Welcome to Shape Your City
Now you can easily find information and get engaged on a broad range of municipal initiatives.
It’s a new way to connect more people on community issues that matter to everyone in HRM without needing to attend a meeting at a given time or place.read more
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The Halifax Regional Municipality branding project will give every one of our residents the opportunity to share their thoughts on our regional identity. Your feedback will help define our brand. This single rallying cry will connect our pride and show the world what a great place our region is to live, work, invest and visit.
by Patricia Pegley 13 Dec 2013, 11:24am
Have you ever wanted to take a crack at managing the city's budget? Here's your chance to simulate adjusting municipal tax dollars to support transit, municipal streets and roads, parks, garbage collection, fire services, policing, recreation and libraries (using the cost for these service in the current 2013-14 Budget).
Select your preferred budget and service delivery levels using the Budget Allocator, then tell us why you made your choices and connect with other citizens and their choices in the discussion forums.
by Bruce DeBaie 13 Nov 2013, 8:53am
Bicycle routes. Greenways. Sidewalks. What are the priorities? What should we do next?
Help HRM improve our infrastructure to encourage more walking, cycling, and other “human-powered” ways to move around our municipality.
Current public engagment opportunity: Porters Lake and Surrounding Areas Active Transportation Plan
by admin 25 Sep 2013, 6:25pm
Public transit is important for many reasons like creating a more sustainable, livable environment and providing mobility to residents, but have you ever really thought about why it’s important to have public transit in HRM?
Over the next few months, Metro Transit will be asking some fundamental questions about how our community values transit, and how it should grow in the future. Get involved by completing the survey and having your say in the forum.
by admin 26 Aug 2013, 9:20am
Regional Council requested a review of our solid waste system to identify options for increasing its efficiency and effectiveness while maintaining high standards of environmental and community protection.
Council will not make any decisions until all the facts from the review are provided to citizens and they have the opportunity to give their feedback through an extensive consultation process.
by admin 26 Aug 2013, 9:18am