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As part of the Downtown Brantford Project and the City’s plan to create a more attractive and sustainable core that supports increased economic development and growth, we are excited to be undertaking a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for Downtown Streetscaping.

The Downtown Streetscaping EA will focus on finding solutions to improve walkability, accessibility, and underground infrastructure to allow for additional development, enhance the infrastructure for all transportation modes, and increase pedestrian capacity. The area of study includes Colborne Street and Dalhousie Street from the junction, extending to Brant Avenue and Icomm Drive. It also captures the connecting north/south streets between this area including Brant Avenue, King Street, Queen Street, Market Street, Charlotte Street, and Clarence Street.

Public engagement and community feedback are a key part of the project and we are excited to hear your thoughts about what is important to you and what you would like to see in a New Downtown!

Public Information Centre #3

The City hosted a Public Information Centre (PIC) in person on Thursday, April 7, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at Brantford City Hall, 58 Dalhousie St., Brantford, ON. The PIC provided information about the EA, findings from the technical studies, key issues from previous PICs, evaluation criteria, and the preferred alternative.

For those who were unable to attend in person, presentation slides are available for review. The Project Team will be accepting questions and comments for a two-week period following the public meeting until 4:30 p.m. on April 21, 2022.



As part of the Downtown Brantford Project and the City’s plan to create a more attractive and sustainable core that supports increased economic development and growth, we are excited to be undertaking a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for Downtown Streetscaping.

The Downtown Streetscaping EA will focus on finding solutions to improve walkability, accessibility, and underground infrastructure to allow for additional development, enhance the infrastructure for all transportation modes, and increase pedestrian capacity. The area of study includes Colborne Street and Dalhousie Street from the junction, extending to Brant Avenue and Icomm Drive. It also captures the connecting north/south streets between this area including Brant Avenue, King Street, Queen Street, Market Street, Charlotte Street, and Clarence Street.

Public engagement and community feedback are a key part of the project and we are excited to hear your thoughts about what is important to you and what you would like to see in a New Downtown!

Public Information Centre #3

The City hosted a Public Information Centre (PIC) in person on Thursday, April 7, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at Brantford City Hall, 58 Dalhousie St., Brantford, ON. The PIC provided information about the EA, findings from the technical studies, key issues from previous PICs, evaluation criteria, and the preferred alternative.

For those who were unable to attend in person, presentation slides are available for review. The Project Team will be accepting questions and comments for a two-week period following the public meeting until 4:30 p.m. on April 21, 2022.



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