NeighbourGood Welcome Kits are available from the City of London to support residents and community groups to welcome new people to their neighbourhoods, blocks, or buildings.
Welcoming someone who just moved into your neighbourhood is a great way to introduce yourself and help them feel connected to the community. It’s a small act that anyone can do that helps to create a welcoming culture!
The Kit Includes:
Welcome to the Neighbourhood Tote Bag
Waste Collection Calendar for your neighbourhood
LTC Bus Route Information
Bike and Walk Map
NeighbourGood London Map and Program Guide
“Your Turn” Grease Collection Cup
Fish & Paddle Guide
To request a kit or learn more, visit the program web page.
For more information about the program, contact:
Natalie Shore Neighbourhood Engagement Coordinator, City of London
Just a quick reminder that our next neighbourhood meeting is this Thursday (November 21, 2019) at 7 PM at Childreach (265 Maitland Street)
Our agenda for the meeting will be to report back from the Core Issues Panel and to brainstorm some community building ideas. If you haven’t had a chance yet, please consider reviewing the City’s Core Area Action Plan in preparation for the discussion.
You are invited to a free screening of PUSH, a documentary about the state and future of the housing market — and who is impacted.
Monday, November 18, 6:30 PM
Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library
251 Dundas Street
About the documentary:
PUSH is a new documentary from award-winning director Fredrik Gertten, investigating why we can’t afford to live in our own cities anymore. Housing is a fundamental human right, a precondition to a safe and healthy life. But in cities all around the world, having a place to live is becoming more and more difficult. Who are the players and what are the factors that make housing one of today’s most pressing world issues?