Calgarians have been sharing their ideas on possible changes to Crowchild Trail.
Over the past two weeks, the project team has been working with Calgarians to explore ideas, and the benefits, impacts, constraints, and trade-offs of ideas, in three public workshops.
Due to popular demand, a third workshop was added, and the project team was excited to see all events fill to capacity. In all, more than 200 people have attended these three workshops.
Drop-in sessions next week.
If you missed the workshops and would like to share your ideas in-person with the project team, stop by one of three public drop-in sessions next week.
- Evening session: Nov. 16 at the Brentwood Village Shopping Centre, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- Day sessions: Nov. 17 at the University of Calgary (MacEwan Hall) and Nov. 18 at the Richmond Hill Diagnostic Centre, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Visit www.calgary.ca/crowchild (see Get involved -> Current opportunities) for event details.
The input collected through November workshops, drop-in sessions, and online will be used to develop preliminary concepts. The project team will bring those concepts to Calgarians for feedback in spring 2016.
Provide your input online until Nov. 30
We’ve been hearing from Calgarians about how to change Crowchild Trail. We’ve also heard from others who want Crowchild Trail to stay the same.
It’s time to delve deeper into ideas.
In addition to sharing your ideas, we’re asking for your help to identify the benefits, impacts, constraints and trade-offs of the different ideas being brought forward.
Until Nov. 30,
join the conversation on the Online Idea Forum. See what ideas are being shared, provide your comments, share your own ideas. We want to hear from you.