In between your market run and a your visit to the KW Library of Things event this morning, drop in to 80 Louisa Street for some Earth Day clean up activities and a BBQ lunch. (Sorry for the short notice.) Advertisements
As part of the CROZBY review (Comprehensive review of the zoning by-law), City staff will be holding a public meeting to review the zoning changes for Midtown (referred to as K-W Hospital/Midtown – running along the east and west sides of King Street including a portion of our neighbourhood up to Moore Ave. Thursday April … More When one city-led planning process ends…. another one begins!
Do you know of a project or place that you think makes a positive impact on our city? The call for nominations is now open for Kitchener’s Great Places Awards (until April 26th). This program includes a variety of categories – for large and small projects – that demonstrate design excellence in Kitchener for: Urban Design Placemaking … More You can nominate a “Great Place” for a Kitchener award
Many thanks to the City of Kitchener, in particular the Planning Department, for finding new ways to keep residents informed about planning and development activities. As a result of public consultations, particularly through RIENS (Residential Intensification in Existing Neighbourhoods), the City of Kitchener has created a new city-wide process requiring visible signs on any property … More New signs to share expected property changes