Neighbourhood Decision Making

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Voting for the 2022 Neighbourhood Decision Making program is now closed. Thank you to those who voted on ideas to improve their local neighbourhood. The City of London is currently counting the ballots and will share the winning results as soon as they become available.

2022 program

From June 18 to June 25, Londoners cast their vote for their top three favourite ideas online. In addition, in-person voting at London Public Library branches and call-in voting was conducted on Saturday, June 25. The ideas with the most votes will be implemented in your local neighbourhood. Below is the list of ideas Londoners had the opportunity to vote for through the 2022 program.

A total of $250,000 in funding is available from the City through the 2022 program. London was divided into five geographic areas as part of the voting process, and each of these areas will receive up to $50,000 for projects to help make the city’s many great neighbourhoods even better. Individual projects can receive up to $30,000 to be implemented.

List of ideas

About the program

Residents know the needs of their neighbourhoods better than anyone. They're the ones with great ideas to help make their neighbourhood stronger, safer, connected and vibrant. Many neighbourhoods can benefit from things like community events, a playground upgrade or outdoor exercise equipment. But some ideas need a bit of cash to come to life.

That’s why the City of London created the Neighbourhood Decision Making Program, where residents submit their ideas and get to vote on which ideas they want to see come to life. That’s what makes this program special -- the community gets to decide!

Neighbourhood Decision Making allows residents to be involved in making their neighbourhood a better place to live, while connecting with their neighbours and engaging in their municipal government.

Through this program, a total of $250,000 is available to enhance neighbourhoods across the city. Individual neighbourhood projects can receive up to $30,000 to be implemented.


Voting for the 2022 Neighbourhood Decision Making program is now closed. Thank you to those who voted on ideas to improve their local neighbourhood. The City of London is currently counting the ballots and will share the winning results as soon as they become available.

2022 program

From June 18 to June 25, Londoners cast their vote for their top three favourite ideas online. In addition, in-person voting at London Public Library branches and call-in voting was conducted on Saturday, June 25. The ideas with the most votes will be implemented in your local neighbourhood. Below is the list of ideas Londoners had the opportunity to vote for through the 2022 program.

A total of $250,000 in funding is available from the City through the 2022 program. London was divided into five geographic areas as part of the voting process, and each of these areas will receive up to $50,000 for projects to help make the city’s many great neighbourhoods even better. Individual projects can receive up to $30,000 to be implemented.

List of ideas

About the program

Residents know the needs of their neighbourhoods better than anyone. They're the ones with great ideas to help make their neighbourhood stronger, safer, connected and vibrant. Many neighbourhoods can benefit from things like community events, a playground upgrade or outdoor exercise equipment. But some ideas need a bit of cash to come to life.

That’s why the City of London created the Neighbourhood Decision Making Program, where residents submit their ideas and get to vote on which ideas they want to see come to life. That’s what makes this program special -- the community gets to decide!

Neighbourhood Decision Making allows residents to be involved in making their neighbourhood a better place to live, while connecting with their neighbours and engaging in their municipal government.

Through this program, a total of $250,000 is available to enhance neighbourhoods across the city. Individual neighbourhood projects can receive up to $30,000 to be implemented.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

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Page last updated: 25 Jun 2022, 10:00 PM