Fairfield Gonzales Neighbourhood improvement priorities

You are the expert on your own community, and the FGCA Neighbourhood Improvement Committee is seeking your input on what would make Fairfield Gonzales even better! Is there a park that needs rejuvenating? An intersection or street in need of a crosswalk? A perfect spot for a bench? Send us your ideas!

Not sure what to suggest? Residents have shared ideas for:

  • Amenities:  such as benches, lighting, water-fountains
  • Transportation improvements: such as pedestrian-controlled lights, speed limit changes, or on-street accessible parking
  • Services: such as yard waste disposal, grant programs

We are currently recruiting new members! If you’re passionate on making your neighbourhood a better place to live, please email event@fairfieldcommunity.ca

Neighbourhood improvement priorities

  • We may use this to get in touch about your idea, and will not share it with any third party
  • Thank you for sharing your thoughts! 

    How will this be used?

    We will share a summary of ideas with the community via our newsletter and social media channels, and will provide a full list of comments to the City at least once a year. We will also use your feedback to develop our City budget priorities to send to Mayor and Council in the fall, and to help the FGCA understand community needs and seek opportunities to improve our neighbourhood. Please note that any submissions that are not of a constructive nature will not be used.

    If you’d like to contact the City directly, you can do so through the Connect Victoria appsubmit a service request online, or phone Public Works at 250-361-0400. You can also email mayor and council at mayorandcouncil@victoria.ca 

    Who are we?

    The Neighbourhood Improvement Committee conducts research and proposes solutions to issues of social justice, environmental sustainability, the built environment, urban form, transportation, parks, and related matters so as to improve our neighbourhood. It is contributing to our vision of a ‘connected, collaborative, inclusive, and sustainable community.’ If you’d like to help, get in touch, we are always seeking new members!

    Terms of Reference for the Neighbourhood Improvement Committee