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Public Engagement

Welcome to the City of Nanaimo's Public Engagement page. We want to hear from you, the residents of Nanaimo. Here you will find details on current public open house events sharing information on various City projects and initiatives. Missed an opportunity to take part? Scroll through our archive for a summary of what’s taken place.

Waterfront Walkway Expansion

Nanaimo’s harbour is one of our city’s greatest assets, and the existing Waterfront Walkway showcases its natural beauty. There has been a strong desire in the community to expand the walkway. City Council has made a commitment to develop a plan on how to extend it Departure Bay to Nanaimo River Estuary and improve its connections to other existing trail and bike networks. They have also committed to building five small, but important, sections of the walkway in 2018. 

City staff would like to hear from residents on their thoughts for the Waterfront Walkway at one of three upcoming open houses.

When and Where: 

Wednesday, May 17, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Departure Bay Kin Hut2730 Departure Bay Road

Thursday, May 18 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Maffeo Sutton Park

Saturday, May 20, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Departure Bay Kin Hut, 2730 Departure Bay Road

Who is invited to attend: All members of the public.

Can't make it to an open house? Take this short survey.

Resources:

Waterfront Walkway Information Page

Waterfront Walkway Story Map

Georgia Greenway

The City of Nanaimo is starting design work on the first phase of the Georgia Greenway, a pedestrian and cycling friendly route through the Harewood neighbourhood. The Georgia Greenway will link a number of key destinations within the neighbourhood including schools, parks, sports fields, and commercial areas. It will create a comfortable experience for users of all ages, abilities and confidence levels.

City staff would like to hear what you think about this project by filling out this short survey.

Resources:

Georgia Greenway information page

Communications Survey

Tell us how you prefer to stay up to date with what's happening in the City. Take this short survey

May 2017 Newsletter

The Spring 2017 issue of the City Updates Newsletter is out! In it, you will find information on your tax bill, City projects and community events laong with the latest Trash talk. Look for it in your mailbox along with your tax notice in late May or view it online now!

City Updates Newsletter (pdf)

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