Portage & Main revitalization: survey
The City of Winnipeg is looking for public input on Portage & Main – our city’s iconic intersection – as it considers enhancing the public space around it while replacing the membrane (waterproofing layer) that protects the underground concourse.
As Winnipeggers, your input is important and can help shape the future of the intersection. We encourage you to share your thoughts by taking the online survey.
Downtown Winnipeg BIZ continues to advocate for Portage & Main to be open and accessible to all.
Portage Place redevelopment: community consultation on May 30
As a next step in the redevelopment of Portage Place, True North Real Estate Development (TNRED) is seeking input from the community to optimize its transformation to a renewed and supportive mixed-used campus and shape an inclusive space that meets the changing needs of the community as well as contributes to Winnipeg’s long-term health, safety and economic prosperity.
Visit TNSE’s website to learn how to participate in community consultation.
CentrePlan 2050 feedback and open house
Help the City make a long-term plan for the economic and cultural heart of our city. CentrePlan 2050 will guide investment in downtown parks, streets, and buildings. The plan will help transform what downtown looks like, how we get around, and how we experience downtown. The goal of CentrePlan 2050 is to get more people living and visiting the neighbourhood.
How to participate:
Your input will help the city set their priorities guiding investment and development for downtown.
Provide your input online by June 15 or attend the open house.
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2023
Time: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Location: Manitoba Hydro Place, 360 Portage Avenue
Format: Drop-in (come and go)
If you have questions or require alternative formats to participate, please contact the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-986-4243.