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Help shape Kingston’s future

The City of Kingston is embarking on a journey towards 2051. With our community expected to grow to 220,000 people over the next 25 years, we need new visionary plans for land use and mobility. To help us get there, the City will be creating a new Official Plan and a new Integrated Mobility Plan. Public participation and engagement will be vital to the success of these projects. 

“For the first time in the City’s history, we are completing both of these plans at the same time,” said Laura Flaherty, Project Manager with Planning Services. “These are two substantial and foundational policy projects that will determine how the city grows and moves as we develop during the next quarter century.”  

“Completing these plans at the same time is a unique opportunity for our city,” said Matt Kussin, Manager, Transportation Policy and Programs. “How we choose to get around depends on where we live and where we need to go. Likewise, growth can be directed to areas where future transportation improvements are planned.” 

As part of this process, we are forming a Community Advisory Group to provide input over the course of the projects. The group will be composed of people who reflect the varied experiences and identities that make up our city to ensure a diverse set of voices are consulted and included. If you would like to learn more, please read through the application materials and submit your application before Aug. 9 at 11:55 p.m.  

The Official Plan work will begin this summer, with the Integrated Mobility Plan kicking off later this fall. Both plans are expected to be completed in mid-to-late 2026. Between now and then, there will be many other additional opportunities to provide input. To learn more and stay updated visit the project page and “Subscribe” to receive information about all future events, documents and other notices.  

The City of Kingston acknowledges that we are on the traditional homeland of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat, and thanks these nations for their care and stewardship over this shared land.

Today, the City is committed to working with Indigenous peoples and all residents to pursue a united path of reconciliation.

Learn more about the City's reconciliation initiatives.

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