Help us create a sustainable Waterloo!

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Thank you to everyone who provided feedback about creating a sustainable service delivery framework for our assets (i.e., facilities, roads, parks, trails and water service infrastructure). Watching our infrastructure fall into complete disrepair or leaving the decision to the next generation is not prudent and will impact our quality of life. There will be tough choices ahead and your valued input will assist us in future planning and decision-making.

Background

Throughout 2019, we asked residents to provide their input on Waterloo's infrastructure services and funding levels through an engagement/consultation campaign that included surveys as well as open houses.

Learn more

To learn more about the current state of our asset inventory view the 2018 asset management report cards we've prepared for transportation, our facilities, and our water distribuion, stormwater and sanitary/sewer assets.

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback about creating a sustainable service delivery framework for our assets (i.e., facilities, roads, parks, trails and water service infrastructure). Watching our infrastructure fall into complete disrepair or leaving the decision to the next generation is not prudent and will impact our quality of life. There will be tough choices ahead and your valued input will assist us in future planning and decision-making.

Background

Throughout 2019, we asked residents to provide their input on Waterloo's infrastructure services and funding levels through an engagement/consultation campaign that included surveys as well as open houses.

Learn more

To learn more about the current state of our asset inventory view the 2018 asset management report cards we've prepared for transportation, our facilities, and our water distribuion, stormwater and sanitary/sewer assets.

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Hi there,I'd like to help implement a free lending library somewhere in Waterloo (Waterloo Park came to mind). I've seen these come up in Toronto in some parks and thought it would be great to have in Waterloo as well. I've attached a picture as an example. Please let me know how I can go forth with this project.Thanks,Dalveer

Dalveer 3 months ago

Completely off target. If anything what you propose would merely encourage more people to drive. Get real and come up with some ideas to reduce, if not eliminate, the threat of indiscrimate private car use.

johndunbar 7 months ago

But all these things have nothing to deal with climate change issues. They are just bland, trivial and unimportant topics. Why do you pretend to be about addressing climate change issues ? A major threat to climate is the increasing indiscriminate use of private cars. Not a word about that ! Who do you think you're kidding with this rubbish.

johndunbar 7 months ago

For the many who need to drive, look seriously at traffic light optimization. Perhaps there would be interest in partnering with Google to see if there is any opportunity to improve traffic flow and minimize emissions waiting at red lights.

Jf 8 months ago