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We’ve Reached a Milestone – a Draft Plan

We’ve developed a draft plan for Fleetwood. This marks a key milestone in the project. The draft plan will guide growth over the next 30+ years in the community. With the extension of the Surrey-Langley SkyTrain line, Fleetwood is going to become an even more attractive place to live.

One of the most significant changes to the draft plan is the increase in the amount of parkland. Throughout the engagement process, participants have said that more parkland and recreation amenities are needed to accommodate the growing population. Climate action and the pandemic have amplified this need. To address this the draft plan doubles the amount of existing parkland by creating 12 new parks and expanding nine existing parks, including a new athletic park.

Other key features of the plan include a high street around 160 Street at Fraser Highway, an employment district around the 166 Street station, and an integrated network of future transit, pathways and cycle tracks.

Explore the Draft Plan

What’s Next?

We just wrapped up our most recent round of engagement on the draft plan. Check back in October for the engagement findings. This Fall we will report to Council on what was heard and bring forward an updated stage one (draft) plan. From there, the planning process will shift into the second stage of work, which includes a review of utility and infrastructure, financing, urban design and other supportive policies. Additional opportunities for community engagement will be offered moving forward. A final plan is expected to be ready for public review in early 2023.


We’ve Reached a Milestone – a Draft Plan

We’ve developed a draft plan for Fleetwood. This marks a key milestone in the project. The draft plan will guide growth over the next 30+ years in the community. With the extension of the Surrey-Langley SkyTrain line, Fleetwood is going to become an even more attractive place to live.

One of the most significant changes to the draft plan is the increase in the amount of parkland. Throughout the engagement process, participants have said that more parkland and recreation amenities are needed to accommodate the growing population. Climate action and the pandemic have amplified this need. To address this the draft plan doubles the amount of existing parkland by creating 12 new parks and expanding nine existing parks, including a new athletic park.

Other key features of the plan include a high street around 160 Street at Fraser Highway, an employment district around the 166 Street station, and an integrated network of future transit, pathways and cycle tracks.

Explore the Draft Plan

What’s Next?

We just wrapped up our most recent round of engagement on the draft plan. Check back in October for the engagement findings. This Fall we will report to Council on what was heard and bring forward an updated stage one (draft) plan. From there, the planning process will shift into the second stage of work, which includes a review of utility and infrastructure, financing, urban design and other supportive policies. Additional opportunities for community engagement will be offered moving forward. A final plan is expected to be ready for public review in early 2023.


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Proposed Land Use

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Have a look around the Draft Fleetwood Plan land use concept and explore the future of Fleetwood.  See where people, parks, pathways and plazas may go!

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Where would you like to see new or improved parks and amenities?

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Fleetwood is home to many local parks and community facilities. As the population grows these parks and facilities will need to be expanded or new ones added to meet the increased need. When identifying new park locations, the City tries to meet the goal of having a park within a 5 minute walk of residential areas in town centres. 

Click on the 'Add Pin (+)' button in the menu, select a pin and drag it onto the map to provide feedback on the following questions. Be sure to include a comment.  You can even add an image!

  1. Where would you like to see improvements to and/or expansion of existing parks and facilities?
  2. Where do you think new parks and community facilities should be located?
  3. What type of parks, amenities or community facilities would you like to see?
CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
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Connections: Where would you like to see new or improved connections in Fleetwood?

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You've shared how you wished Fleetwood was easier to get around. Now is the time to explore this. Fleetwood’s street network is going to change as it grows. How can we make Fleetwood more walkable, and easier to get around by active transportation (walk, bike, etc.), by transit and by car.  

Click on the 'Add Pin (+)' button in the menu, select a pin and drag it onto the map to provide feedback on the following questions. Be sure to include a comment.  You can even add an image!

  1. What improvements would make it easier for you to get around?
  2. What new connections would you like to see in Fleetwood?
CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 17 September 2021, 12:25