Surveys and Questionnaires

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Only one submission from each address will be accepted. You are required to live on/operate a business on the Street(s) involved in order for your answers to be added to the results.

Current Public Information Centres

Drummond Road - Class Environmental Assessment

The City of Niagara Falls, through their consultant Parsons Inc., is undertaking a Schedule “C” Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study for improvements along Drummond Road between Morrison Street and Prospect Street. The study is being completed to address intersection and roadway safety and congestion and multi-modal transportation requirements along the corridor. 

The second Public Information Center was (PIC) held on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 with representatives from the City and its consultant on hand to answer questions and provide additional details.

Following the PIC, a preferred design for the corridor will be confirmed based on comments received and an Environmental Study Report (ESR) will be completed for public review.

If you were unable to attend the PIC and would like additional information on the study, please contact: Marzenna Carrick, C.E.T., Manager of Transportation Engineering Phone: (905) 356-7521 Ext. 5204 or Email:


Current Questionnaires

Casey Street Parking Review

City of Niagara Falls staff are conducting a parking review on Casey Street to determine whether residents are in favour of the existing parking restrictions on their roadway. Complete the Casey Street Parking Questionnaire.

Cattell Drive Speed Control Review Neighbourhood Open House

Following the public meeting during which the speed control concept plan for Cattell Drive was revealed, residents have the opportunity to provide comments regarding the plans current arrangement. Please complete the Public Comment Form.

Vine Street Speed Control Review

City of Niagara Falls staff are soliciting local residents of Vine Street between Sinnicks Avenue and Portage Road to determine whether residents are in favour of implementing speed control devices (e.g. speed humps) on their roadway. Complete the Vine Street Speed Control Questionnaire.