Read more about what was said during previous public engagement activities under the related links tab.
At the end of this study, a public engagement report will be shared on this website.
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Many thanks to my Unifor for their contribution of $200.00 to help with the printing costs of a new brochure we are making for our park.
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Darlene has provided us with our super new logo from her friend Rod Salm. Thanks so much for that.
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We are back with a new name but the same goal to protect the park! Our new name is the Little Mountain Park Conservancy Group Inc. and our web page can be seen at www.lmpcg.ca . I hope that everybody takes the time to have a look to see what we have been doing to try and safeguard your park from being over run by development
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