Attend a Public Roundtable

Participant feedback for the members of the Citizens’ Assembly from the Assembly’s three Public Roundtable meetings.


 

 

We encourage everyone in Grandview-Woodland to participate in one or more of the public roundtable meetings.

At the public roundtable meetings you will discuss important issues and ideas with Assembly members face-to-face. The public roundtables are also great way to hear first-hand about what the Assembly has been doing.

There will be one public roundtable during each of the three stages of the Assembly.


1. Wednesday, November 26, 7 pm – 9 pm, Maritime Labour Centre, 1880 Triumph St

At the first Public Roundtable, Assembly members will workshop with community members a draft set of values to guide growth and change in the neighbourhood. There will also be a discussion about how these values should manifest themselves in the Grandview-Woodland over the next 30 years.

From Public Roundtable #1:

Community participants feedback on Draft Values for Grandview-Woodland.

Community participants input on ‘Important Issues’ for the Assembly to address in its final report to City Council.


2. Thursday, March 5, 7 pm – 9 pm,  at the Croatian Cultural Centre, 3250 Commercial Drive.

At the second Public Roundtable, Assembly members will workshop their draft neighbourhood-wide recommendations with community members. The agenda for the roundtable can be found here.

From Public Roundtable #2:

Community participants feedback on the draft neighbourhood-wide recommendations and notes from roundtable.


3. Tuesday, May 5, 7 pm – 10 pm, at the Croatian Cultural Centre, 3250 Commercial Drive.

At the third Public Roundtable, Assembly members will workshop their draft recommendations and maps for each of Grandview-Woodland’s seven sub-areas: Cedar Cove, Hastings, Britannia-Woodland, Grandview, Nanaimo, Commercial Drive and Broadway & Commercial. Discuss and give feedback to members on specific recommendations, and consider together the consequences for the neighbourhood as a whole.

You may also wish to review members updated draft neighbourhood-wide recommendations, as well as their values for Grandview-Woodland.

From Public Roundtable #3:

Community participant feedback on the draft sub area recommendations and maps from the roundtable.

Get the Final Report

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The Grandview-Woodland Citizens’ Assembly put local residents at the centre of the community planning process. Forty-eight randomly selected local residents and business owners met eleven times over nine months to learn, listen and put forward their recommendations concerning the future of the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood. Download their final report here.