Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | August 14, 2017



Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | August 6, 2017

All-downtown-resident meeting this coming Wednesday, August 9th

The Downtown Neighbourhood Project is a joint-committee formed by the DRA and the DWCC. The project is working on unifying and enhancing both the identify and advocacy of the diverse areas of our downtown.

Residents meeting aug9The DNP joint-committee will be holding an all-downtown-resident meeting this coming Wednesday, August 9th at 6pm in the gym of the YMCA.

This meeting will be host presentations from various stake-holders and social agents that have an immediate impact on downtown living.  This will be followed by a series of round-table discussion on issues and ideas for our downtown area.
The DNP will conclude this meeting, presenting the project and its initial framework.  We will be collecting feedback from residents and names of community leaders that we will seek out to collaborate with as this project continues.
Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | April 13, 2017

Downtown Windsor Farmers’ Market ’17


Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | March 29, 2017

Central Library Community Survey

Central Library Community Survey

Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | March 16, 2017

Coffee with the Councillor


Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | February 17, 2017

Neighbourhood Conversation


Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | February 9, 2017


Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | October 11, 2015

20 Yr Strategic Plan Survey (Click on Link)

20 Yr Strategic Plan Survey

Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | October 2, 2015

DOWNTOWN TRANSPORTATION STRATEGY Notice of Public Information Centre

The Study
The City of Windsor has initiated a study to develop a sustainable strategy for a transportation system
that supports Council’s Strategic Vision for a vibrant and inviting Downtown Windsor focusing on place
making and supporting active transportation choices, taking into account existing and planned land uses
The goal of this study is to repurpose the existing public right-of-way to optimize space for streetscaping,
utilities and all users (vehicles, transit, bicycles and pedestrians) to achieve a balanced transportation
network for people that encourages non-motorized uses and establishes vibrant and inviting public

Public Information Centre
The public is invited to review and comment on
the development of the Downtown Transportation
Strategy during a Public Information Centre (PIC).
This PIC will consist of an informal drop-in centre
with display boards to obtain public input on the
Development and Evaluation of Alternatives.
Representatives from the City and the Consultant
Project Team (CIMA) will be present to answer
questions and discuss the next steps in the study.
The Public Information Centre (PIC) has been
scheduled on the following date:
Date: Wednesday, October 14th, 2015
Time: 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location: Windsor International Aquatic and
Training Centre, 401 Pitt St W, Windsor, ON, N9A

Public Comments
If you are unable to attend the PIC and would like to obtain more information or provide comments
please contact one of the Project Managers.
If you need accommodation for accessibility to attend the PIC, please contact the City’s Project Manager
below as early in advance as possible.
Andrew Dowie, P. Eng.
Policy Analyst
City of Windsor
1266 McDougall Avenue
Windsor ON N8X 3M7
Tel.: 519-255-6247 ext. 6018
Stephen Keen
CIMA, Project Manager
3027 Harvester Road, Suite 400
Burlington, ON L7N 3G7
Tel: 289-288-0287
Also for your information, Planning and Building Services is commencing a Downtown Windsor Planning
Study and will be holding a Public Visioning Session on Wednesday October 28, 2015 from 4 pm to 7
pm at the Windsor Family Aquatic Complex (401 Pitt Street West). For more information, please contact
Greg Atkinson, Planner III – Economic Development at 519-255-6543, extension 6582 or
Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of
Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public

Posted by: Downtown Residents Association Windsor | September 16, 2015

Strategic Vision and Ward Meetings

The City of Windsor is holding a series of public meetings over the coming months and we hope you can attend and provide input.  Each meeting will begin with discussion and ideas surrounding Council’s 20-Year Strategic Vision Planning and be followed by a Ward Meeting where issues specific to your Ward will be addressed. Your attendance and input is vital to our success.

Wednesday, October 7 Ward 3 Councillor Bortolin ​20-Year Strategic Vision 6pm
Annual Ward Meeting 7pm
400 City Hall Square East
Multi-Purpose Room

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