Category Archives: Shelbourne Valley

Shelbourne Valley short-term design Option 3

Have you seen the new design option for Shelbourne Street?  Saanich Planning has considered the feedback collected last spring and is proposing a new option consisting of 4 traffic lanes through the Camosun Community as well as cycling infrastructure along … Continue reading

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Lansdowne Road Paving, Aug. 22 – 26

Work crews will be milling and paving Lansdowne Road between Shelbourne Street to Richmond Avenue from Monday, August 22 to Friday, Aug 26. Hours of work will be 7 am to 7 pm. Delays are to be expected. Traffic controllers … Continue reading

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Saanich Cycling Festival: April 19 – call for route ambassadors!

The Saanich Cycling Festival is all set for a BIG Family Bike Ride on April 19, 2015. Read about it here. As in years past, the police-approved BIG Family Bike Ride travels from Camosun College (Lansdowne Campus) along Shelbourne Street and … Continue reading

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Keats Street Pedestrian Bridge Replacement

From the Saanich Capital Works Projects Guide for 2015: Keats Street Pedestrian Bridge Replacement This is a joint project between Transportation, Sanitary Sewer and Water Works to upgrade aging infrastructure – both underground and aboveground. The intent is to replace the … Continue reading

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Lansdowne Road Bike Lanes

From Saanich’s Capital Works Projects Guide for 2015: Lansdowne Road Bike Lanes The project was approved by Council as part of the 2014 Capital Program and will provide a connection on Lansdowne Road from the existing bike lanes on Foul … Continue reading

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Shelbourne Community Kitchen: Grand Opening!

You are invited to the Grand Opening of the Shelbourne Community Kitchen Date: Monday, March 23, 2015 Time: 5pm – 7pm Location: 3541 Shelbourne Street Coffee and snacks will be provided. Please park in the gravel parking lot across the … Continue reading

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Shelbourne Community Kitchen Neighbourhood meeting on August 26

NOTICE TO NEIGHBOURS OF 3541 SHELBOURNE STREET You are invited to attend a meeting to learn more about the Shelbourne Community Kitchen. This will be an opportunity for you to: Meet board members, other volunteers, partner organizations, and the programs … Continue reading

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Shelbourne Valley Action Plan open houses

Both the transportation and urban design consultant reports have been completed, and now it’s time to provide Saanich staff with valuable feedback prior to the first draft of the Shelbourne Valley Action Plan. This plan will dictate what growth should … Continue reading

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Bowker Creek Blueprint wins 2012 EcoStar award

On September 11, the Capital Regional District (CRD) hosted the 2012 EcoStar Community Environmental Awards, which serve to celebrate environmental leaders across the region – the Bowker Creek Blueprint received the EcoStar Award for Integrated Watershed Management! If you are … Continue reading

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Visioning Shelbourne Valley: a free public forum

The Friends of Shelbourne Valley are putting on a free transportation visioning forum, featuring guest speaker Todd Litman on Sunday, September 9th from 1:30-4pm at St. Aidan’s United Church at 3703 St. Aidans Street. What does a great street look … Continue reading

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