Grenfell Neighbourhood Connectivity Plan

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About this project

As part of its commitment to providing safe, convenient and accessible mobility choices for all residents, City Council has directed staff to develop a “Neighbourhood Connectivity Plan” (NCP) for the Grenfell area. The plan will identify where new sidewalks can provide the most value.

Throughout the month of June 2022, City staff consulted with your community to get input to help shape your neighbourhood’s plan. Based on feedback from residents, and data and information from community partners, the project team has developed recommendations for where sidewalks and connectivity should be prioritized in your neighbourhood. To preview the NCP recommendations for Grenfell, see below for a map and supporting information.

NCP Recommendations for Grenfell

Above: Map graphic showing recommended new sidewalk connections for the Grenfell area

Table 2: Glenfell Neighbourhood Connectivity Plan Recommendations

Street

Timing

Location

Program*

Sidewalk recommended on one side of the street:

Midale

0-2yrs

Midale Crescent to Grenfell Drive

NSP

New pedestrian crossing to be considered:

Trossacks Avenue

Monitor

crossing at the Stoney Creek Trail

RSS

Other recommendations:

Engage with the Thames Valley District School Board to potentially extend dead end pathway in Wenige Park to Stoney Creek Public School.

Consider options for “No U-Turn” or other signage on Nicole Avenue to encourage parents to use the robust “Kiss-n-drop” facility on school property zones rather than u-turns from the school bus bay or using private drives.

* Sidewalks and pedestrian supportive infrastructure are constructed under various programs:

  • ILRP – Infrastructure Renewal Program
  • LRRP – Local Road Reconstruction Program
  • NSP – New Sidewalk Program
  • RSS – Road Safety Strategy

Next steps

City staff will be bringing a report with recommendations on where new sidewalks should be implemented in your neighbourhood to City Council’s Civic Works Committee on January 31, 2023. This staff report will be available to preview online on the City of London’s website at this link at noon on January 26.

This meeting includes a public participation meeting (PPM) component, meaning you can speak directly to the Civic Works Committee at this meeting, either remotely or in-person. Remote participation requires preregistration through the Clerk’s Office. For more information on the PPM process, visit the City of London website at this link.

The January 31 Civic Works Committee meeting will also be available to livestream on the City of London’s YouTube channel.

With Council’s direction, staff would come back to any specific streets where sidewalks have been approved to consult with those residents. At that point, staff would focus on finding the best fit for the street and helping residents understand the design considerations available to maximize the benefits, and mitigate impacts of, adding a new sidewalk.

Project recap

If you missed your neighbourhood’s webinar, you can still view a recording of the presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLSPAkaOZV8&feature=youtu.be

A photo showing a little boy and girl walking on a sidewalk holding hands.


About this project

As part of its commitment to providing safe, convenient and accessible mobility choices for all residents, City Council has directed staff to develop a “Neighbourhood Connectivity Plan” (NCP) for the Grenfell area. The plan will identify where new sidewalks can provide the most value.

Throughout the month of June 2022, City staff consulted with your community to get input to help shape your neighbourhood’s plan. Based on feedback from residents, and data and information from community partners, the project team has developed recommendations for where sidewalks and connectivity should be prioritized in your neighbourhood. To preview the NCP recommendations for Grenfell, see below for a map and supporting information.

NCP Recommendations for Grenfell

Above: Map graphic showing recommended new sidewalk connections for the Grenfell area

Table 2: Glenfell Neighbourhood Connectivity Plan Recommendations

Street

Timing

Location

Program*

Sidewalk recommended on one side of the street:

Midale

0-2yrs

Midale Crescent to Grenfell Drive

NSP

New pedestrian crossing to be considered:

Trossacks Avenue

Monitor

crossing at the Stoney Creek Trail

RSS

Other recommendations:

Engage with the Thames Valley District School Board to potentially extend dead end pathway in Wenige Park to Stoney Creek Public School.

Consider options for “No U-Turn” or other signage on Nicole Avenue to encourage parents to use the robust “Kiss-n-drop” facility on school property zones rather than u-turns from the school bus bay or using private drives.

* Sidewalks and pedestrian supportive infrastructure are constructed under various programs:

  • ILRP – Infrastructure Renewal Program
  • LRRP – Local Road Reconstruction Program
  • NSP – New Sidewalk Program
  • RSS – Road Safety Strategy

Next steps

City staff will be bringing a report with recommendations on where new sidewalks should be implemented in your neighbourhood to City Council’s Civic Works Committee on January 31, 2023. This staff report will be available to preview online on the City of London’s website at this link at noon on January 26.

This meeting includes a public participation meeting (PPM) component, meaning you can speak directly to the Civic Works Committee at this meeting, either remotely or in-person. Remote participation requires preregistration through the Clerk’s Office. For more information on the PPM process, visit the City of London website at this link.

The January 31 Civic Works Committee meeting will also be available to livestream on the City of London’s YouTube channel.

With Council’s direction, staff would come back to any specific streets where sidewalks have been approved to consult with those residents. At that point, staff would focus on finding the best fit for the street and helping residents understand the design considerations available to maximize the benefits, and mitigate impacts of, adding a new sidewalk.

Project recap

If you missed your neighbourhood’s webinar, you can still view a recording of the presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLSPAkaOZV8&feature=youtu.be

A photo showing a little boy and girl walking on a sidewalk holding hands.


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Provide your input: Grenfell Neighbourhood Map

about 2 years

This map shows the area of your community where City staff will be completing a "Neighbourhood Connectivity Plan" to recommend where sidewalks can provide the most benefit. 

To help us understand community travel patterns and establish key neighbourhood destinations, features and amenities, please use the "+" button on the menu on the left to drag and drop up to three pins for each category onto the map.

Note: If you have already entered your feedback through the online survey, you do not need to duplicate your answers here.  

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 20 Jan 2023, 06:19 AM