Waterfront Issues and Options Analysis
The Town of Arnprior has officially begun an analysis of the Town’s waterfront to identify ways of enhancing a very valuable local asset – the shores of the Madawaska and Ottawa Rivers. The purpose of the analysis is to consider options for the best mix of land uses and activities in order to create a vibrant and active waterfront. The analysis will also consider opportunities with respect to the nature and scope of investments which could contribute to the revitalization of the waterfront. The Waterfront Issues and Options Analysis will also provide a strategic direction and action plan to ensure successful next steps. The analysis area includes both shores of the Madawaska River and the Ottawa River along to Gillies Grove.
We Need Your Feedback on the Waterfront Feasibility Issues & Options Analysis
The Town of Arnprior is now in Phase 3 of the Waterfront Feasibility Issues & Options Analysis. Residents are invited to attend a special meeting of the Community Development Advisory Committee on Monday May 15th, 2017, at 6:30pm at the Stanley Tourangeau Fire/Police Services Centre, 67 Meehan Street, Arnprior ON. The purpose of the meeting is to provide a review of the consultation results from Phase 2 and present a Draft Conceptual Plan with options for discussion.
The Waterfront Feasibility Issues & Options Analysis is intended to provide guidance to the Town in capitalizing on the true potential of the waterfront to better serve the existing and future residents along with the very important visitor population of Arnprior on a year-round basis. Phase 1 was all about your ideas. Phase 2 uses what we heard to create options for proposed plans of action staged over a number of years.
Upon completion of this Analysis, a report will be available for public review and comment. A notice will be published at that time.
Any comments received will be incorporated in the Study, with the exception of personal information.
For further information or to provide comments, please contact: