West Broadway Community Organization is working on a long-term neighbourhood plan for West Broadway, and we need to know what local residents think to make sure it best represents our community’s interests. All responses are anonymous, and the survey should take 10-15 minutes. We are grateful for your responses!
We are asking anyone who lives, works, or volunteers in West Broadway to please fill out the survey. Click below to access the survey online:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SH6KLM8
If you prefer to fill out a paper copy please feel free to contact the West Broadway Community Organization office for more information on how to do that.
The West Broadway Community Organization (WBCO) Board of Directors
would like to invite you to the organization’s 2018 Annual General Meeting:
When: Thursday, June 14th, 2018 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Where: GORDON BELL HIGH SCHOOL
For detailed information about the AGM please see HERE
The Board is proposing some important changes to WBCO’s bylaws, members interested in reviewing the proposed changes in advance of the AGM please see HERE
West Broadway Community Organization is proud to announce that our offices have relocated to 545 Broadway, the former home of Klinic Community Health and an important heritage building that has played a definitive role in the character and consciousness of this community for over a century. Known historically as Wilson House, the building was vacant through the 1990s and became a rallying point for local residents who united to paint murals on its boarded windows and cut grass grown long by an owner committed to demolition. This modest act of protest and neighbourhood pride was a galvanizing moment for West Broadway; residents and other stakeholders empowered by this success began to organize and by 1997 the West Broadway Community Organization was founded. To buy this property on behalf of West Broadway, in this our 20th year as an organization, is a symbolic return to our roots, and an example of what is possible when a community of people work together. Klinic Community Health continues to be an invaluable partner and resource for West Broadway and we are grateful to inherit a building that has been modernized and maintained in impeccable condition for the past 13 years. Thank you Klinic!
West Broadway Community Organization, has enjoyed a long partnership with the Government of Manitoba in delivering a small grants program for the West Broadway neighbourhood. The first of three 2018/19 Small Grant intakes is now open and accepting applications until June 15th!
click here for more details
We are excited to announce that funding has been secured to relaunch the Property Improvement Program (PIP) for 2018 and we are now accepting applications. For more information about this program visit our PIP page under Housing .
We are grateful to the hundreds of local residents, businesses, organizations, institutions, facilities, landlords, and service providers who gave their time and perspective to help create a new Five Year Community Plan for West Broadway. Launched October 25, 2016 this plan will guide community stakeholders in efforts to preserve the things about West Broadway that we all appreciate and to change the things that need to be changed. For more information and a PDF copy of the plan, click HERE.
Are you interested in hearing about local events and issues? Please subscribe to our email address by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below is a link to the West Broadway Active Transportation Survey we have launched in conjunction with West Broadway’s 5 Year Community Plan.
We would love your input! Please take a couple minutes and fill out this short survey. All answers will be considered confidential, no personal identities are to be recorded.
Click here to complete the survey.
WBCO recently partnered with United Way and the University of Winnipeg’s Institute of Urban Studies (IUS) to develop a tool that can help organizations and individuals measure the overall quality and liveability of rental housing units. Housing Quality Index Tool was created as an easy-to-use assessment tool for gauging housing quality, specifically in rooming houses and single room occupancy long-stay hotels. Please follow this link for more information on this innovative initiative. WBCO and the IUS will be co-hosting a free training and information sharing session on the HQI tool in March 2016 (date TBA), please contact WBCO Housing Initiatives Coordinator, Leah Goertzen if you are interested in attending: email@example.com