Thursday, April 16, 2015

Calgarians are talking about their main streets

Calgarians have been sharing their ideas and concerns to improve their main street neighborhoods.

Want to share your views? Attend upcoming information sessions being held across Calgary from April 21 to May 15.

This is part of a larger City initiative called Main Streets, which is exploring what growth and change is important to Calgary’s main streets.

“Right now we’re listening and learning about what matters most to the people who live, work and play in these areas,” says Kevin Barton, Lead Planner for Main Streets.

Between November and February, hundreds of Calgarians came to Main Streets workshops, participating in an astounding 1,000 hours of discussion about their main street neighborhoods. The number of people getting involved continues to climb as Calgarians share their ideas online as well.

We’re continuing the conversation this spring. Join us at any of the upcoming information sessions to see what other Calgarians have said, provide your input, share ideas, and chat with City planners about the future of your main street neighborhood.

To learn more, visit

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