Waverley West Ward

Welcome! I am your City of Winnipeg representative for residents who live in the Waverley West Ward. This website contains much information specific to the Waverley West ward.

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2022 Road Construction in Waverley West Ward

2022 Road Construction in Waverley West Ward

2022 is another year for record road construction! This year, $164.7 Million will be invested into regional and local streets city wide. You can check where construction is occurring in the City by viewing the 2022 Construction Map, which is updated at the start of...

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...

Hiring – Full Time Assistant General Manager

Hiring – Full Time Assistant General Manager

South Winnipeg Community Centre is hiring!  South Winnipeg Community Centre (SWCC ) has a rare and exciting opportunity for a dynamic, self-driven individual to join the team. The position is for a Full -Time, in person -  Assistant General Manager This is a one year...

Encampments (2022)

Encampments (2022)

Encampments of unsheltered citizens are increasing throughout Winnipeg. This year, so far, I am aware of three locations in the Waverley West ward. The encampments are being monitored by multiple organizations (Main Street Project, Winnipeg Fire Paramedics, Winnipeg...

Traffic Control Signal for Waverley Street and Lee Boulevard

Traffic Control Signal for Waverley Street and Lee Boulevard

Four way traffic control signals are being installed at the intersection of Waverley Street and Lee Boulevard this summer. Installation of traffic control signals are required to support the Bison Run development and the construction of two new schools. In addition to...

Status Update – Long Grass

Status Update – Long Grass

Here is the update / facts on why the city grass has not been cut. No excuses – just the facts. The grass mowing program typically starts in mid-May and continues until mid-October. This year, we had a very late spring – which meant the streets and boulevards were...

Parks in Waverley West

Parks in Waverley West

We have just over 248 hectares of parks and open spaces just in the Waverley West ward – which is equivalent to 500 Canadian football fields!! Some are formalized parks that have official names and have amenities such as playstructure, firepits, and shade structures –...

New Spray Pad to Serve Whyte Ridge, Linden Ridge & Beyond!

New Spray Pad to Serve Whyte Ridge, Linden Ridge & Beyond!

Photos: Doug Little On a breezy Saturday morning, community members gathered to hold the ‘official announcement’ for a new spray pad – soon to be located on the grounds of the Whyte Ridge Community Centre! This project has been a few years in the making – starting...

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – Bridgwater Centre

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – Bridgwater Centre

Very exciting news! Today, we just approved the installation of two electric vehicle charging stations at the Bridgwater Red River Co-op site! These will be rapid charging stations able to fully charge a vehicle within 30 minutes, at the Co-op rate of 33 cents a...

Your Feedback – Protecting & Growing Winnipeg’s Urban Forest

Your Feedback – Protecting & Growing Winnipeg’s Urban Forest

Over the past few years, I’ve held multiple tree plantings. Residents have planted upwards of 1,200 trees on City and private property. I encourage you to read Winnipeg’s Urban Forest Strategy – not only does it provide an excellent overview of the current status of...

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Upcoming Events

  1. Seniors Programs at Immanuel Fellowship Church

    July 25 @ 10:00 am - September 12 @ 12:00 pm
  2. PAL’s “Welcome Back” Picnic

    August 23 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
  3. Summer Carnival – Celebration of India’s 75th Independence Day

    August 28 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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