There is a new proposal: The Springmount Parkette!

Have you ever noticed how HUGE the intersection of Regal and Springmount is? A few neighbours have gotten together to discuss how the space could be used differently and we’ve come up with a proposal that would slow down traffic, make the sidewalk crossing safer and add some green space! The design creates a traditional 3-way intersection, while maintaining the existing road width for both streets and even adds about six parking spots.

Check out the images below and send us your feedback!

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RHRA 2017 Annual General Meeting:

The following motion was adopted, unanimously, by all local residents present at the 2017 Regal Heights Residents’ Association annual general meeting held on November 22nd, 2017:

The Regal Heights Residents Association requests our City Councillor to prepare and move a motion asking City Staff to report on the feasibility of transforming the surplus pavement area at the intersection of Regal Road and Springmount Avenue, allowing for a traditional three-way intersection, new green space and enhanced sidewalk connectivity.  The report should include any anticipated impact on safety, street parking, storm water absorption, garbage collection and snow removal.

If new green space is created, we propose that this space be named the “Florence Watts Parkette”.

What do you think of this initiative? Send us a note by email (rhra@regalheights.ca) with your thoughts!

 

The Springmount Parkette

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