Brady Green Stairs Design Concept

Downtown Community Improvement Plan
Project # 40 of the Downtown Sudbury Master Plan

Current Status: In progress

The Brady Green Stairs is a public space that will run along the northern edge of Brady Street, and is intended to create a visual and physical connection from Durham Street to Memorial Park. The existing Durham Street Parkette is scheduled to undergo structural repairs, presenting an opportunity to complete the Brady Green Stairs project identified in the Downtown Sudbury Master Plan.

We want to hear what you have to say:

It’s important that the Brady Green Stair Concept Design reflects the needs of the community, which is why we are looking for your comments on the proposed plan.

Public Session:
Residents are invited to drop in during a public session to speak with staff, and view and comment on the Brady Street Green Stairs Design Concept.
When?
Thursday, December 1, 2016 between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Where?
YMCA, in the multi-purpose room located at 140 Durham Street
Residents who are unable to attend a public session can submit their comments online. Paper forms can be picked up at Citizen Service Centre and Library locations throughout the community.  The deadline for comment submission is Thursday, December 8 at 4:30 p.m.

Where are we now?
The existing Durham Street Parkette is scheduled to undergo structural repairs, presenting an opportunity to complete the Brady Green Stairs project identified in the Downtown Sudbury Master Plan. 

In summer 2015, Council approved the commencement of the repairs to be funded from the 2016 Capital Budgets and potentially other external funding sources. Since that time a consultant has been selected to undertake the repair as well as the Brady Green Stairs concept design.

A conceptual design has been prepared for the Brady Green Stair project and the City seeking your comments on the concept design. 

Click Here for Concept Design
Click Here for Downtown Master Plan 

What’s next?
The design concept and public comments will be presented to City Council in early 2017.