Community Association Land Use Committee
The C.A.L.U.C., upon request of the City, reviews a variety of development applications & proposals for rezoning, subdividing and street development in the Fairfield area, and hears and records public input on these matters. Community Meeting General Info.
Meeting Dates and Time:
Meetings may be cancelled if no projects are brought to the agenda
Meet every 2nd Thursday (may change according to needs, please check dates below)
Location: 1330 Fairfield Rd (unless stated otherwise)
Email email@example.com for information or to get on the agenda.
CALUC members: David Biltek – Chair, Alice Albert, Susan Kainer, Robin Jones, Don Monsour, David Barlow, David “Dubya” Wales, Kevin Warren, Kevin White, Nic Humphries, Joanne Thibault.
Agenda items for Upcoming Community Meetings
Past Meeting Minutes
Minutes of past community meetings are posted here.
Report on CRD response to community feedback re: Dallas Rd and Clover Pt amenities
In the late spring of 2017 we conducted consultation with residents about how the Dallas Road area could change after the construction of the pumping station and forcemain for the wastewater treatment project. The results were sent to the CRD and they committed to a community meeting at the 50% design stage. That meeting took place on January 11th.
We have prepared a report that details how the CRD has responded to each suggestion made in the report sent to them in 2017. For each suggestion, there is a recommended course of actions that should be taken soon.
Beacon Hill Park Multi-Use Pathway
The CRD Wastewater Treatment project has provided the City of Victoria with $100,000 to allocate towards community improvements. When the City approached the James Bay Neighbourhood Association and the Fairfield Gonzales Community Association for potential projects, both associations were supportive of creating a multi-use pathway linking the two communities through a portion of Beacon Hill Park.
We invite the community to an open house to learn more about the project and to seek your input.
When: Tuesday February 20, 2018, 6:30-8:00pm
Where: South Park Elementary School gymnasium, 508 Douglas St.
You can also send feedback via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information from recent meetings:
Thursday June 7th at 6:30PM, Fairfield Gonzales Community Place, 1330 Fairfield Road.
Notice for 331 St Charles Meeting. You are invited to a Community Meeting regarding a proposed development in Fairfield. The City is considering a Development Variance Permit application to subdivide two lots, 331 & 337 St Charles, in order to create a third lot and construct a single family dwelling with a secondary suite on the new lot. See details on the City’s Development Tracker website
April 12 – 7.00pm – Abigail’s Hotel
Abigail’s hotel at 906 McClure St. has bought the adjacent house at 910 McClure St.
The proposal is to build a standalone hotel with main floor breakfast area and three floors of hotel rooms (11 in total). There will be an extension of the surface parking at the rear of the property. The current property is zoned as R-K and the proposal is to have it re-zoned to T-7 which is consistent with Abigail’s current zoning.
PARC residences at Fort and Broughton: Rezoning for a large retirement living complex to also include all ages rental housing, childcare, and retail/office space.
137-139 Robertson: 4 unit development
7:45pm at Cook Street Activity Centre
Multistorey, multifamily residential development at Cook and Pendergast. More info coming soon.
Community meeting for proposed new duplex at 1139 Chapman St.
Community meeting for 1150 McLure St., addition causing a rezoning
1712/1720 Fairfield Rd.
Visit the above link to find information and direction around development, zoning and Community Association Land Use Committees (CALUC)
The Development Tracker follows the progress of rezoning applications and will be of interest to both applicants and neighbourhood residents. Once a proposal has been filed with the City, the status of current Fairfield-Gonzales projects (as well as all others) may be reviewed by clicking the link above
City of Victoria ~ Maps
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