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Locke Street South Reconstruction Information

Map of of Section of Locke St

September 19. 2019 update to Locke Street status, lane openings Main to Bold as of September 23

 

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Queen St S Conversion in Spring 2020

The conversion, tentatively scheduled for completion in fall 2019, is now planned for early Spring 2020. Details for the new timeline may be found here

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Safety on the Street: Neighbourhood street speed reductions

 

In July 2019, the City of Hamilton became the first municipality in Ontario to implement a city-wide neighbourhood speed-limit reduction on local and minor collector roadways to 40 km/h and 30km/hr in school zones. This change to community streets is a fundamental step towards the City of Hamilton’s goal of Vision Zero; zero fatalities or serious injuries on roadways as well as our vision of being the best place to raise a child and age successfully.

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Development in Ward 1

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Churchill Park Update (July 2019)

With Churchill Park undergoing construction, I wanted to provide a recap and an update on the project. Thank you to everyone who came out to the public meeting in May! Your input continues to help shape the park and ensure it is best for everyone in the community. I hope that the questions asked during the evening that did not receive an answer are addressed here.

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Calming Aberdeen

On June 26th, City Council will be voting on proposed changes to Aberdeen Avenue from Queen Street South to Longwood Road South. These modest changes, if passed, will help protect some of our most vulnerable citizens and create safer streets for everyone. 

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Kirkendall Neighbourhood Strategy

The Kirkendall Neighbourhood Strategy is about developing a shared vision for the neighbourhood by connecting and engaging with people who live, work, learn and play in Kirkendall. This neighbourhood plan is created by working with community members and stakeholders within Kirkendall to identify, plan and champion the changes they want to see. It's about understanding that we all have assets and strengths that can help make our community a healthier and more vibrant place to be by finding ways to support one another in building it.

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Queen Street South one-way to two-way conversion public meeting (Feb-7-19)

On February 7, 2019, Councillor Wilson hosted a public information meeting regarding the conversion of Queen St S from Aberdeen Ave to Main St W one-way to two-way.

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