June 1, 2020 – Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) and the Town of Halton Hills invite residents, businesses and community members of Hungry Hollow – Delrex neighbourhood to attend the Hungry Hollow Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) “Virtual Open House” and provide feedback on the draft Action Plan for their community on Wednesday, June 10, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
The Hungry Hollow SNAP is an exciting new project that will help the community become more sustainable and resilient to the impacts of climate change. The draft Action Plan has been developed using input from local residents, community groups and neighbourhood leaders.
“We’re excited to unveil the proposed vision, goals and actions for the Hungry Hollow-Delrex neighbourhood,” said Andrew Kett, Senior Manager of Education and Outreach at CVC. “We’re proud to partner with the Town of Halton Hills and connect with the local community. Together, we’re working to find action-oriented solutions that will make this neighbourhood greener and more resilient.”
CVC and the Town of Halton Hills developed the draft Action Plan for Hungry Hollow and the Delrex neighbourhood based on community input.
There are two new opportunities for community members to share their feedback:
Hungry Hollow SNAP Virtual Open House
Join this interactive, online public open house to learn about the draft Action Plan. Staff from Credit Valley Conservation and the Town of Halton Hills will be on hand to discuss proposed actions for the neighbourhood and answer questions.
- Wednesday, June 10, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Register at cvc.ca/hhsnapevents or 905-670-1615 ext. 221.
The draft Action Plan can be viewed online at cvc.ca/hhsnap.
About Hungry Hollow SNAP
Hungry Hollow SNAP is a comprehensive plan for climate action and sustainable urban renewal at the neighbourhood scale. The Delrex neighbourhood in Georgetown is a mature, urban area beloved for its small-town setting. It connects with Hungry Hollow – a largely undeveloped, publicly-owned ravine valued for its natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. Silver Creek and Black Creek flow through the deep valley connecting the neighbourhood to the Credit River. Hungry Hollow contains important forests, wetlands and cold-water streams that support abundant, diverse wildlife. Hungry Hollow SNAP is CVC’s second SNAP in the Credit River Watershed.
Learn more at cvc.ca/hhsnap.
Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is a local conservation authority established by the Ontario government in 1954 to protect, restore and enhance the natural environment of the Credit River watershed. That watershed is the area of land where all rainfall, snowmelt and runoff drains (“sheds”) into lands and waters flowing into the Credit River. CVC creates connections between people and nature, knowledge and action. It inspires a deep appreciation for the role of nature in keeping people connected, healthy and happy. CVC is a member of Conservation Ontario.
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