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City Engagement Opportunities!

Engagement, Engagement, Engagement

It’s a busy time at the City for planning projects that benefit Calgary communities. Engagement is always an important part of planning any project and there are several engagements underway right now that may interest you.

North Central BRT Study: https://engage.calgary.ca/greenline/brtstudy

As Green Line leaves downtown and crosses the Bow River to 16 Avenue N in the first stage of construction, we know that communities to the north must connect to the transit network and that bus service will need to adapt to the new LRT line. The study will consider improvements from downtown along the existing Centre Street N and Harvest Hills Boulevard route to 160 Avenue N.

North Central Mobility Study: https://engage.calgary.ca/greenline/mobilitystudy

With the addition of the Green Line LRT and North Central BRT, Calgarians are going to move differently throughout Calgary. This study is being conducted to understand how travel patterns may change as a result of Green Line operations and BRT services on opening day and into the future. We will share our ideas on how to improve services for all transportation users and how to protect community liveability by reducing cut-through traffic. Your input will help shape the future of mobility in north central Calgary.

Plus 15 Wayfinding Improvements: https://engage.calgary.ca/plus15wayfinding

This Plus 15 network is well-used by people who live, work, and visit downtown, but it can be a confusing place to navigate. A clear wayfinding system will make it easier to use the Plus 15 network, attracting more people and creating a better overall experience. We are engaging with Calgarians to help us understand the key issues that a new Plus 15 wayfinding system should address.

Explore Your Street Survey: https://engage.calgary.ca/exploreyourstreet

The City of Calgary is collecting your input to help us understand how neighbourhood streets around the city are used by Calgarians walking, wheeling and taking transit. Share your experiences, observations, drawings and photos of how the streets in your community are used.

Foothills and McMahon Concept Plan: https://engage.calgary.ca/Foothills-McMahon

The City of Calgary, in partnership with the University of Calgary, is in the early stages of creating a Concept Plan for the City-owned Foothills Athletic Park and university-owned McMahon Stadium lands. The Concept Plan will provide a roadmap for the future development of the site that reflects the needs of its users and the community.

Balmoral Circus: https://engage.calgary.ca/BalmoralCircus

In fall 2020, as part of the Neighbourhood Streets North Hill Area project, a pilot park expansion at Balmoral Circus transformed the intersection at 2 Street and 19 Avenue N.W. We want to hear from you about design considerations for permanent changes to Balmoral Circus to help us create an attractive and meaningful community destination.

Hillhurst-Sunnyside Streetscape and Public Realm Improvements: https://engage.calgary.ca/kensingtonarea/hillhurstsunnysideimprovements

This project is part of the Established Areas Growth and Change Strategy, a program that provides funding to support public realm improvement projects in established communities where growth and change are happening. We are looking to make a series of community-level improvements within the communities of Hillhurst and Sunnyside

West Hillhurst Streetscape and Public Realm Improvements: https://engage.calgary.ca/kensingtonarea/westhillhurstimprovements

This project is also part of the Established Areas Growth and Change Strategy, a program that provides funding to support public realm improvement projects in established communities where growth and change are happening. Your feedback will help us create a list of potential area improvements that we will ask you to prioritize in our next phase of engagement.