Lakeshore Road Reconstruction and Streetscape Project - Navy Street to Allan Street
The town is moving forward with a much needed project to reconstruct Lakeshore Road East and is looking for more public input as it plans the future streetscape for downtown.
After extensive public consultation through the Downtown Transportation Study, staff recommended a contemporary theme for the downtown streetscape design which was approved by Town Council in 2015.
Once a contemporary theme was chosen, it was time to choose the materials and furnishings which would be used. Staff hosted a public consultation on June 15, 2016, where they presented the final furniture and materials for the downtown streetscape project.
Provide your feedback
Members of the community who couldn’t make it to the meeting can review photos of the final materials and furniture and provide comments to email@example.com until June 29. Later this summer, staff are planning to present the final selections to the Accessibility Advisory Committee as well as taking a report to Oakville Heritage Committee on July 19, 2016. Staff will present to these committees prior to going to Council in early fall 2016.
We heard you!
The public meeting on June 15, 2016 was a follow up to the public meetings held on March 1 to get feedback on two contemporary design palettes. Comments were also collected online from February 24 to April 1, 2016. Review the material that was presented at public meeting #1 (pdf, 15.8 MB)
Some streetscape materials and furnishings such as pavers, benches, bike rings, recycling stations, and lights will be on display for viewing and comment at the June 15 meeting. These materials will also be used going forward as other streets in Downtown Oakville are reconstructed.
The final palette of material selections were determined based on online feedback collected as well as comments from the first public meeting. Review a copy of the Lakeshore Road Reconstruction and Streetscape Consultation Summary (pdf, 4.3 MB)