Public Involvement

More Than Transit

The City of Windsor is exploring how our transit system can more effectively serve our community.

To do this, we're looking at the changing needs of our city. We're looking at how to better connect people to school, work, services, and more. We're looking at how transit can support the healthy growth and development of our neighbourhoods. We're looking at more than transit. To find out more or to take the survey and share your ideas, visit

Sewer Master Plan Engagement Sessions

Residents are encouraged to provide their input for the City of Windsor's Sewer Master Plan. You can visit to learn more.

The Sewer Master Plan project team will also be available to answer questions at the 2019 Earth Day Event:

Sunday, April 28, 2019, 10 AM to 4 PM
Malden Park
4200 Malden Road

Walk Wheel Windsor logoActive Transportation Master Plan Engagement Sessions

Walk Wheel Windsor, the City of Windsor’s new Active Transportation Master Plan is popping up in three locations to hear from you.

Downtown Bike Lane Pop-Up Event
Saturday, April 27, 2019, 10 AM - 4 PM
Goyeau Street from University Avenue to Riverside Drive
University Avenue – Goyeau Street to McDougall Street

Earth Day Pop-Up Event
Sunday, April 28, 2019, 10 AM - 4 PM
Malden Park
4200 Malden Road

Safe and Healthy Streets Pop-Up Event
Monday, April 29, 2019, 8 AM - 4 PM
Vincent Massey Secondary School
1800 Liberty Street

The Active Transportation Master Plan will set the foundation for developing well-connected, attractive active transportation networks that are safe, convenient and user-friendly, no matter what mode of transportation people use.

The final Active Transportation Master Plan will include an implementable action plan that will guide investments in active transportation infrastructure and support programs over the short-, medium-, and long-term.

Input from Windsor residents and stakeholders is an important part of the Walk Wheel Windsor process. An online survey, available in interactive and accessible formats will also be used to gather feedback beginning April 29 through the project website,

Stormwater Financing Study Engagement Sessions

Residents are encouraged to provide their input for the City of Windsor's Stormwater Financing Study. You can visit to learn more. 

The Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change Office is committed to keeping the community of Windsor informed on environmental events, engagement opportunities, and available programs, all of which will be provided on this page.

If you are with a school, please see our Resources for Teachers.

For more information on Environmental Initiatives
Phone: For general information call 311. For detailed inquiries call 519-253-7111 ext. 3226