DOWNTOWN REIMAGINED

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Exciting transformation is coming to Downtown Grimsby!


The Town of Grimsby is gearing up to work with the community and stakeholders to update the vision for Downtown Grimsby's public realm. The foundation for this project is built upon the 2009 Community Improvement Plan (CIP) document, as well as the supporting documents used to create the CIP; Downtown Master Plan (2009), and the Downtown Design Guidelines (2010). The guiding documents are in need of a refresh and we want you to be a part of it. We will engage the public and stakeholders in order to advance this significant community project. A new watermain is being planned for downtown in 2023 and this infrastructure project will be used as the opportunity to reimagine downtown Grimsby.


The project limits are focused on Main Street, from Christie Street and Mountain Street to the west and Elm Street to the east.


The work will be carried out in three phases:


How can you help? We're looking to our residents, visitors, and stakeholders for their ideas and input as we begin creating a vision for Downtown Grimsby. Check out this project page for various ways to contribute ideas and comments to help shape the vision.


Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to receive the latest project updates.



Let's Talk Parking!

Do you know where to park in Downtown Grimsby? Check out one of these municipal parking lots.

Municipal parking lots shown in blue. Pedestrian travel paths highlighted in green.

1. Elizabeth Street Parking Lot

2. Main Street, North Parking Lot

3. Balsam Lane Parking Lot

4. Lions Pool Parking Lot



The Town has received funding through Niagara Region’s Public Realm Investment Program to construct a temporary parklet in our Downtown core. A parklet is a tactical urbanism concept and is considered ‘pop-up’ and ‘temporary’ and a method to use a short term project as a way to inform long term plans. The parklet is our kick-off to Downtown Reimagined! Click on the link for more information Downtown Reimagined Project Launch Press Release.


Exciting transformation is coming to Downtown Grimsby!


The Town of Grimsby is gearing up to work with the community and stakeholders to update the vision for Downtown Grimsby's public realm. The foundation for this project is built upon the 2009 Community Improvement Plan (CIP) document, as well as the supporting documents used to create the CIP; Downtown Master Plan (2009), and the Downtown Design Guidelines (2010). The guiding documents are in need of a refresh and we want you to be a part of it. We will engage the public and stakeholders in order to advance this significant community project. A new watermain is being planned for downtown in 2023 and this infrastructure project will be used as the opportunity to reimagine downtown Grimsby.


The project limits are focused on Main Street, from Christie Street and Mountain Street to the west and Elm Street to the east.


The work will be carried out in three phases:


How can you help? We're looking to our residents, visitors, and stakeholders for their ideas and input as we begin creating a vision for Downtown Grimsby. Check out this project page for various ways to contribute ideas and comments to help shape the vision.


Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to receive the latest project updates.



Let's Talk Parking!

Do you know where to park in Downtown Grimsby? Check out one of these municipal parking lots.

Municipal parking lots shown in blue. Pedestrian travel paths highlighted in green.

1. Elizabeth Street Parking Lot

2. Main Street, North Parking Lot

3. Balsam Lane Parking Lot

4. Lions Pool Parking Lot



The Town has received funding through Niagara Region’s Public Realm Investment Program to construct a temporary parklet in our Downtown core. A parklet is a tactical urbanism concept and is considered ‘pop-up’ and ‘temporary’ and a method to use a short term project as a way to inform long term plans. The parklet is our kick-off to Downtown Reimagined! Click on the link for more information Downtown Reimagined Project Launch Press Release.


Page last updated: 26 November 2021, 15:24