Waverley West Ward

The City of Winnipeg is growing, and boundaries were recently changed to create the new Waverley West ward! I am very proud and humbled to have been acclaimed in the 2018 election to represent the new Waverley West ward and look forward to serving residents to the best of my abilities. For more details on population and exact street boundaries, see Waverley West Ward.

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WHO Maintains Boulevard, Median & Parks in Neighbourhoods of Bridgwater

WHO Maintains Boulevard, Median & Parks in Neighbourhoods of Bridgwater

In a new development, figuring out WHO is responsible for maintenance can be a challenge.  311, City staff and my office have access to maps that show ‘Summer Maintenance’ responsibilities.  There are a few things to note: The developer – Manitoba Housing, is...

Happy Canada Day – Video

Happy Canada Day – Video

Happy Canada Day! In these extraordinary and changing times, I am so thankful to be living in Canada. To be sure, we have many historic challenges to work through and together we will! We are Canadians! Wishing you and your family and friends an incredible Canada Day!...

Homelessness in South Winnipeg – What to do ?

Homelessness in South Winnipeg – What to do ?

Homelessness is an increasing concern in Winnipeg and for communities across North America.  Media is covering many stories on camps being set up throughout the City, and the increase in use of the overnight shelters.  In South Winnipeg camps are being set up in...

PUBLIC CONSULTATION on Proposed Phase Two-Student Housing Apts

PUBLIC CONSULTATION on Proposed Phase Two-Student Housing Apts

Photo: Street View of proposed 2537 Pembina Building (Phase 2) – Looking West   Pembina Highway is growing up and I would like to ask you to offer your comments/insight to the developer! There is a PUBLIC CONSULTATION on Proposed Phase Two of the Student Housing...

Long Grass Enforcement Process

Long Grass Enforcement Process

This applies to homeowners' FRONT YARDS and BOULEVARDS. For this season, the City will be continuing with the accelerated enforcement process for long grass. Last year (2019), the City piloted a NEW ENFORCEMENT PROCESS for Section 8 of the Neighbourhood Liveability...

2020 Parks Update

2020 Parks Update

We have many parks and open  greenspaces in the Waverley West ward. Each year Councillors meet with the Parks department and review upgrades that need to occur. In the Waverley West ward, the majority of parks are maintained by the City Parks department, but, some are...

2020 Active Transportation Construction – Waverley West

2020 Active Transportation Construction – Waverley West

2020 Active Transportation Projects – Waverley West  There is a tremendous investment in Active Transportation this year throughout the City.  In addition, more roads have restricted vehicle access Monday – Sunday, 8:00 am – 8:00 pm to allow more space for pedestrians...

2020 Road Construction in Waverley West Ward

2020 Road Construction in Waverley West Ward

This is an extremely handy map showing ALL road / pathway construction occurring throughout Winnipeg in the 2020 construction season. Each year the Public Works department provides Councillors with a Streets Condition and Back Lanes Condition map of their ward....

Replacement of Sod – Bridgwater Lakes & Bridgwater Forest

Replacement of Sod – Bridgwater Lakes & Bridgwater Forest

The sod around the Bridgwater Lakes Fountain, the Bridgwater Lakes park / soccer field and the Bridgwater Forest park/soccer field is being replaced this summer. Construction has started in Bridgwater Lakes and Bridgwater Forest will occur shortly after. Existing sod...

Traffic Calming: Your Street and Neighbourhood

Traffic Calming: Your Street and Neighbourhood

I receive many calls from resident who want to know how to calm the speeding traffic on their residential street and in their neighbourhood. In many cities throughout the world, the speed limit is reduced to 30 km/hr on residential streets to calm traffic. Winnipeg is...

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Contact Janice Lukes

Janice Lukes
City Councillor
Waverley West Ward
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