Oakridge Crossing | Community Workshop
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Community workshop

Community Workshop

The City of Calgary is putting on workshops in conjunction with Calgary Co-op and Quarry Bay Investments in regards to the Oakridge Crossing project.

As you know, in December 2016, a Land Use Amendment application and development permit were submitted for an area located in the Southwest quadrant of the city at 2580 Southland Dr. S.W. (Oakridge Co-op site), in the community of Oakridge. The property is currently designated as Commercial – Community 2 (C-C2f0.32h16) District. The applicants are seeking  to redesignate (rezone) the property to a Direct Control District. The rezoning would facilitate a mixed use development which would include a new grocery store, medical building, a multi-residential development and a mixed-use office tower.

A City-led open house was held on Feb. 23, 2017, with over 375 citizens attending. This open house was in addition to two previous open house events and several information kiosk days held at Co-op in 2016.

The City is hosting the workshops as part of their second phase of engagement in evaluating the Oakridge Co-op redevelopment application to listen and learn from citizens as they share their ideas and vision for new development. Participants will be selected from all those who RSVP.

There are two scheduled workshop dates (you only need to attend one):

Saturday, May 13 from 9 a.m. – noon

Or

Wednesday, May 17 from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Click here to RSVP

For more information, please visit the City’s website linked below.

http://calgary.ca/PDA/pd/Pages/Current-studies-and-ongoing-activities/Oakridge-Crossing.aspx

 

2 Comments
  • Dixie Robbins
    Posted at 04:34h, 10 May Reply

    zI am very disappointed that I cannot attend any of the sessions because they are a ll full. How convenient for the City, but not for the citizens
    Dixie Robbins 153877

    • Admin
      Posted at 23:42h, 10 May Reply

      Hi Dixie,

      Thank you for your comments. The workshops are city-led events and unfortunately due to space restrictions at the venue, only so many people can attend each session. You can be added to the City’s waitlist in the event that someone cancels.
      There have been several open houses and engagement activities over the last year, to gather community feedback and ideas. You can also contact us at anytime with your comments and questions about the development and we’d be happy to discuss the project with you.

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