1. Request to join an online Zoom Workshop on Tuesday August 25
Interested residents are invited to register for one of three identical online workshops scheduled for Tuesday August 25 via the videoconferencing platform Zoom. Given the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on in person meetings, the City is looking to complete community engagement using virtual video platforms to gather resident input prior to the public hearing. Space is limited to 12 participants per workshop and workshops will be held at 10am, 1pm and 7pm.
See the request form at the bottom of this page for more details and to register your interest in participating.
Due to limits on numbers we cannot guarantee that a place on your preferred workshop time will be available. Spaces are limited to 1 person per household and will be allocated on a first-come first-serve basis.
2. Complete the workbook and email to the City
The workshops will be a guided discussion to complete a short workbook. Even if you cannot attend the online workshops, you can still provide email comments to us. You may also download a workbook to complete either electronically or manually and return to the City to email@example.com by no later than 9am on Friday August 28.
(Hard copies dropped off at City Hall mailbox will also be accepted)
Downloadable and electronically-fillable workbook.
3. Attend the public hearing
Moving forward with this OCP amendment still requires a formal public hearing. This will be scheduled in September and may be online or in-person, depending on the status of the City’s COVID-19 precautions. Completed workbooks, workshop summaries, and any other feedback will be presented to Council for the public hearing, and any interested party may address Council at the public hearing. This will be advertised in once scheduled.