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The City of Vancouver’s Broadway Plan Emerging Directions Virtual Open Houses are live on their website

We are scheduling virtual meets with the City’s staff and you are welcome to join them. Here’s the meetings schedule:

1. Chinese session – March 31 (3 PM – 4 PM). Contact Jessie at JHuang@mpnh.org
2. English session – March 15 (12:30 PM – 1:30 PM). Contact Millie at MMartinez@mpnh.org
3. Arabic session – March 19 (1 PM – 3 PM). Contact Omnia at OElShayeb@mpnh.org
4. Spanish session – March 26 (6 PM – 7 PM). Contact Millie at MMartinez@mpnh.org
5. Session for all – March 29 (6 PM – 7 PM). Contact Vicky at Vli@mpnh.org

The City would like you to get involved, review the materials, and tell them what you think. This is important city-building work because it will help plan how Mount Pleasant, Fairview and Kitsilano will grow and change around the future Broadway Subway.

How you can participate

1. Get the highlights in the interactive StoryMaps
The Broadway Plan’s StoryMaps are an interactive web-based tool that combines maps, pictures, videos, and text to show you the highlights of the Broadway Plan’s Emerging Directions.  To learn more visit the Broadway Plan website.

2. Read the full details in the online information boards
A set of files in PDF format, similar to the information boards you’d find at our in-person open houses, is also available on their website to provide you the details about the important contextual information and emerging directions for all three neighbourhoods and area-wide policies.

3. Sign-up for their workshops
The City of Vancouver is holding a series of virtual workshops, which focus on the highlights of the Emerging Directions, covering the neighbourhoods of the Broadway Plan and area-wide policy. To sign up, visit:

  1. Share your feedback
    What do you think about the emerging directions for Mount Pleasant, Fairview, or Kitsilano?  What do you think of the area-wide policies?
  • Tell them in the survey by March 31. Take the survey.
  • Have a question? Sign up for their “office hours” to speak to a City of Vancouver Broadway Plan team member. Sign up here.
  • Have a question about the Emerging Directions? Leave them a question on the “Questions” tabs on their Broadway Plan ShapeYourCity website.

 

The City of Vancouver’s Broadway Plan Emerging Directions Virtual Open Houses are live on their website. The City would like you to get involved, review the materials, and tell them what you think. This is important city building work because it will help plan how Mount Pleasant, Fairview and Kitsilano will grow and change around the future Broadway Subway.

How you can participate

1. Get the highlights in the interactive StoryMaps
The Broadway Plan’s StoryMaps are an interactive web-based tool that combines maps, pictures, videos, and text to show you the highlights of the Broadway Plan’s Emerging Directions.  To learn more visit the Broadway Plan website.

2. Read the full details in the online information boards
A set of files in PDF format, similar to the information boards you’d find at our in-person open houses, is also available on their website to provide you the details about the important contextual information and emerging directions for all three neighbourhoods and area-wide policies.

3. Sign-up for their workshops
The City of Vancouver is holding a series of virtual workshops, which focus on the highlights of the Emerging Directions, covering the neighbourhoods of the Broadway Plan and area-wide policy. To sign up, visit: 

  1. Share your feedback
    What do you think about the emerging directions for Mount Pleasant, Fairview, or Kitsilano?  What do you think of the area-wide policies?
  • Tell them in the survey by March 31. Take the survey
  • Have a question? Sign up for their “office hours” to speak to a City of Vancouver Broadway Plan team member. Sign up here
  • Have a question about the Emerging Directions? Leave them a question on the “Questions” tabs on their Broadway Plan ShapeYourCity website.

 

 

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