How might we engage diverse communities in the renewal of Waterfront Park?

Term: Spring 2020
Department: School of Public Administration
Course: PADM 309 (Municipal Administration and Community Involvement in BC)
Instructors: Alison McNeil, John Leeburn
Staff contact: Adam Vasilevich (City of North Vancouver)

The City of North Vancouver is planning a major renewal of their Waterfront Park. They would like to know how the municipality can engage diverse sections of the population on this project. Students developed a public engagement strategy for the Waterfront Park renewal project, focusing on the following demographics:
(1) youth (13-18 years old)
(2) non-English as a first language speakers, particularly those who may be new to Canada and/or community
(3) children (12 and under)
(4) City of North Vancouver population beyond the direct vicinity of the park (e.g. Central Lonsdale)

Project showcased at HUBBUB #2

Waterfront Park Renewal Engagement Strategy
Using elements from all of the steps in the IAP2 ladder, our teams public engagement proposal empowers the public to create a Waterfront Park that they desire.

Team members:
Jacqueline Pilcher – 3rd year, Bachelor in Business Administration.
Tony Pham – 4th, Bachelor in Business Administration.
Eliza Moat – 2nd year, Applied Behaviour Analysis – Autism.