College Park Redevelopment Plan Review

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The College Park Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) and associated bylaws were adopted on September 21, 2021. The new plan replaces the original College Park ARP that was adopted in 1999. The new plan takes a look at how the neighbourhood has changed over the past 20 years and establishes a vision for the area to guide future development and improvement projects.

The ARP includes a number of policies to guide future development in the area including what types of uses are appropriate in which locations and some guidelines for design. The plan also includes various neighbourhood improvement projects such as a Parking Strategy, tree planting, a neighbourhood entrance feature and more.

Past Engagement

Previous public Engagement Sessions were held on June 18, 2019, September 17, 2019, March 10, 2020 and May 26, 2021. A survey was conducted from September 8 to 15, 2019. Individual meetings were held with several stakeholders. Stakeholders were also able to provide input by phoning or e-mailing City staff.

Please refer to the document library to review the engagement display boards and the Stakeholder Engagement Report.

Public Hearing

A Public Hearing for the College Park ARP (C-1406) and associated Land Use Bylaw amendments (C-1260-140 & 141) was held on August 23, 2021. During the Public Hearing Council heard from City Administration as well as members of the public. After the Public Hearing closed, Council voted to defer considering final motions to adopt the plan until September 21, 2021 to receive supplemental information from Administration. At the September 21, 2021 meeting Council approved the plan and associated Land Use Bylaw amendments.

Adjusted Timeline

The original timeline for the project estimated that Phase 4: Plan Review and Adoption would be completed in 2020. The project was delayed due the COVID-19 pandemic. The adjusted timelines anticipates Phase 4 to be completed in summer/fall of 2021.

The College Park Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) and associated bylaws were adopted on September 21, 2021. The new plan replaces the original College Park ARP that was adopted in 1999. The new plan takes a look at how the neighbourhood has changed over the past 20 years and establishes a vision for the area to guide future development and improvement projects.

The ARP includes a number of policies to guide future development in the area including what types of uses are appropriate in which locations and some guidelines for design. The plan also includes various neighbourhood improvement projects such as a Parking Strategy, tree planting, a neighbourhood entrance feature and more.

Past Engagement

Previous public Engagement Sessions were held on June 18, 2019, September 17, 2019, March 10, 2020 and May 26, 2021. A survey was conducted from September 8 to 15, 2019. Individual meetings were held with several stakeholders. Stakeholders were also able to provide input by phoning or e-mailing City staff.

Please refer to the document library to review the engagement display boards and the Stakeholder Engagement Report.

Public Hearing

A Public Hearing for the College Park ARP (C-1406) and associated Land Use Bylaw amendments (C-1260-140 & 141) was held on August 23, 2021. During the Public Hearing Council heard from City Administration as well as members of the public. After the Public Hearing closed, Council voted to defer considering final motions to adopt the plan until September 21, 2021 to receive supplemental information from Administration. At the September 21, 2021 meeting Council approved the plan and associated Land Use Bylaw amendments.

Adjusted Timeline

The original timeline for the project estimated that Phase 4: Plan Review and Adoption would be completed in 2020. The project was delayed due the COVID-19 pandemic. The adjusted timelines anticipates Phase 4 to be completed in summer/fall of 2021.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    During Phase 2 of the project, the City conducted a survey to learn about the public's priorities for the plan. This information was used to shape the draft plan.

    You can see the results in the Phase 2 What We Heard Report, in the Document Library on the right side of this page.

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Page last updated: 23 September 2021, 11:09