Connect Rupert Continued: Complete Communities Plan

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The City of Prince Rupert is completing a study to make our streets safer for walking and rolling. Over the pas few months, the City and the planning team at Urban Systems have been completing an assessment of its existing road and sidewalk network. This assessment will help the City plan for future infrastructure and policy improvements that were recommended in Connect Rupert, our recently-completed transportation plan.

During this time, we will be engaging with community members to understand where people are walking and what challenges currently exist when walking throughout Prince Rupert. Your input will help the City to identify priorities and opportunities to make walking a more attractive transportation option for more residents.

  • An online survey (see below), available from May 27 to June 17, 2024; and
  • A community open house will be held May 29, 2024, at The Jim Ciccone Civic Center from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

This study is being completed as part of the Complete Communities Program, funded by the Province of B.C. Ministry of Housing and will build on the City’s existing plans, including Connect Rupert, Rupert Plays (Parks, Recreation, and Open Spaces Plan), the Asset Management and Infrastructure Replacement Strategy, and the new Official Community Plan.

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The City of Prince Rupert is completing a study to make our streets safer for walking and rolling. Over the pas few months, the City and the planning team at Urban Systems have been completing an assessment of its existing road and sidewalk network. This assessment will help the City plan for future infrastructure and policy improvements that were recommended in Connect Rupert, our recently-completed transportation plan.

During this time, we will be engaging with community members to understand where people are walking and what challenges currently exist when walking throughout Prince Rupert. Your input will help the City to identify priorities and opportunities to make walking a more attractive transportation option for more residents.

  • An online survey (see below), available from May 27 to June 17, 2024; and
  • A community open house will be held May 29, 2024, at The Jim Ciccone Civic Center from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

This study is being completed as part of the Complete Communities Program, funded by the Province of B.C. Ministry of Housing and will build on the City’s existing plans, including Connect Rupert, Rupert Plays (Parks, Recreation, and Open Spaces Plan), the Asset Management and Infrastructure Replacement Strategy, and the new Official Community Plan.

Subscribe to the project to stay connected and be the first to know about upcoming opportunities to engage!


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Interactive Map

24 days

Answer the following questions by adding a point to the map. 

We would like to know what the current strengths and weaknesses of Prince Rupert’s transportation network are. What do you like about it? What would you like to see more of? Where are the gaps in the network? Are there areas with transportation safety concerns? 

Place a pin where you would want to identify a strength or weakness and provide a brief comment or description. Be sure to select the appropriate transportation mode.

Thank you to everyone who provided comments on the map! This map consultation has concluded.