Hamilton Road 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” for the Hamilton Road and Fairmont area east of Highbury Avenue. The plan will identify where new sidewalks can provide the most value.

The current phase of consultation ended on July 8, 2024. Thank you to everyone who joined us at our meeting at St. Bernadette Catholic School on June 3, and who attended our online webinar on June 5. A recording of the webinar is included below on this webpage. City staff will now prepare a report to Council highlighting recommendations for your neighbourhood.

To stay informed about the plan’s development and recommendations, please subscribe here for email updates to follow along with the project. You can also contact ncp@london.ca to ask questions.

Accessibility has been considered in the development of this community engagement plan, however, if you need this material or information in an alternate format, please reach out to the project team and we will work with you to ensure you can participate.

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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” for the Hamilton Road and Fairmont area east of Highbury Avenue. The plan will identify where new sidewalks can provide the most value.

The current phase of consultation ended on July 8, 2024. Thank you to everyone who joined us at our meeting at St. Bernadette Catholic School on June 3, and who attended our online webinar on June 5. A recording of the webinar is included below on this webpage. City staff will now prepare a report to Council highlighting recommendations for your neighbourhood.

To stay informed about the plan’s development and recommendations, please subscribe here for email updates to follow along with the project. You can also contact ncp@london.ca to ask questions.

Accessibility has been considered in the development of this community engagement plan, however, if you need this material or information in an alternate format, please reach out to the project team and we will work with you to ensure you can participate.

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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: 08 Jul 2024, 11:59 AM