Red Tape Reduction – Open call for red tape
Have you experienced challenges doing business in or with the City of Winnipeg? Be part of red tape reduction.
Visit winnipeg.ca/redtapereduction to learn more and to provide your feedback.
Lord Roberts Community Traffic Study workshop
Thank you to over 30 residents who attended the Lord Roberts Community Traffic Study workshop on April 29. If you were unable to attend, complete a survey to tell us more about your vision, priorities, and locations of traffic issues you have experienced. We have heard from over 350 participants who live in, work in, and travel through the area so far. The survey will be available until May 15, 2019.
More information at winnipeg.ca/lordrobertstraffic.
Bill and Helen Norrie Library information session
Thank you to over 70 residents who attended the Bill and Helen Norrie Library information session on May 1. If you were unable to attend, please complete an an online survey. Survey responses will be accepted until May 17, 2019.
The proposed design for the Bill and Helen Norrie Library is available online. For more information, visit winnipeg.ca/norrielibrary.
Dublin Avenue Bridge Replacement and Regional Street Improvements
The City is reaching out to stakeholders in the area to better understand construction impacts, including truck/delivery requirements, and to plan for potential improvements to sidewalks and transit stops.
If you live, work, or travel through the area, review the project information boards and provide your comments through an online comment form before May 14, 2019.
More information at winnipeg.ca/dublin.
Accessible On-Street Parking pilot program and survey
The City of Winnipeg is interested in learning more about on-street parking barriers faced by motorists with accessibility requirements. If you are a Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD) parking permit holder, please take five minutes to complete a survey on paid parking needs. Your feedback will assist in determining accessible on-street parking needs in the downtown and the development of a long-term plan to address on-street parking needs. The project team will be collecting feedback until May 31, 2019.
For more information, please visit winnipeg.ca/accessibleparkingpilot