We Make Milton - Official Plan project

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Public engagement is at the heart of We Make Milton, the multi-year review and update to the Town of Milton's Official Plan, which will manage growth to the year 2051.

Launched in July 2019, We Make Milton engages residents so that the new Official Plan reflects the needs of our community. This project is now exploring the 'Big Questions’ about how we live, move, work and grow in Milton, as we achieve the Council-endorsed land use vision.

Watch this page for opportunities to engage in policy topics like Growing in Milton. (Surveys on living, moving and working in Milton

Public engagement is at the heart of We Make Milton, the multi-year review and update to the Town of Milton's Official Plan, which will manage growth to the year 2051.

Launched in July 2019, We Make Milton engages residents so that the new Official Plan reflects the needs of our community. This project is now exploring the 'Big Questions’ about how we live, move, work and grow in Milton, as we achieve the Council-endorsed land use vision.

Watch this page for opportunities to engage in policy topics like Growing in Milton. (Surveys on living, moving and working in Milton are closed but you can comment on any topic in the Feedback Forum.)

Get involved - we value your input!

  • Attend an event to shape the future of ‘Working in Milton’

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    The Town of Milton invites residents and stakeholders to attend engagement sessions to learn and comment on work-related topics that will shape the future of Milton.

    Public engagement is at the heart of We Make Milton, the new Official Plan project that will manage growth and development in the community to the year 2051.

    The Working in Milton step of the project explores policy options for how to:

    • Protect Milton’s existing and future employment base.
    • Accommodate and attract a spectrum of industries and businesses.
    • Sustain and foster future employment growth through flexibility and adaptability.
    • Address climate change, greenhouse gas emissions and air quality.
    • Encourage employment intensification in mixed-use and strategic growth areas.
    • Support and expand existing and future employment in rural areas.

    Attend a Working in Milton engagement session:

    Other ways to get involved:

    The community can visit Let’s Talk Milton to engage in a variety of ways:

    Background

    A report with policy recommendations will go to Milton Council for approval in July. Engagement on the remaining We Make Milton policy theme, Growing in Milton, will occur later this year.

    In 2021, Milton Council endorsed a modern, forward-looking land-use vision for the new Official Plan that reflects our diverse, young and innovative community: ‘Milton 2051: Choice Shapes Us. In 2051, Milton offers a diversity of options for how and where we live, work, move and grow. As we evolve, choice is what shapes us.’

  • Town seeks community feedback on ‘Working in Milton’

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    The Town of Milton is seeking public input on how people work in Milton, to inform the review and update of the Official Plan that will shape the future of Milton.

    Public engagement is at the heart of We Make Milton, the new Official Plan project that will manage growth and development in the community to the year 2051.

    The Working in Milton step of the project explores policy options regarding how to:

    • Protect Milton’s existing and future employment base.
    • Accommodate and attract a spectrum of industries and businesses.
    • Sustain and foster future employment growth through flexibility and adaptability.
    • Address climate change, greenhouse gas emissions and air quality.
    • Encourage employment intensification in mixed-use and strategic growth areas.
    • Support and expand existing and future employment in rural areas.


    How to get involved:

    The community can visit Let’s Talk Milton to engage in a variety of ways:

    See more details about information sessions under Key Dates on Let’s Talk Milton.

    A report with policy recommendations will go to Milton Council for approval in July. Engagement on the remaining We Make Milton policy theme, Growing in Milton, will occur later this year.

    In 2021, Milton Council endorsed a modern, forward-looking land-use vision for the new Official Plan that reflects our diverse, young and innovative community: ‘Milton 2051: Choice Shapes Us. In 2051, Milton offers a diversity of options for how and where we live, work, move and grow. As we evolve, choice is what shapes us.’

  • Get moving to have your say on transportation issues in Milton

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    There is still time to have your say on important transportation topics that will shape the future of Milton.

    Public engagement is at the heart of We Make Milton, the review and update to our Official Plan. This plan will manage growth in our community to the year 2051.

