Walkerville Districting Plan Enters Second Phase with Community Engagement Survey
Thursday, May 7, 2020
City of Windsor website
Following up on the visioning workshop held in 2019, the City of Windsor and consultant BrookMcIlroy are now engaging the community for additional feedback on a new districting plan for Walkerville.
How do you want to see Walkerville evolve? What makes Walkerville a special place? How can Walkerville be more comfortable, beautiful, welcoming and inclusive?
As part of the second phase of the project, a new community engagement survey provides opportunities for more detailed feedback on ten Initiatives, Improvements, Projects, and Opportunities (IIPOs) that emerged as a result of the visioning workshop.
- Riverfront Park & Pathway Connection
- Railspur Linear Park
- Devonshire/Riverside Gateway Parklet
- Devonshire/Assumption Urban Square
- Argyle & Monmouth Flexible Streets
- Hiram Walker Alleyway Pilot
- Riverside Drive Rebalance
- Wyandotte East Gateway
- Historic Walkerville Program
- Walkerville Wayfinding Program
Depending on the level of detail you would like to provide, the survey should take between 10 to 25 minutes to complete. The survey will be active until June 10, 2020. Your participation is greatly appreciated!
To learn more, contact 311 or visit www.windsordistricting.ca.