Neighbourhood Planning is now drafting the LAP and working collaboratively with various stakeholders and City Departments to establish actionable recommendations based on the feedback received through the process to date. Once they have investigated potential action items they will share them with the community and ask for further feedback to ensure the final plan represents the desires of area stakeholders.
As always, if you have any questions, concerns or ideas, please contact them. They will be in touch in the coming months to discuss the next steps for the LAP.
The Presentation slides and Notes from the previous meetings are available to bring you up to date, if you missed any of them.
What is a Local Area Plan
Local Area Planning is a community-based approach to developing comprehensive neighbourhood plans that enable residents, business owners, property owners, community groups, and other stakeholders to have direct input into the future of their neighbourhood.
Once completed, a LAP establishes the vision and goals to guide the growth and development of a neighbourhood. It also identifies specific recommendations for improvements within a neighbourhood.
The study area boundary for the Exhibition LAP is Taylor Street to the North, Broadway Avenue to the East, Ruth Street (East of Lorne Avenue) and Circle Drive (West of Lorne Avenue) to the South, and the riverbank to the West (see attached study area map).
A picture is worth a thousand words! The City is asking residents to show what you love about living in the area.
See some of the photos that have been shared.
Submit photos of the sights and activities you enjoy.
If you have any questions about the LAP, the LAP Process, or the meetings, please contact: Keith Folkersen, Senior Planner
Neighbourhood Planning Section
City of Saskatoon
Phone: 306 986-1690