City asking for feedback on new vision for Graham Avenue

Released: May 8, 2024 at 9:17 a.m.
Draft of CentrePlan 2050 includes re-imagining of Graham Avenue with focus on pedestrian uses and activities

Winnipeg, MB – The City of Winnipeg invites Winnipeggers to give their feedback on a new vision for Graham Avenue and view the draft CentrePlan 2050. The City has completed a draft of the development plan for Downtown Winnipeg and a key feature of the plan is re-imagining of Graham Avenue as a Downtown multi-use corridor that focuses on pedestrian uses and activities.

The City is hosting an open house where attendees can learn more about the draft CentrePlan 2050, vision for Graham Avenue, and speak with the project team. There is also an online survey where Winnipeggers can give their feedback on the proposed future plans for Graham Avenue. The survey on the re-imagining of Graham Avenue is available until Thursday, May 23, 2024 at

Open house event details:

Wednesday, May 15, 2024
Millennium Library (Carol Shields Auditorium) – 251 Donald St.
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

During public engagement on CentrePlan 2050, the project team clearly heard that Graham Avenue should focus on pedestrians and it should be flexible to allow for various activities, events, and celebrations. The survey asks for feedback on the draft design of Graham Avenue.

The City began asking residents for their priorities on Downtown Winnipeg in May 2023 to begin forming CentrePlan 2050. The current draft incorporates that feedback, along with input from Downtown stakeholders. The draft CentrePlan 2050 will be brought to Council for approval in the coming months and can be viewed at

Feedback and survey results collected on Graham Avenue will be presented to Council with CentrePlan 2050.

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