Guest post from Carl Simpson & Anna-Marie Larsen who have been doing a great deal of communication, coordination, navigation and engagement with neighbours and the City of Waterloo on the ODC development, Spurline Common by Reid’s Homes (corner of Moore & Roger). You can find previous posts from 2017 & 2018 about the development here. … More Is participation in city-led planning processes a waste of time?
Hey everyone – Dinah Murdoch shared this message with neighbours and is passing it along here. This message below comes from a Facebook group — The 519 Community Collective — who are addressing food insecurity in the region. They have installed a community fridge at Cafe Pyrus Outpost on Roger and need a roster of … More Community Fridge coming to the neighbourhood
The City of Waterloo wants your feedback on plans for a park/playground in the new Spur Line Common development to be built at the corner of Roger & Moore. The City of Waterloo, GSP Group and Reid’s Heritage Homes are working together to build this new neighbourhood park on Roger Street in Waterloo. Please visit … More Park plan added to Spur Line Common Development
Mark you calendar for another online Public Consultation meeting regarding the Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment application by Shannondale Developments for 152 Shanley Street. The application is requesting relief from setbacks, parking and density requirements to permit an 8 storey building, including an internal parking structure, rooftop amenity terrace and a total of 172 … More Development proposal for 152 Shanley Street and Public Meeting
91 Moore Avenue is the current location of Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region in our Mount Hope neighbourhood. You might recall that the building was purchased in 2018 by Kitchener Cemeteries. This currently brown brick building is located next to the Kitchener-owned and operated Mount Hope Cemetery and will be transformed by Kitchener Cemeteries to provide expanded … More Changes coming for 91 Moore Ave