The City of Kingston is holding an interactive engagement session for the public to learn about the Confederation Basin Promenade project. Residents will have an opportunity to share their thoughts and provide feedback on the project.
Two online engagement sessions will be held on Monday, Jun. 21, 2021. City staff and a specialized consulting team will introduce residents to the project and share information about the breakwater, wave conditions and preliminary ideas for the walkway, seating, lighting and a swimming opportunity on the existing stone breakwall that shelters Flora MacDonald Confederation Basin, according to a release from the city. The Confederation Basin Promenade project was ranked #5 in the Waterfront Master Plan.
The Waterfront Master Plan (WFMP) process conceptualized and consulted on the promenade project and a high-level scope of work was established and approved by Council in 2016, according to the release. The promenade project is estimated to cost $2.695M. Learn more on the Confederation Basin Promenade project page.
Get Involved, Kingston!
- Register to attend one of two online engagement sessions at 2 to 4 p.m. or 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, June 21.
- If you wish to follow along but don’t expect to ask questions you can do so on the City’s YouTube channel where the meeting will be closed-captioned and live-streamed.
- An online survey will be available for residents to offer feedback. Go to Get Involved Kingston to sign up for project updates and be notified when the survey is open.
- Request a paper copy of the survey by calling 613-546-0000. We will provide you a postage-paid envelope to return the survey to City Hall.
- Complete the survey over the phone with City staff by calling 613-546-0000.