Sarnia is putting together a “renewed vision” for the city’s waterfront and wants to hear what you think.
The goals of the new master plan are to strengthen the waterfront as a place for recreation, stimulate economic development and increase connections to the downtown core.
The area under discussion faces the St. Clair River from Sarnia Bay Marina to Rainbow Park.
The public can weigh in at www.speakupsarnia.ca.
From June 21 to July 1, visitors to the site can view pre-recorded webinars created by the Re:Public Urbanism consulting team and provide additional feedback on specific waterfront topics.
An informal drop-in is set for June 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Flag Court in Centennial Park (London Road at Front Street), where visitors can learn about and vote on different proposals.
Other opportunities for feedback are planned, city staff said.
Questions and ideas can also be sent by email to [email protected]