ABOUT THE PROJECT
The City of Calgary is developing a Master Plan for the Rundle Station area that 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 there in the future.
A Master Plan is a guiding document used as a reference for evaluating any future land use changes or development applications in the area.
- It will help guide future redevelopment within the area around the Rundle LRT Station.
- It identifies the locations and types of future development opportunities in the area.
- It helps create a common vision for the Rundle Station area.
- It outlines improvements and policies that ensure new development aligns with the vision.
PROJECT UPDATE - FEBRUARY 2017
In November and December 2016, we heard input from more than 200 people on the Rundle Station area. Through in-person and online activities, we were able to learn about what you liked about the Rundle Station area, concerns that you would like addressed and how you would like to be engaged in the future. A summary of What we Heard is now available for you to review. This document outlines an overview of the input we received, common themes that were raised and how the input will be included in upcoming engagement activities.
The project team is currently developing a plan that will build off of what we have learned so far and are planning an interactive session for March 4, 2017. The drop-in workshops will focus on three key areas about the Rundle Station area:
- Improvements to public outdoor spaces
- Opportunities for growth and development
- Long term vision
SIMPLIFIED STUDY AREA MAP
PROVIDE YOUR INPUT
The City of Calgary is developing a Master Plan for the Rundle Station area, and we want to hear from everyone who has an interest in the area. Tell us what you like about the area, and what could be improved. You can share your thoughts about transit, walking, cycling, vehicles, parks, buildings, and anything else you think is important to the Rundle Station area.
See the Key Dates section above for details on how to provide your feedback.