August 18, 2014 1:11 pm

City looks for input on the future of Eau Claire

The City of Calgary is looking for public input as they begin planning the future of West Eau Claire Park.

City of Calgary

CALGARY – The City of Calgary is looking for public input as they begin planning the future of Eau Claire Park.

Officials are preparing to redesign an area in the west of the park along the Eau Claire Promenade from the Louise Bridge (10 Street SW) to Eau Claire Plaza.

“West Eau Claire Park is a destination for Calgarians and visitors, and we want to continue to find ways to bring and keep people to the area to enjoy the space,” says project manager Greg Stewart with the Planning Department.

The public input will help city officials identify a clear vision to guide the design, provide a concept plan, and prioritize improvements for West Eau Claire Park.

“We are excited to receive input and ideas from people who use this space and figure out how we can make it that much better,” says Stewart.

There are three ways people can share their ideas:

  • At a sounding board (wood structure) in West Eau Claire Park near the Peace Bridge
  • Online using a mapping tool or by taking a survey
  • In person at the site (dates and times to be determined)

For more information about the project visit calgary.ca/westeauclaire.

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