This is the second round of engagement in the Imagining Phase to develop Whistler’s Parks Master Plan
Hey Whistler! You spoke, and we listened. Now, the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) wants you to take the next OUTSIDE VOICE survey to let us know your thoughts on our final preferred Big Ideas and their priority for seven Whistler parks.
This is the second round of public engagement in the Imagining Phase as the RMOW develops Whistler’s Parks Master Plan.
“We appreciate all the community’s work so far to provide input, and we are now past the halfway mark,” said Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton.
“Thank you for keeping the momentum going and using your OUTSIDE VOICES again by taking this next survey to finalize plans for our parks. By being engaged every step of the way, we can ensure the final plans reflect the community’s desire to keep Whistler’s parks vibrant and fresh well into the future.”
At the beginning of the Imagining Phase, an open house and survey was held in June to consider bold ideas for Whistler’s busier parks. Over 600 people participated in the survey and attended the open house.
Based on the input, the RMOW has now developed refined bubble diagrams to reflect the preferred direction of park designs. Parks with refined bubble diagrams are: Rainbow Park, Meadow Park, Spruce Grove Park, Lost Lake Park, Alpha Lake Park, Wedge Park and Parkhurst.
So, what do you think about the preferred Big Ideas and their priority?
Let us know your thoughts. Take the next OUTSIDE VOICE survey now.
Your input is central to ensuring the final Whistler’s Parks Master Plan meets the needs of the community for many years to come.
The survey takes 10 minutes and closes on Monday, September 23.
Plans move into action next year
After hearing from you, the RMOW will move into the final Designing Phase. High level conceptual designs and costing will be developed to move plans into action, and a final round of public engagement will occur in the fall.
Conceptual designs are expected to be complete in 2019, with detailed designs and construction of priority items then advanced in 2020.
Learn full details at whistler.ca/OUTSIDEVOICE