Punjabi - ਰੰਡਲ ਸਟੇਸ਼ਨ ਏਰੀਆ ਬਾਰੇ ਆਪਣੀ ਰਾਏ ਦਿਓ। ਇਸ ਨੋਟਿਸ ਵਿੱਚ ਅਜਿਹੀ ਜਾਕਾਰੀ ਸ਼ਾਮਲ ਹੈ ਜਿਹੜੀ ਤੁਹਾਡੇ ਨਾਲ ਸੰਬੰਧਤ ਹੈ। ਕਿਸੇ ਕੋਲੋਂ ਇਸ ਦਾ ਅਨੁਵਾਦ ਕਰਵਾ ਲਓ।

Tagalog - Iparinig ang iyong boses tungkol sa hinaharap ng lugar ng Rundle Station. Ang paunawang ito ay may nilalamang impormasyon na may kinalaman sa iyo. Mangyaring hilingin sa iba na isalin ito para sa iyo.

Mandarin (simplified Chinese) - 请对 Rundle 车站地区的未来发展提出您的看法。本通知含有与您相关的信息。请找人翻译。

Cantonese (traditional Chinese) - 請對 Rundle 車站地區的未來發展提出您的看法。本通知含有與您相關的資訊。請找人翻譯。

Arabic - قل كلمتك بشأن مستقبل منطقة محطة روندل. هذا الإشعار يحتوي على معلومات تهمك. يُرجى أن تطلب من أحد الأشخاص أن يترجمها لك

ABOUT THE PROJECT

The City of Calgary is developing a Master Plan for the area around the Rundle LRT Station. The Rundle Station Master Plan will outline a vision for the area and guide future development. We want to hear from you about what makes the Rundle Station area great and what you would like to see in the future.

A Master Plan is a document that directs how an area may change over time.

The Master Plan for the Rundle Station area will:

  • Outline a shared vision for the future of the area.
  • Identify the locations and types of future redevelopment opportunities.
  • Outline improvements and policies to ensure that redevelopment aligns with the vision.

STUDY AREA MAP

Rundle Station Master Plan Study Area

Based on the input we heard during December 2016 events, the project team has expanded the Study Area to include more of the Rundle community. This will allow the Master Plan to consider a broader area for potential improvements and to increase opportunities for new connections from the Rundle station to existing pathways and green spaces.

COMMON QUESTIONS

What is a Master Plan?

A Master Plan may identify projects for improving the study area and provides guidance to developers and The City for future building projects. It also establishes a long term, shared vision for the area to guide future development. The plan will provide direction for City staff, landowners, developers and community members to make decisions on development permits and applications to ensure they align to the common vision for the area.

Why do we need a Master Plan?

The master planning process for Rundle Station would align to The City’s goal of creating transit-oriented communities as set out by the Municipal Development Plan. It would also ensure that future developments in the area would be aligned to the common vision for the Rundle Station area, as identified by community residents, landowners and other key partners.

What is involved in the process to develop a Master Plan?

The master planning process is highly collaborative, where input and feedback from community members, land owners and developers will shape the final document. The City will engage with the public, analyze feedback and develop a draft Master Plan. The draft plan will then be shared with the public, where additional input will then be gathered. After the plan is finalized, City staff will prepare a recommendation for Council and Council will vote on the plan.

What is the Rundle Station area?

The Rundle Station area is the area that will be looked at in the Rundle Station Master Plan. It includes the area that is within a 10 minute walk of the Rundle LRT Station. A map showing the study area marked with a red line is available here.


PROVIDE YOUR INPUT

Thank you for your input. This feedback opportunity is now closed.

Between now and the end of April, The City will be developing a draft Master Plan, using the public input we received during the engagement process. In May, we'll be in the community again to share the draft Master Plan and get your comments.


Activity 1

MAP YOUR IDEAS

How would you make the experience around the Rundle Station more comfortable, safe and pleasant? Think about:

  • Safety
  • Pathways and connections
  • Sidewalks and signage
  • Outdoor spaces, parks and playgrounds

If you have an idea for how to improve the area, click the red bar below and then click within the study area outlined by red on the map to drop a pin and make your comment.


After completing Activity 1 please click on the next tab for Activity 2.

Activity 2

The City is developing guidelines that will help evaluate building applications over the next 10 - 20 years. These guidelines will help define boundaries for height and use, how they transition, and how the properties meet the street.

Some building types which could be considered for different blocks are illustrated below, please provide your input.


Please specify which option(s) you are referring to in your comments (A, B or C).

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Please specify which option(s) you are referring to in your comments (A, B, C or D).

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Sunridge Professional Centre

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After clicking submit to complete Activity 2 please click on the next tab for Activity 3.

Activity 3

PARKING, RETAIL AND STEPBACKS

We'd like to hear your thoughts about parking, retail and stepbacks on 36 Street. Please see the images and explanations below and select your preference for each question.

For images of the areas referred to please click 36 Street East and 36 Street West.


36 Street West

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A stepback is when an upper storey is set or stepped back from a lower storey at a specified height.

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36 Street East

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A stepback is when an upper storey is set or stepped back from a lower storey at a specified height.

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Activity 4

IMAGINE THE FUTURE

Imagine that anything is possible. Think about what the Rundle Station area could look like in 25 years or more.


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