Ojibway Park Wildlife Eco-Passage Investment
Timing: Activities beginning in 2020
Partner: City of Windsor
The Neighbourhood Infrastructure Strategy of the Community Benefits Plan includes a commitment to invest seed funding for the City of Windsor’s Ojibway Park-Black Oaks Heritage Park Wildlife Eco- Passage project that provide safe passage for area wildlife through a connection between Black Oak Heritage Park and Ojibway Park.
Funds have been released to fund an Environmental Assessment for the Ojibway Park Wildlife Eco- Passage Investment. The City began the Environmental Assessment in 2020 and included the first Public Information Centre (PIC) in November 2020. Details can be found on the City website:
The funding released in 2020 is part of a large investment of seed funding to be released to the City of Windsor should all approvals, permits and funds for the project be secured.