Mill Street Corridor Precinct Neighbourhood Study

The Town has launched a Neighbourhood Study for the Mill Street Corridor Precinct (study area shown in the above map). The study will focus on identifying pedestrian, cycling and vehicular improvements to the street network while ensuring the safety and comfort of all as they move throughout the neighbourhood.

The Neighbourhood Study will build on the area's Secondary Plan, the Town's Cycling Master Plan, Transit Service Strategy, and Transportation Master Plan goals and directives and will seek to ensure that improvements to the local road network address existing and future residents, commuters and visitor needs alike. The will be completed in the Summer of 2019.

The key objectives of the Neighbourhood Study are:

  • To address existing transportation infrastructure deficiencies in the Mill Street Corridor Precinct area;
  • To develop specific plans for the streetscape and public realm in the Mill Street Corridor Precinct area which reflect the role of this area as a gateway to the Georgetown GO Train Station;
  • To identify the feasibility of expanding/improving the Town's trail and park/open space network through the study area, and potential connections and access to greenspace from Mill Street, as it relates to current conditions or future opportunities;
  • To incorporate the recommendations of the Halton Hills Cycling Master Plan in a pedestrian/cycling plan for the study area which will promote a well-connected system ensures pedestrian and cyclist safety, both for the existing and future development of the area; and
  • To recognize the potential for the redevelopment of the Memorial Arena site and adjacent lands for high density residential, community facility and related uses, while recognizing remaining portions of the Mill Street Corridor Precinct area as a stable residential area, where modest changes will be permitted, in keeping with the existing character of the area.

The Town has launched a Neighbourhood Study for the Mill Street Corridor Precinct (study area shown in the above map). The study will focus on identifying pedestrian, cycling and vehicular improvements to the street network while ensuring the safety and comfort of all as they move throughout the neighbourhood.

The Neighbourhood Study will build on the area's Secondary Plan, the Town's Cycling Master Plan, Transit Service Strategy, and Transportation Master Plan goals and directives and will seek to ensure that improvements to the local road network address existing and future residents, commuters and visitor needs alike. The will be completed in the Summer of 2019.

The key objectives of the Neighbourhood Study are:

  • To address existing transportation infrastructure deficiencies in the Mill Street Corridor Precinct area;
  • To develop specific plans for the streetscape and public realm in the Mill Street Corridor Precinct area which reflect the role of this area as a gateway to the Georgetown GO Train Station;
  • To identify the feasibility of expanding/improving the Town's trail and park/open space network through the study area, and potential connections and access to greenspace from Mill Street, as it relates to current conditions or future opportunities;
  • To incorporate the recommendations of the Halton Hills Cycling Master Plan in a pedestrian/cycling plan for the study area which will promote a well-connected system ensures pedestrian and cyclist safety, both for the existing and future development of the area; and
  • To recognize the potential for the redevelopment of the Memorial Arena site and adjacent lands for high density residential, community facility and related uses, while recognizing remaining portions of the Mill Street Corridor Precinct area as a stable residential area, where modest changes will be permitted, in keeping with the existing character of the area.
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