In partnership with local landowners, municipal staff and ministries, CVC has completed the Shaws Creek Subwatershed Study. This report represents the last phase in the subwatershed study series, preceded by the Background Report (2006) and the Characterization Report (2012).
The Fletchers Creek SNAP Action Plan outlines the collective community and stakeholder vision, goals and actions recommended to make the Fletchers Creek SNAP neighbourhood in Brampton more sustainable, healthy, green and resilient to the impacts of climate change.
The Hungry Hollow SNAP Action Plan outlines the vision, goals and actions recommended to make the Hungry Hollow SNAP neighbourhood in Georgetown more sustainable and resilient to the impacts of climate change. It was developed collaboratively by CVC and the Town of Halton Hills, in consultation with Halton Region and other local stakeholders and community members.
The Hungry Hollow SNAP Background Report is a foundational document to the Hungry Hollow Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan. It profiles existing neighbourhood conditions; documents consultation, social market research and community engagement activities; and highlights the diversity of existing work, sustainability and climate change plans and programs at the watershed, municipal and regional scale.
This report is a call for action. Together we can implement solutions that will restore and maintain the natural environment of the Shaws Creek Subwatershed. We can keep our environment safe, stable and beautiful for generations to come
An outline of CVC Planning and Development Services (PDS) department’s action plan to demonstrate CVC’s continued commitment to customer service excellence in keeping with CVC’s corporate Customer Service Charter and consistent with Conservation Ontario’s Client Service Streamlining Initiative.