Have your say. Help shape your community.
The City of Windsor periodically conducts surveys as a means of soliciting ideas and opinions from residents so we can better serve the community as a whole.
Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex Reimagined
Windsor City Council is planning to invest millions of dollars in the city’s west end by transforming and modernizing Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex into a multi-faceted facility that will become a community hub for all around. But we want to hear from you again!
In addition to virtual public information meetings and a downloadable comment form (see link above), we have three short surveys (powered by SurveyMonkey) that will help us hone in on what’s most important to you:
Sandwich South Master Servicing Plan - Public Information Centre #2:
The City has designated the Sandwich South area for growth over the next 20 years and is developing a Sandwich South Master Servicing Plan to serve as a guiding document to advance planning and establish how roadways, water, sanitary sewers and stormwater will be managed throughout the study area. Public Information Centre (PIC) #2 took place on September 8, and comments are welcome until September 30, 2021:
Wyandotte to Jarvis Extension
The City of Windsor is continuing to undertake the extension of Wyandotte Street East to Jarvis Avenue. The study area is bounded by Riverside Drive to the north, Jarvis Avenue to the east, Little River Road to the south and Banwell Road to the west. The study is considering the Wyandotte Street East extension for vehicular, pedestrian, transit and bikeway connections; traffic calming; drainage; and sanitary and storm water sewage. In addition, the study will evaluate the servicing needs required to improve neighbourhood infrastructure to current municipal standards on Jarvis Avenue.
Give us your thoughts (deadline: October 1, 2021):
Mr. Andrew Dowie, P.Eng.
City of Windsor
310-350 City Hall Square West
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