Review information, updates, newsletters and guidance for the City of Victoria’s Neighbourhood Associations.
What’s Happening in the City
My Great Neighbourhood Newsletter (City of Victoria Neighbourhood Staff Report)
Explore the City of Victoria’s an online engagement platform, ‘Have Your Say’:
Using an online engagement platform is part of the City of Victoria’s effort to open up our public engagement activities and make it easier for people to get involved in civic life.
Participating in public input opportunities on the https://engage.victoria.ca/ site is a convenient way to:
- Share your voice
- Contribute at a time and place that suits you
- Provide input on a range of issues and topics affecting your city
- See what other community members think and engage in a discussion
How do I sign up?
To become a registered user:
- Sign up by clicking on the “sign in” button and selecting “register”
- Provide your email address
- Create a password
- Enter your postal code and year of birth
- Choose a screen name (username)
- Respond to the confirmation email to activate your account
- Return to the main page and click the “sign in” button
Your comments will appear under your screen name (username) and you can comment anonymously through a username of your choice. The identity of registered participants (such as email address) is not revealed to anyone other than the administrators who manage the site – it remains within the platform hosted by a third party – which is fully compliant with B.C. and Canada laws on privacy.
How do I provide input?
Your input can be submitted using the online options that are relevant to each of the projects that are currently open for consultation. This can include a survey, poll, discussion or ideas forum, or the places tool. Note: in order to provide input, you need to be signed in.
My Great Neighbourhood Grants
Got an idea for a community project or activity? Check out the My Great Neighbourhood Grants and apply for up to $5,000 to improve your neighbourhood.
Have lots of ideas but not sure where to start? This guide will help you work with your neighbours to set priorities, and map out a plan on how to continue to improve your neighbourhood.
NeighbourHub- A Neighbourhood Gathering and Meeting Space
Located at 709/711 Douglas Street, this welcoming place was created for organizations and non-profits that work with residents and their neighbourhoods to be able to book for events and meetings. It also features an lending library and outdoor seating. Learn more here.