Monday, November 16, 2020 - 11:15 AM

Engagement This Week

Public Meeting: 66-68 Queen's Road (Parish Lane Development)
  • Tuesday, November 17 at 1 p.m.
  • Wednesday, November 18 at 7 p.m.

Following a public meeting on November 27, 2019 to discuss rezoning and development for 66-68 Queen’s Road, the applicant changed the proposed design. The applicant now proposes four (4) townhouses (instead of a large residential building) along Queen’s Road and has re-oriented the proposed 36-unit residential building on Harvey Road. For more on this development and to regisiter for one of two planned virtual public meetings, visit:

Public Engagement: Rennie's River Flood Mitigation Project Phase Two
  • Tuesday, November 17 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
A construction project for flood mitigation is being planned along parts of Rennie's River from Kings Bridge Road to Carpasian Road. A virtual public meeting is being held in advance of submitting an environmental assessment application to the provincial government for this work. The goal of this project is to remove the properties along Pringle Place, Vaughan Place, Winter Ave, King's Bridge Rd and The Boulevard from the floodplain, thus protecting them from flooding in the future. To learn about the project details, visit:
Public Engagement: Resilient St. John’s Climate Plan
  • Thursday, November 19 from 6 -7:30 p.m.
Climate change is the biggest challenge of our generation. As part of the City’s goal to address this important issue, the public are invited to participate in a virtual session to provide input into the city’s Resilient St. John’s Climate Plan. This session will provide an opportunity for people to participate in a community conversation and to learn about climate change and to provide personal experiences, perceptions and ideas to the planning process. For more on this engagement plan, go to:
Virtual Information Session: Water Street Project Phase IV
  • Thursday, November 26 at 10 a.m.
The City is planning for the next phase of the Water Street infrastructure project, set to start in spring 2021. The work will be undertaken between Clift’s Baird’s Cove and Job’s Cove. Property owners, business owners, employees and people who live in the area are encouraged to attend a virtual information session and learn about the next phase of work. For more on the project, visit: