Join us for an Open House to review the final plans!
As the Final Design Phase nears completion, the Niagara Street Now team invites you to an “Open House” to preview the final plans and to update the community on project cost and schedule. This will be the last meeting before the project moves forward into the Construction Phase.
- Thursday, July 13, 2017
- D’Youville College
- Madonna Hall, Madonna Lounge
- 334 Porter Ave, Buffalo, NY
- 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Feedback on the preferred street design and green infrastructure elements
As preliminary design neared completion, the Niagara Street Now team sought feedback on the preferred street design and concepts for green infrastructure.
An update design was presented at a community meeting on December 13th. Concepts from that meeting can be viewed in this presentation.
Public comment was open between December 13th and December 21st.
Stay in the know of opportunities to get involved with Niagara Street Now.
Sign up today and we’ll notify you by email as the work progresses.
The City of Buffalo reached out to community members to what is important as it transforms Niagara Street Now. The survey was used to gather a multitude of perspectives and ideas.
The survey closed on JANUARY 31, 2016.
Results of the survey were on display at the February Community Workshops and were incorporated into the community recommendations for the re-design of Niagara Street, from Porter to Ontario.
February Community Workshops
On February 16th, 17th, or 18th, Community Workshops were held to explore the results of the survey and offer ideas on how the streetscape could be re-imagined to address community concerns, priorities and values.
View the Work Timeline for details of the process and how the community will be involved.
February 16, 17, 18, 2016!
Community Vision Update
On March 31st, from 6pm – 7:30 at D’Youville College’s Madonna Hall (334 Porter Ave), the Niagara Street Now team presented an update on the community vision generated from the robust community engagement process.
The major community values and concerned expressed through the process were reviewed and participants were offered to opportunity to give final comments on the”vision document” before it is forwarded to the team of landscape architects and engineers who will develop preliminary designs for the streetscape.
Missed the meeting?
Check out the vision document and offer your feedback until April 8th.
View the Work Timeline for details of the process and how the community has shaped this work to date.