The Guelph Street Community Garden is located in the Uniroyal Goodrich Park, beside the Spurline Trail. It looks like they are full for the 2021 gardening season, but if you live in the neighbourhood and might be interested in gardening there next year, email email@example.com to be added to the waitlist for 2022. You can … More Did you know our neighbourhood has a community garden?
The City of Kitchener’s Planning and Strategic Initiatives Committee will be holding a virtual public meeting on April 19th at 7 pm. “Additional Dwelling Units” is on the agenda, which refers to coach houses, backyard homes, laneway suites or tiny homes. You can watch the meeting through kitchener.ca/watch. If you wish to make either verbal or written … More Tiny homes, laneway homes and additional dwelling units in Kitchener
As you are probably aware … the City has undertaken a Development Services Review (looking at ways to better interact with citizens on planning initiatives). As a result of this review, the City planning team has or will be developing a number of education webinars on how planning works. Many of you had the opportunity to attend … More Planning 101: Intro to Planning in Kitchener
Neighbours! You’re invited to one more online meeting! This one is hosted by Centre Ice LP and Centre Ice Developments GP Corp., the current owners of 607-641 King Street West, the Station Park development. The meeting will discuss the proposed Station Park development and associated municipal planning applications. Wednesday March 3rd, 20217:00pm to 8:30pm RSVP: by … More Station Park – Virtual Neighbourhood Information Meeting
GUEST POST: from Sarah, Julian, Johanna and Mira Hi neighbours and friends,It’s been about 10 years now that we’ve held tiny and sometimes large lantern walks in our neighbourhood, joined by many of you. Winter solstice is today, Monday December 21, and we’ve been distracted and tired out, but we wanted to mark it anyway. … More December 21 is Lantern Night: See you in the darkness, with light