THANK YOU FOR YOU INPUT!
Phase 1, Envision was open for input from April 18 to May 23, 2023, but is now closed.
A What We Heard Report (including a summary of key themes and all verbatim feedback) will be created and shared along with a What We Did Report (outlining how key themes were considered and addressed) prior to the next phase of engagement in Fall 2023.
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YOUR VOICE MATTERS
There were many ways to learn more and get involved in this initial phase of the project:
Attend an in-person or virtual information session to learn more and provide your input.
In-person Engagement Session:
Tuesday, May 2 from 6-8:30 p.m. at Meadowlark Park Community Association (623 58 Ave S.W.)
Registration not required. Drop in anytime between 6-8:30 p.m.
Virtual Engagement Sessions:
Tuesday, May 9, 2023 from 7-8:30 p.m. (REGISTRATION REQUIRED - register here)
Monday, May 15, 2023 from 7-8:30 p.m. (REGISTRATION REQUIRED - register here)
Virtual Engagement Session Presentation
We need you!
Are you passionate about helping shape your community for you and future generations? Are you interested in working with fellow citizens, community association members, local builders/developers and city planners to discuss growth and change in the Chinook Communities?
As a community representative of the working group, you will participate in dialogue as it pertains to someone who lives in the area and brings your lived-in community perspectives and viewpoints to the table, and act as sounding board for The City as we develop a new policy plan for the area.
If you prefer to read and provide feedback via paper and pen, Engagement booklets will be mailed to homes and businesses in the Chinook Communities starting the week of April 16, 2023. The Engagement booklets include a feedback form on the back page that includes pre-paid postage to mail back to us.
A digital version of the Engagement booklet is available if you did not receive one.
In this first phase of the project, we're looking for your feedback on the following:
Topic 1: PAST—the area's history and roots.
Topic 2: PRESENT—the area as it exists today.
Topic 3: FUTURE—the next 30 years.
An Initial Draft of CHAPTER 1 is also available for your review and feedback.
Click through each of the tabs below to learn about the past, present and future and provide your feedback on the initial draft of Chapter 1 of the local area plan.
PROVIDE FEEDBACK NOW!
Click each of the tabs below [PAST - PRESENT - FUTURE - CHAPTER 1] to learn more and provide your feedback.
PAST: the area’s history
When thinking of change within your community and the surrounding area, let's first look back in time at the area's history (Past), then we'll focus on the area as it exists today (Present) and lastly, we'll think about how the area could evolve over the next 30 years (Future).
All communities change, and we can see that clearly when we look back in time. Having a good understanding of an area's past helps us learn about, appreciate, and better understand the history of the area, its people and the influences that led to what we see today.
Click the buttons below to learn a bit about the history of the Chinook Communities area.
We've been working with a local historian to gather information about the history of the area. Learn more about the area's history in the content we've created so far in the initial Draft Chapter 1 of the local area plan.
TOPIC 1 (PAST) FEEDBACK
PRESENT: the area as it exists today
Understanding the area as it exists today – including what people love and what people would like to see change – helps inform how things could change and evolve in a way that integrates with what already exists and improves aspects that may need a little love or investment.
Over the past few years, we’ve been spending more time than ever in our communities. Looking at the map, think about what you love about your community and surrounding area and what isn’t working well.
TOPIC 2 (PRESENT) FEEDBACK
FUTURE: the next 30 yearsCommunity change and evolution is often gradual, but many small changes can have a big impact over the long term. Having a local area plan in place to guide change and redevelopment helps ensure individual changes contribute towards a bigger picture plan.
The wants and needs of this generation are different from the last and will be
different from the next. We know that things will naturally adapt and change in
response to peoples' changing needs but having a better understanding of current
and future needs is key to how we plan and where we go as communities.
TOPIC 3 (FUTURE) FEEDBACK
An initial draft of the first chapter of the local area plan is available for review and feedback.
Chinook Communities Local Area Plan
Feedback provided will help inform revisions to Chapter 1 of the local area plan, which includes an additional history section. A revised version of Chapter 1 will be shared in the next phase as well as the initial draft of Chapter 2 of the local area plan.
DRAFT CHAPTER 1 FEEDBACK
Tell us about you.
Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback above. We'd also love to know a bit more about you and your connection to the area.