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Have your say on changes to Steveston Area Plan

Lorraine Graves   Jul-13-2017

The past 100 years have seen many changes to the main drags of Steveston. With more to come, this is your chance to voice your concerns and make suggestions.

City of Richmond Archives: 1978 5 20 Steveston street scene (c. 1920) Centennial Collection


Interested groups and individuals are invited to have their say on the proposed views down the streets for Steveston’s main thoroughfares, Bayview, Chatham and Moncton Streets.The City of Richmond offers open houses at the Steveston Community Centre on Thursday, July 20 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, July 22 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

There will be displays of the options being considered.

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City hall staff from the community planning and transportation departments will be at the events to answer questions.

The public can then have their say through a public survey they fill in either on site or online through LetsTalkRichmond.ca

According to the City of Richmond spokesperson Kim Decker, “Since the updates to the Steveston Area Plan in 2009, there have been some recent concerns in the community about whether new development fits with the character of Steveston Village. On June6, 2017, Council endorsed the launch of public engagement on options for updating design and heritage policies and options for streetscape concepts for Bayview, Chatham and Moncton Streets.”

After the public consultation phase, Richmond city hall staff will report their findings to city council this October. The city of Richmond says it will take into consideration the open house and online comments, before the preferred options go to council for a decision on amendments to the Steveston Area Plan and streetscape plans.

In addition, the public can visit the website above to find up-to-date information on the project, explore the open house boards and complete an online survey available from Friday, July14 through to Sunday, July 30 at 11:59 p.m.

For Policy Planning Information Contact, Helen Cain, Planner 2, Policy Planning, 604-276-4193 or HCain@richmond.ca

For Transportation Information Contact: Sonali Hingorani, Transportation Engineer, Transportation Department, 604-276-4049, Email: SHingorani@richmond.ca


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