New North Perth Strategic Plan

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North Perth Strategic Plan 2019-2022

Help shape the community that you want to live in.

North Perth is developing its new strategic plan. This will shape the vision, direction and strategies for the community and the corporation in the coming years.

We want your help in defining our direction and goals. We value your input and feedback as we envision the future and create our plan for the coming four years.

Online participation has been extended to January 31, 2019.

Help shape the community that you want to live in.

North Perth is developing its new strategic plan. This will shape the vision, direction and strategies for the community and the corporation in the coming years.

We want your help in defining our direction and goals. We value your input and feedback as we envision the future and create our plan for the coming four years.

Online participation has been extended to January 31, 2019.

Tell your story

What does the ideal future of North Perth look like to you? Share your story here.

We've explored a number of themes, challenges, uncertainties and opportunities in this site so far. Hopefully, they've helped prompt thinking about the community that you live in, and the community that you want to live in.

What does that community look like? Project into the future as far ahead as you can. That might be five years, ten years or even more. What does a great future for North Perth look like in your eyes?

Tell us the story of our municipality. Tell us what our community should look like. And tell us what will have to happen from your perspective to make that future a reality. What are the changes that we will have to make along the way?


Thank you for taking the time to share your story and identify your ideas for an optimal future for North Perth.

And thank you for sharing everything that you have so far. We appreciate you taking the time to contribute to the future of the place that you call home.

Keep coming back to explore the contributions of others as we collectively define our future vision, and the steps required to get there.


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    prosperous agriculture and business hub with a growing population

    by raybru, over 1 year ago

    North Perth would stand to benefit from a better hwy for line 86. the drive to K-W is slow and cumbersome currently. we need a new 4 lane road where 86 is now. also desperately need a by-pass around listowel. more residential and commercial development would increase population and more restuarants and shopping. The fear that the by-pass would take all, ''would be shoppers'', around town is unfounded. the new restaurants, shopping, and hotels would draw them in where they would contribute to the local economy. less regulation for zoning and building would help alleviate the high cost of housing... Continue reading

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    Lets not lose shat we’ve got.

    by Jjoe, over 1 year ago

    The municipality does a good job. Good services provide by great employees. We should not strive to grow for growth’s sake. Ensuring downtown remains vibrant is important. A truck bypass, to help unclog downtown, has been long needed. The provision of new services must be undertaken with care. I have no problem with moderate tax increases to keep this a great place to live. 

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    Streetscapes

    by Ron Nuhn , over 1 year ago

    It’s time to stop ruining our streetsscapes with fourplex apartment buildings. There is nothing positive to be said about a parking lot replacing a front yard. Homeowners who have had to endure these atrocious builds face nothing but a decrease in property value. Try selling your home after a parkin lot has been built beside it. It’s a total disregard for taxpaying homeowners.  

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    The future of North Perth

    by GregGM854, over 1 year ago

    North Perth is a comfortable small town with Rural and urban qualities that make it very unique and different from the larger urban centres that garner most of any government's attention.  The larger centres have the dollars, the people and thus the political clout to get the ear of every tier of government.  We don't !  BUT, we do have the best quality of life and we are my preferred choice of a place to call home!  By the way, having lived in 23 different places throughout Ontario in my lifetime, I know of what I speak!

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    Bypass

    by Arnold Bosman, over 1 year ago

    One thing that came up in the scenario is a bypass.  This is absolutely essential for Listowel.  The truck traffic is killing the downtown.   Another enhancement would be to create a normal intersection at Main and Wallace. There may not be room for a roundabout, but at the very least line up Wallace N and Wallace S.  

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    The future of North Perth

    by Marcel van Leeuwen, over 1 year ago

    Looking ahead into the future, I envision a community with continued low unemployment, people working in jobs that are challenging to them and pay well. I do not see any marijuana related industries in North Perth, instead industry growth in a wide variety of areas (agriculture, high tech, transportation, manufacturing, service).

    North Perth will have post secondary training opportunities in the community so that our youth do not have to leave the community to get training. These training opportunities would be driven by the needs of our community so that we can train and retain our youth and provide retraining... Continue reading

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