What's Happened So Far
Phase III Engagement ~ Co-Create
At the start of this phase, which launched in October 2016, neighbours were invited to dig deeper into key issues identified by the community. A series of forums were held on issues including, housing, urban villages, transportation, parks and more.
Here's what we heard:
Forum Engagement Summaries
Renters Forum, October 13, 2016: Renters Forum [PDF - 205 KB]
Transportation Forum, Oct 22, 2016
Engagement Summary [PDF - 271 KB]
Parks, Trees, Open Space and Recreation, Oct 22, 2016
Engagement Summary [PDF - 212 KB]
Placemaking, Public Spaces, Arts & Culture, Oct 22, 2016
Engagement Summary [PDF - 269 KB]
Heritage, Oct 25, 2016
Engagement Summary [PDF - 166 KB]
Sustainability & Neighbourhood Resiliency, Oct 27, 2016
Engagement Summary [PDF - 205 KB]
Cook Street Village Forums, Oct 24 and Oct 29, 2016
Engagement Summary [PDF - 3.1 MB]
Cook Street Village Merchants, Oct 27, 2016
Engagement Summary [PDF - 111 KB]
Forum Poster Boards
Housing Growth and Urban Villages
City Presentation - Fairfield, October 17 [PDF - 1.3 MB]
Dialog Presentation - Fairfield, October 17 [PDF - 38.2 MB]
Parks, Open Space and Recreation
City Presentation, October 22 [PDF - 8.6 MB]
City Presentation, October 22 [PDF - 5.9 MB]
Sustainability and Neighbourhood Resiliency
City Presentation, October 27 [PDF - 9.6 MB]
City Presentation, October 22 [PDF - 4.9 MB]
Phase II Engagement ~ Imagine
Between June 18 and August 31, 2016, Fairfield and Gonzales neighbours were asked to help build the vision and goals for the future of their neighbourhood. The City engaged residents and businesses through an on-line survey (354 people), a community workshop (over 100 participants), sounding boards (1,190 ideas), and several citizen-led meetings to begin to discuss the future of their neighbourhoods.
On Saturday, June 18, 2016, approximately 50 members of the community came out to discuss what citizen-led engagement will look and to start to build a vision for the community. The City presented ideas for how the community can lead engagement activities and presented the neighbourhood profiles. View the City presentation here [PDF - 1.8 MB].
Phase I Engagement ~ Pre-planning
On Saturday April 9, 2016, the neighbourhoods of Fairfield and Gonzales started the conversation about their neighbourhood plan(s) at a community meeting at the Fairfield Community Place. Approximately 90 residents and businesses provided input on key considerations and issues and about who should be engaged and by what means. The feedback received at that meeting has been collated and summarized and can be viewed here:
Read the Fairfield Gonzales April 9 Engagement Summary here [PDF - 2.4 MB]
April 9, 2016: view presentation here [PDF - 2.6 MB].
Neighbourhood Working Group
The Neighbourhood Working Group is made up of residents and businesses from Fairfield and Gonzales who will help with outreach to the broader community and will serve as a sounding board for ideas and initiatives.
The list of members can be viewed here [PDF - 89 KB].
Neighbourhood Working Group Minutes
City presentations to Neighbourhood Working GroupGo to Top