Planning for our shared future: OurWinnipeg & Complete Communities

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Our city is growing and changing. By 2040, our city is expected to grow by more than 160,000 people, add more than 83,000 new jobs, and require approximately 82,000 new housing units. This is equivalent to adding three cities the size of Brandon, MB to the Winnipeg over the next 20 years.

To accommodate this growth, policies, plans and guidelines are being developed and updated to respond appropriately to the changes we face. This website presents two major planning projects and related materials to provide Winnipeggers with an opportunity to learn about how planning shapes our city, and provide feedback on how you would like to see the City grow in the future.

Please take a moment to consider the materials presented. You can ask questions and provide feedback through the tools listed below.


What are we talking about?

OurWinnipeg

This is the City of Winnipeg's city-wide master plan, which guides development through policy.

Complete Communities Direction Strategy 2.0 (CCDS)

Part of the OurWinnipeg master plan, Complete Communities is the primary document for determining how land will be developed as we grow.

Thank you to those who got involved in the virtual events and provided feedback online from July 15 to August 10, 2020. Your feedback is being analyzed and considered to draft the final OurWinnipeg and Complete Communities Direction Strategy 2.0 for Council consideration.

Our city is growing and changing. By 2040, our city is expected to grow by more than 160,000 people, add more than 83,000 new jobs, and require approximately 82,000 new housing units. This is equivalent to adding three cities the size of Brandon, MB to the Winnipeg over the next 20 years.

To accommodate this growth, policies, plans and guidelines are being developed and updated to respond appropriately to the changes we face. This website presents two major planning projects and related materials to provide Winnipeggers with an opportunity to learn about how planning shapes our city, and provide feedback on how you would like to see the City grow in the future.

Please take a moment to consider the materials presented. You can ask questions and provide feedback through the tools listed below.


What are we talking about?

OurWinnipeg

This is the City of Winnipeg's city-wide master plan, which guides development through policy.

Complete Communities Direction Strategy 2.0 (CCDS)

Part of the OurWinnipeg master plan, Complete Communities is the primary document for determining how land will be developed as we grow.

Thank you to those who got involved in the virtual events and provided feedback online from July 15 to August 10, 2020. Your feedback is being analyzed and considered to draft the final OurWinnipeg and Complete Communities Direction Strategy 2.0 for Council consideration.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey is intended to gather feedback on your priorities as Winnipeg grows. Please review the context and instructions provided below.

    Please refer to the ‘at-a-glance’ summary, key information pieces and the draft OurWinnipeg document when responding to the questions below. Questions may also be submitted through the Q & A section of the website.

    This survey is also available in French/Ce sondage est également disponible en français.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Complete Communities 2.0 (CCDS) is based on priorities outlined in OurWinnipeg, and sets future direction for how land will be used in Winnipeg. This version of the CCDS specifically highlights three key directions, namely:

    • Aligning development with transit services
    • Ensuring that a minimum of 50% of all new housing units will be accommodated in the existing built-up areas of the City (Downtown, major redevelopment sites, corridors, mixed used centres, established neighbourhoods)
    • Introducing a greenfield phasing plan to prioritize where new developments (excluding infill) will be located in the future

    Please refer to the ‘at-a-glance’ summary, key information pieces and the draft Complete Communities document when responding to the questions below. Questions may also be submitted through the Q & A section of the website.

    This survey is also available in French/Ce sondage est également disponible en français.




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