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North Bay’s new community and recreation centre is currently in the design stage. Preliminary drawings and conceptual renderings for the facility, featuring dual-pad ice surfaces and other amenities, have been completed.
Reconstruction of Cassells Street between King Street and Highway 11/17.
Reconstruction of the Seymour Street and Highway 11/17 Intersection.
This multi-use pathway will run from Gormanville Road along Main Street West and Memorial Drive to the end of the existing Kate Pace Way, connecting the north and south ends of North Bay.
The Corporation of the City of North Bay is proposing to improve Lakeshore Drive and Pinewood Park Drive from Ferris Drive to the City’s southern urban boundary limits, approximately 1.04 km south of Decaire Road, being a total distance of approximately 3.7 km.
The City of North Bay, North Bay Mattawa Conservation Authority and the Municipality of East Ferris are undertaking a Trout Lake Watershed and Management Plan.
A key component of the Master Plan is the revitalization of Main Street, which extends from Plouffe Street to Fisher Street, and is the main commercial street within the downtown. Main Street from Cassells Street to Sherbrooke Street and Ferguson Street from Main Street to Oak Street will have an enhanced streetscape treatment to better integrate the downtown with the waterfront.
Installation of a new sewage pumping station and sanitary sewer on Wallace Road.
Advisory Bike Lanes have been added to Memorial Drive. This project was identified in the Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP) as a Pilot Project to create awareness and serve as an education tool about cycling infrastructure.
Building on existing programs, the new Growth Community Improvement Plan (GCIP) offers financial incentives to encourage and support certain private-sector housing projects and developments on industrial lands, as well as those within the City’s Downtown and Waterfront areas.
North Bay’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan (CSWBP) is a coordinated effort to foster a safe, healthy and inclusive community by responding to identified priority risks.
This project upgrades the interior and exterior of the steel standpipe coating system and repairs any structural wearing the standpipe endured since 1982. The project will also upgrade the existing electrical and telecommunications equipment.
The City of North Bay, in partnership with a consultant team lead by Brook McIlroy, undertook a study for the North Bay Downtown Waterfront Master Plan. The Study focused on 4 major tasks: Downtown Waterfront Area Visioning Draft Land-Use and Urban Design Plan; Main Street Streetscape Concept Downtown Waterfront Draft Urban Design Guidelines Implementation; Zoning By-law Amendments