CTR Master Plan Update 2023

recreation, culture, tourism

The City of Timmins is updating its Culture, Tourism and Recreation (CTR) Master Plan, originally prepared in 2014, to guide the future direction in planning recreational, cultural, and tourism facilities, programs and services. 

The updated CTR Master Plan will celebrate the City's successes to date and address future needs and opportunities for recreation, sports, culture, and tourism. The Plan will also guide future investment in facilities, programs, services, and partnerships. 

The City of Timmins has commissioned Sierra Planning and Management to review and update the Master Plan. The principal objectives of the program are to determine community priorities and develop a series of recommendations and actions to accommodate the current and future recreational, cultural, and tourism opportunities for the City of Timmins.

Master Plan Scope:

The City's CTR Master Plan will be a guiding document that looks at current and future plans for City indoor and outdoor facilities, sports venues, parks and playgrounds,  aquatics, cultural events and programming, tourism assets and more. It is a detailed plan that encompasses all facets of culture, tourism, and recreation that is managed at the municipal level.

CTR Master Plan Scope

Master Plan Process:

Engagement Process

Get Involved!

The Culture, Tourism, and Recreation Master Plan will be updated through a comprehensive consultation process with residents and user groups (groups involved in recreation, tourism, or cultural activities) and engagement sessions. Keep checking this webpage to follow progress of the project and see how you can provide your input on the CTR Master Plan.

Upcoming Community Engagement Opportunities Include:

  • Online Public Survey: Launching late January / Early February
  • Online User Groups Survey (Recreation / Culture / Tourism): Launching January - February (by invitation)
  • Recreation and Sports User Group Meeting: January 24, 2023 (by invitation only)
  • Cultural Interest Group Meeting: January - February (by invitation)
  • Tourism Operators & Service Providers Meeting: February (by invitation)
  • Public Open House: March 2023

 

For more information:

Project Lead: City Clerk and Director of Community Services, Steph Palmateer

Sierra Planning and Management: Director Jon Hack

 

Inquires can be directed by email to [email protected]