Community Consultation Guidelines for Parks, Forestry and Recreation State of Good Repair Capital Projects
Date: December 9, 2009
To: Executive Committee
From: Brenda Patterson, General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation
Wards: All Wards
The purpose of this report is to provide appropriate guidelines for community consultations and community information sessions with respect to Parks, Forestry and Recreation state of good repair projects, including those funded by the Recreational Infrastructure Canada Program (RInC).
The General Manager of Parks, Forestry and Recreation recommends that City Council adopt the following protocol for public consultations and stakeholder meetings for state of good repair (SOGR) projects, including those associated with the Recreational Infrastructure Canada Program (RInC):
a. For all SOGR projects that will not affect programming or the uses of an amenity, community consultation or stakeholder meetings will not be required; and
b. For all SOGR projects that may affect programming or have a service improvement component, one general community information session can be held in cooperation with Recreation staff. This session will provide users with the reasons for the programming interruption, as well as location and programming alternatives.
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