City of Charlottetown: Upcoming events

1. Workshops for an Age-Friendly City

The Seniors Engagement Committee of the City of Charlottetown is launching a series of engagement workshops to obtain input and feedback from the senior and near senior population. The feedback collected will be used to assist in the development of an action plan for an age-friendly city for Charlottetown. An age-friendly community is one where policies, services, and structures are designed in particular to support and enable older people to live in a secure environment, enjoy good health, and continue to participate fully in their communities.

Dates and locations:

  1. Monday, November 1, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Malcolm J. Darrach Community Centre, 1 Avonlea Drive
  2. Wednesday, November 3, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at West Royalty Community Centre, 1 Kirkdale Road
  3. Thursday, November 4, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. at Holy Redeemer’s Jack Blanchard Family Centre, 7 Pond Street

Pre-registration is required: To register, call 902-368-1025 or email seniors@charlottetown.ca. Participants of the in-person engagement workshops must be fully vaccinated and bring proof of vaccination and a government photo ID to the session.

The online survey is now launched and can be found here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/agefriendlycitycharlottetown
(No deadline provided)

More on this topic:


2. Short-term Rental Regulations

The City of Charlottetown is hosting a public meeting on Tuesday, November 9, at 7 p.m. at the Confederation Centre of the Arts to obtain feedback on the proposed short-term rental regulations.

To attend the meeting in person, you must reserve your seats. Details of the Notice of Meeting and discussion items are listed in the full meeting agenda.

Details of the process, draft regulations, and more are available here.

Report a typo, or send a question or comment by e-mail to:
newcharlottetownproject@eastlink.ca

Author: New Charlottetown Project

Barbara Dylla has lived in Charlottetown since 2017. The aim of this blog is to inspire and encourage Charlottetowners to be more aware of municipal affairs, to participate as engaged citizens, to support an issue close to their heart, so that together we create a sense of the larger community we live in. And, along the way, become a united community passionate about making Charlottetown the best it can be.

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