What do you want to see in Maple Ridge's future?
The City of Maple Ridge has two opportunities for city residents to weigh in on how we want to live, work and play in two key areas of the city. Both engagement events are happening on Saturday, Sept. 12. Pre-registration for both events is required to allow for Covid-19 physical distancing.
Events 1 & 2: Town Centre Visioning
The city planning department is hosting a “WalkShop” and Open House on Saturday, September 12th.
The morning “WalkShop” is a guided walking tour of several areas within the Town Centre, with discussion along the way.
The Open House goes from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Memorial Peace Park (between the Bandstand and 224th Street), with opportunities to provide your thoughts on what makes a vibrant, resilient, sustainable community.
This is an important chance to let the city know we value pedestrian- and bike-friendly design and facilities; green spaces for shade, biodiversity, and connection with nature; ways to reduce emissions such as more charging stations for electric vehicles and more frequent bus service. And that’s just a start!
Register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and have your say about the future of our city.
Event 3: Lougheed Transit Corridor Concept Plan
The Lougheed Transit Corridor Concept Plan has been two years in the making, and Sept. 12 is your opportunity to view the final plan and provide your feedback at an Open House in Memorial Peace Park.
Look for valuable, climate-forward highlights such as a pedestrian- and bike-friendly greenway stretching from the town centre to the west edge of the city.
Learn more about the Lougheed Transit Corridor Study, then register for the Sept. 12 Open House by email to LougheedStudy@mapleridge.ca.