McKee Neighbourhood Plan

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The City of Abbotsford has launched a comprehensive four stage planning process to create the McKee Neighbourhood Plan (MNP). The MNP will develop a vision for a new residential neighbourhood anchored by a neighbourhood centre and will be connected with trails, parks and open spaces.

McKee is a mountainside area known for its open space and trails. The MNP presents an opportunity to integrate homes, schools, parks, trails and environmental amenities into a complete neighbourhood.



The City of Abbotsford has launched a comprehensive four stage planning process to create the McKee Neighbourhood Plan (MNP). The MNP will develop a vision for a new residential neighbourhood anchored by a neighbourhood centre and will be connected with trails, parks and open spaces.

McKee is a mountainside area known for its open space and trails. The MNP presents an opportunity to integrate homes, schools, parks, trails and environmental amenities into a complete neighbourhood.



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    A second entrance/exit to Auguston is needed for safety. Will this be considered in the plan.

    Sailor Asked about 21 hours ago

    Yes, Auguston Parkway East will eventually be connected to Sumas Mountain Road, and will be the second entrance/exit for Auguston.

    Mitch

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    Can you please explain the difference between Urban Zoning & Subdivision, as identified on slide #10.

    J. DowLoew Asked about 21 hours ago

    The difference between parcels identified as 'Urban Zoning and Subdivision' and 'Urban Zoning' is that Urban Zoning parcels only have Urban Zoning in place, while Urban Zoning and Subdivision parcels have Urban Zoning as well as the parcel has been subdivided or is in the process of being subdivided.

    Cheers

    Mitch

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    What plan is there, or is it too early, to address infrastructure needs such as schools & fire stations to accommodate the increase in population?

    J. DowLoew Asked about 21 hours ago

    During Stage 2 of the planning process, City Planning staff will create a number of land use concept options that will explore land uses such as schools, parks, and where a fire hall could be located. We will then seek feedback on these concept options from stakeholders and residents, and then we will take that input and create a preferred concept. Then in Stage 3, the engineering team will conduct a complete modelling analysis of all the infrastructure systems for the preferred concept that will accomodate for the projected population increase.

    Cheers

    Mitch

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    What is the timeline for stage 2 through 4?

    S. Ory Asked about 23 hours ago

    Stages 2 through 4 should take approximately 18 months to complete. However, this is a best case scenario and depending on input from stakeholder and public engagement the timeline could take longer.

    Thanks.

    Mitch

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    For many many months we've been hearing that there was going to be a sidewalk built from our development here at 4595 Sumas Mountain Road to connect with Farina. Do you have any idea when this might be built? Also we would like to see a trail built from our development to Auguston from phase 2 of this development.

    MNP Asked 1 day ago

    The City is currently having this project reviewed by the Province for some environmental work that needs to take place in order to enable the construction of the sidewalk. We are anticipating contruction of this sidewalk will begin sometime next summer. 

    Thank-you for your suggestion for a trail connection. City staff wil be conducting a trails analysis as part of Stage 2 planning work, and we will be looking at various options for trails. Once we have some options for residents to review we will be seeking some feedback from residents and user groups. Please stay tuned!

    Thanks,

    Mitch

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    MY Hope that is to kept the Ledgeview bike trails or at less have some other alternatives

    tigger Asked 2 days ago

    Thank-you for your inquiry. During Stage 2 of the planning process,  City staff will be conducting a trails analysis. We will examine which trails can be kept, which trails will have to be decommissioned and where can we potentially build some new trails. Once this analysis is completed, City staff will seek opportunities to engage user groups and residents to get some feedback on the proposed options for trails.