Neighbourhood Decision Making

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The idea ballots are now live! Click the button with the area you live in below to view all the great ideas proposed in your neighbourhood that you can vote for on Saturday, November 6. Don’t know which geographic area you live in? Check out our Google Map to find out the area you’re voting in.

Idea Proposals

Vote Day 2021

On Saturday, November 6, Londoners of all ages are encouraged to vote to turn their favourite Neighbourhood Decision Making ideas into real projects for their neighbourhood.

Online voting will be available on this web page from 12 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, November 6. Voting stations will be available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the following locations:

  • City Hall, 300 Dufferin Avenue
  • South London Community Centre, 1119 Jalna Boulevard
  • Stronach Arena, 1221 Sandford Street
  • Hamilton Road Seniors’ Centre, 525 Hamilton Road
  • Medway Arena & Community Centre, 119 Sherwood Forest Square

New this year, those unable to vote online or in-person can vote by calling 519-661-8410 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 6. Your local library will have the list of ideas supplied for you to review ahead of Vote Day.

Those voting in person will be required to follow all local and provincial COVID-19 regulations

This year, 230 ideas were submitted by residents, neighbourhood associations, student groups and Londoners looking to make their neighbourhoods even better. Of the ideas submitted, 86 have been turned into project proposals which will be included on Saturday’s ballots.

How do I register for Get Involved?

To register for Get Involved, follow these easy steps:

  1. Sign up to the site by clicking here
  2. Choose a username and a password
  3. Provide your email address, your name, and postal code
  4. You will receive an email to confirm your email address
  5. Return to the main page and click the 'Sign In' button

How do I find the geographic area I am voting in?

View our Google Map to determine the geographic area that you will be voting in.

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 neighbourhood can benefit from things like community events, a new park bench or a pollinator garden. But some ideas need a bit of cash to come to life.

That’s why the City of London created our 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.

The idea ballots are now live! Click the button with the area you live in below to view all the great ideas proposed in your neighbourhood that you can vote for on Saturday, November 6. Don’t know which geographic area you live in? Check out our Google Map to find out the area you’re voting in.

Idea Proposals

Vote Day 2021

On Saturday, November 6, Londoners of all ages are encouraged to vote to turn their favourite Neighbourhood Decision Making ideas into real projects for their neighbourhood.

Online voting will be available on this web page from 12 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, November 6. Voting stations will be available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the following locations:

  • City Hall, 300 Dufferin Avenue
  • South London Community Centre, 1119 Jalna Boulevard
  • Stronach Arena, 1221 Sandford Street
  • Hamilton Road Seniors’ Centre, 525 Hamilton Road
  • Medway Arena & Community Centre, 119 Sherwood Forest Square

New this year, those unable to vote online or in-person can vote by calling 519-661-8410 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 6. Your local library will have the list of ideas supplied for you to review ahead of Vote Day.

Those voting in person will be required to follow all local and provincial COVID-19 regulations

This year, 230 ideas were submitted by residents, neighbourhood associations, student groups and Londoners looking to make their neighbourhoods even better. Of the ideas submitted, 86 have been turned into project proposals which will be included on Saturday’s ballots.

How do I register for Get Involved?

To register for Get Involved, follow these easy steps:

  1. Sign up to the site by clicking here
  2. Choose a username and a password
  3. Provide your email address, your name, and postal code
  4. You will receive an email to confirm your email address
  5. Return to the main page and click the 'Sign In' button

How do I find the geographic area I am voting in?

View our Google Map to determine the geographic area that you will be voting in.

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 neighbourhood can benefit from things like community events, a new park bench or a pollinator garden. But some ideas need a bit of cash to come to life.

That’s why the City of London created our 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.

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    Are we only permitted to vote for proposals in our own area or can we vote for ideas in other parts of the city?

    SJM asked 1 day ago

    Every Londoner can vote in one geographical area for up to 3 ideas. The location can be where you live, work or play.

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    if i have a household with 5 people, do we have to each register and vote separate or can we group vote.

    richelle asked 4 days ago

    Yes, each individual who is voting online is required to register for their own unique Get Involved account and submit their own Vote Day ballot. You can also call-in or vote in-person. 

    If you plan on voting online, please make sure you’ve registered for our Get Involved platform. All voters will be required to register in advance of Vote Day using their email address.

    Please note Get Involved does not support Internet Explorer. Please use Safari, Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge.

     Learn how to register at getinvolved.london.ca/NDM

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    How many ideas can I vote for, from the full list in my neighbourhood?

    Mary Malone asked 4 days ago

    Great question! After determining the geographic area you are voting in (either Central London, Northeast London, Northwest London, Southeast London or Southwest London) you can vote on up to three projects that you’d like to see come to life in your neighbourhood.

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    What are the borders for the 5 geographical areas and what criteria was used to determine the areas? Thank you

    Nassim asked 2 months ago

    Hi Nassim,

    Thanks so much for reaching out! Below is a map of all the areas of the City.  

    Population sizes and natural boundaries like main arterial roads and where our Neighbourhood Associations were located were considered when establishing the areas.

    Don’t hesitate to reach out to neighbourgood@london.ca if you have anymore questions. 

    Have a great day,  

    The NeighbourGood Team

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    Hi! I am wondering what the five geographic areas are in the city and what the streets and guidelines are

    Erin asked 2 months ago

    Hi Erin,

    Thanks so much for reaching out! Below is a map of all the areas of the City. Don’t hesitate to reach out to neighbourgood@london.ca if you have anymore questions. 


    Have a great day, 

    The NeighbourGood Team

Page last updated: 25 October 2021, 14:12