Last month, TCAT’s Active Neighbourhoods project team and EarthCare Sudbury held an engaged and productive training and planning workshop about redesigning Sudbury’s streets and public spaces.
With two days of interactive sessions TCAT worked alongside representatives from the Donovan and Elm West Community Action Network, The Sudbury and District Health Unit, the City of Greater Sudbury, The Sudbury Cyclists Union and the Social Planning Council of Sudbury. Together, the group formed a local project steering committee, agreed on a set of values, and set out a plan for developing a neighbourhood portrait with residents that identifies potential for improving walking and cycling.
Starting this spring, the Active Neighbourhoods Project in Sudbury will be out in the Donovan neighbourhood talking with local residents, leading community walks and organizing activities to explore local community assets that impact the public realm.
Read more about TCAT’s Active Neighbourhoods projects here.