Residents, entrepreneurs and other parties are invited to participate in an event about the future of Saanichton Village. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)

Central Saanich seeks direction on future of Saanichton Village

Drop-in event scheduled at municipal hall for Saturday

The District of Central Saanich is asking for public input on the future of Saanichton Village.

The municipality has scheduled an information session on Saturday, Sept. 14 for local residents, entrepreneurs, and others to hear feedback on the current “look, feel and function of the village” as well as its future direction.

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The drop-in event, running from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1903 Mount Newton Cross Rd., will include interactive display boards, mapping exercises, and the opportunity to talk with municipal staff. The project team will also be popping up around the area between Sept. 21 and 25.

More on the pop-up schedule, materials and information on other upcoming opportunities, can be found here.


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