City Looking To Transform Key Districts

Tuesday May 31st, 2022

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The City of Windsor is taking the next steps to complete Theming and Districting Studies in key destination points across the city.

In 2021, the City of Windsor undertook the first Theming and Districting Study for Historic Walkerville. The learnings from this process are now being replicated and expanded across five more community districts.

On May 9th, 2022, Windsor City Council approved funds to undertake five key Theming and Districting Reports.

These include Sandwich Towne, Downtown Windsor, Ford City, Olde Riverside, and Wyandotte Town Centre.

The City of Windsor’s Planning Department will be taking a three-phased approach to develop a conceptual plan that will identify theming opportunities for each.

In the coming months as part of the first phase, a background study will begin in order to identify revitalization opportunities in these areas. Following the initial research study, the community, residents and businesses will be invited to participate in discussions to have their say on the design and vision to create these unique public spaces. The third and final phase of these projects will consist of developing the approved vision, inviting the community to see the design through an open house, and later receiving final approval at Windsor City Council before being implemented.

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