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2018 Winning Projects

Neighbourhood Decision Making Ideas Announced

The results are in! Residents from every neighbourhood of the city have participated in London’s city-wide 2018 Neighbourhood Decision Making (NDM) program. More than 7,100 Londoners helped decide what neighbourhood enhancement projects will be funded by voting online (5,680) or at their local library branch (1,434) on Saturday, June 16.

“The Neighbourhood Decision Making program is such a great way for Londoners to decide on what type of investment they’d like in their own community,” said Mayor Matt Brown. “It’s amazing to see the creativity and passion behind the projects. Thank you to all those who submitted ideas and voted.”

A total of $250,000 was available, with the city divided into five geographic areas, each area receiving $50,000 for projects to help make London’s many great neighbourhoods even better.

Winning Projects

Neighbourhood

Funding

Northwest London

Ninja Student Drop Zone

Medway

$15,000

Nature Sanctuary in Hyde Park

Hyde Park

$30,000

Bat Boxes in Masonville

Masonville

$1,000

Accessible Toddler Playground in North West London (Shade Trees only)

Sunningdale

$4,000

Northeast London

Cedar Hollow Public School Outdoor Classroom and Natural Play Space

Fanshawe

$50,000

Central London

Reimagine Waste

Central London

$8,000

Bee Pollinator Garden

East London

$7,000

Christmas Market on the Green

South London

$7,600

Oxford Park 1901: Unique Street Sign Design for the Oxford Park Community

West London

$7,500

London’s Free Fruit

Central London

$5,000

Here Before Us: Oxford Park Neighbourhood Cultural Heritage Evaluation Report

West London

$14,260

Pollinator Pathways Project

West London

$ 640

Southwest London

Add a Swing Set to Grandview Park

Byron

$15,000

Community Beehives

Byron

$8,000

Outdoor Workout Equipment in Springbank Park

Byron/West London

$27,000

Southeast London

F.D.Roosevelt Public School Yard Enhancements

Argyle

$17,400

Outdoor Ice Rink in Summerside

Bradley

$32,600


Residents were invited to submit ideas for their neighbourhoods from April 23 to May 22. 226 ideas were submitted with 143 making it onto the ballot after feasibility review by City staff. All 17 winning projects will be implemented over the next year.

“We are excited to see the energy and enthusiasm of Londoners of all ages participating in submitting ideas and voting for their favourite ideas” says Lynne Livingstone, Managing Director of Neighbourhood Children and Fire Services.“Neighbourhood Decision Making is a fantastic example of Londoners participating in making great neighbourhoods.”

Neighbourhood Decision Making is a key component in creating vibrant, connected and engaged neighbourhoods as outlined in Council’s Strategic Plan.

View All 2018 Ideas

How it Works

City Council has committed $250,000 annually to support a Neighbourhood Decision Making Program across the city. This program will allow you to propose ideas to enhance your neighbourhood, with you deciding on which ideas will go forward!

How does Neighbourhood Decision Making work?

Step 1: Residents are encouraged to identify a neighbourhood building project(s) that enhances and strengthens their neighbourhood. Funds may be used on a variety of different projects which could include: planting public gardens, community public art, piloting a community program, hosting a neighbourhood event, documenting your neighbourhood’s history, or enhancing a park or playground.

Step 2: City staff will support residents to develop their idea into a one-page proposal, working to make sure that it is possible to implement the proposed idea.

Step 3: A community vote will be held for residents to vote for their favourite ideas.

Step 4: City staff will work with the residents who submitted the winning ideas to implement their neighbourhood project.

2017 Winning Projects

Check out the winning projects in your neighbourhood!

Northwest London

Northeast London

Central London

Southwest London

Southeast London