    Moving in Milton explores six ‘Big Questions’ on moving people and goods in Milton:

    • Accessibility, Equity and Inclusion
    • Connectivity, Continuity, and Convenience
    • Growth and Traffic Management
    • Moving Goods and Services
    • Sustainability
    • Rural Area


    Complete the survey and get involved:

    The community can visit Let’s Talk Milton to engage in a variety of ways:


    Background

    A report with policy considerations will go to Milton Council for approval in June. Engagement on the remaining We Make Milton policy themes (Working in Milton, Growing in Milton) will occur later this year.

    In 2021, Milton Council endorsed a modern, forward-looking land-use vision for the new Official Plan that reflects our diverse, young and innovative community: ‘Milton 2051: Choice Shapes Us. In 2051, Milton offers a diversity of options for how and where we live, work, move and grow. As we evolve, choice is what shapes us.’

  • Attend an event to shape the future of ‘Moving in Milton’

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    The Town of Milton invites residents and stakeholders to attend engagement sessions to learn and comment on transportation topics that will shape the future of Milton.

    Public engagement is at the heart of We Make Milton, the new Official Plan project that will manage growth and development in the community to the year 2051.

    Moving in Milton explores ‘Big Questions’ on moving people and goods in Milton:

    • Accessibility, Equity and Inclusion
    • Connectivity, Continuity, and Convenience
    • Growth and Traffic Management
    • Moving Goods and Services
    • Sustainability
    • Rural Area

    Attend an information session:

    Other ways to get involved:

    The community can visit Let’s Talk Milton to engage in a variety of ways:

    Background

    A report with policy recommendations will go to Milton Council for approval in June. Engagement on the remaining We Make Milton policy themes (Working in Milton, Growing in Milton) will occur later this year.

    In 2021, Milton Council endorsed a modern, forward-looking land-use vision for the new Official Plan that reflects our diverse, young and innovative community: ‘Milton 2051: Choice Shapes Us. In 2051, Milton offers a diversity of options for how and where we live, work, move and grow. As we evolve, choice is what shapes us.’

  • Town seeks community feedback on ‘Moving in Milton’

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    The Town of Milton is seeking public input on transportation-related topics to inform the review and update of the Official Plan that will shape the future of Milton.

    Public engagement is at the heart of We Make Milton, the new Official Plan project that will manage growth and development in the community to the year 2051.

    This step in the project explores policy options for ‘Moving in Milton’ – transportation topics that affect the lives of residents and address important community issues.

    Moving in Milton explores six ‘Big Questions’ on moving people and goods in Milton:

    • Accessibility, Equity and Inclusion
    • Connectivity, Continuity, and Convenience
    • Growth and Traffic Management
    • Moving Goods and Services
    • Sustainability
    • Rural Area

    How to get involved:

    The community can visit Let’s Talk Milton to engage in a variety of ways:

    Watch for more details about information sessions on Let’s Talk Milton.

    A report with policy recommendations will go to Milton Council for approval in June. Engagement on the remaining We Make Milton policy themes (Working in Milton, Growing in Milton) will occur later this year.

    In 2021, Milton Council endorsed a modern, forward-looking land-use vision for the new Official Plan that reflects our diverse, young and innovative community: ‘Milton 2051: Choice Shapes Us. In 2051, Milton offers a diversity of options for how and where we live, work, move and grow. As we evolve, choice is what shapes us.’

  • Big questions: Living in Milton

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    We Make Milton moved forward with Council-endorsed policy directions for the Living in Milton theme – which includes topics that impact the everyday life of residents and address important community issues. These topics are affordability and housing choice, climate change and resiliency, history and cultural heritage, parks and recreation, places of worship, rural living, urban design, and youth.

    Thank you to all those who shared their feedback on these Living in Milton policy topics. For details about the Living in Milton policy topics, read the:

    1. Introduction to Phase 3: Living in Milton
    2. Living in Milton: Background and Information Report
    3. Living in Milton: Big Questions Report
    4. Council Report on Policy Directions (Living): June 2022
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