City to Hold Public Consultation Meeting

City to Hold Public Consultation on West Royalty Area Traffic Master Plan
Posted on 04/13/2021

The City of Charlottetown Public Works Department wishes to invite the public to a public consultation for the City to receive feedback on the Transportation Master Plan for the West Royalty Commercial Area. This public meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 26, 2021 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Confederation Centre of the Arts (145 Richmond Street).

Those who wish to participate in the public meeting in person must reserve a seat by visiting https://confederationcentre.com/event-list/?ID=publicmeeting and clicking “Book Now.” Members of the public can also book by phone at 1 (902) 566-1267 or by email at info@confederationcentre.com. For contact tracing purposes, and due to the capacity limit of 300 seats, those wishing to participate in person must register in advance. If capacity is reached, or residents are unable to attend in person, the presentation will also be live streamed at www.charlottetown.ca/video and will be available to watch anytime on the City of Charlottetown’s YouTube channel following the public consultation.

The Confederation Centre is an accessible venue. For more information about the Centre’s accessibility, or to notify box office representatives of specific requirements, please visit https://confederationcentre.com/venues/mainstage-theatre/

In addition to the master plan presentation, uploaded on February 26, 2021, the City’s Public Works department has made the Full Report of the West Royalty Commercial Area Transportation Master Plan available online for residents to consult prior to the public meeting. Both documents are available at www.charlottetown.ca/trafficplan

The plan can also be accessed in the Transportation & Infrastructure tab under the Resident Services dropdown menu on the City of Charlottetown homepage. It is also available in the Plans, Reports & Studies tab in the Resident Services dropdown menu.

Anyone attending the public meeting in person is asked to adhere to the guidelines established by the Chief Public Health Office, which includes washing your hands frequently with soap and water, staying home if you are not feeling well, staying two meters (6 feet) apart from others, and wearing a mask while in closed, indoor public spaces. Up-to-date information about COVID-19 on Prince Edward Island is available at www.princeedwardisland.ca/covid19

Those who are unable to attend the meeting in person are welcome to submit comments on the Master Plan to city@charlottetown.ca

For those who do not wish to submit via email, written submissions will be accepted to the attention of:

Manager, Public Works - City of Charlottetown
P.O. Box 98, 199 Queen Street,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7K2

Written feedback can also be dropped off at City Hall, 199 Queen Street, with the envelope clearly marked to the attention of the Manager of Public Works.

A final West Royalty Commercial Area Transportation Master Plan will then be prepared based on the public input received during the consultation process.

For more information on the Public Works Department and the West Royalty Commercial Area Traffic Master Plan, please call 902-566-5548.