NOTEBOOK: Grassroots community engagement sprouts in Fringewood

Think Fringewood sign. Photo via Facebook.

(photo via Facebook)

A quick note this week to alert our readers in Fringewood South to a new community initiative called ThinkFringewood.com.

I talked to one of the organizers last weekend, and he says it’s a project launched by a small group of residents who want to start a dialogue about some ongoing neighbourhood issues like traffic safety, parks and nature, accessibility and nearby development.

It’s great to see residents taking the initiative to get more engaged in their community. If you live in Fringewood (or nearby), the deadline to share your comments is April 22.


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1 thought on “NOTEBOOK: Grassroots community engagement sprouts in Fringewood”

  1. Good luck launching this initiative.
    We propose building a home on one of the enclaves off Fringewood this year if possible.
    In applying for a building permit we found there did not seem to be liaison between City & MVCA.
    This is a concern as Poole creek could flood if not properly monitored and maintained.

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