Eye on the Street Renewal Project

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Let's have a conversation.

Together we can build a safer city.


Thunder Bay's Eye on the Street program has been operating in the North and South cores since 2005, and is in need of an update. The renewal project will update cameras and video technology. It will also see new camera locations to address concerns identified by the Thunder Bay Police Service and community organizations.

The renewal is being led by the City of Thunder Bay and Thunder Bay Police Service, in partnership with Tbaytel and with financial support from the Ministry of the Solicitor General.

Public input is essential to the renewal process. Please see our webinars and our survey below.



INPUT OPPORTUNITIES

The City ran live webinar events on the evenings of March 23 and April 7, 2021.

For those who missed the webinars, or would like to comment further, we invite you to review our 2021 Eye on the Street Consultation Backgrounder (PDF). It contains the same material that was shared during the webinars.



Please Share Your Views with our Online Questionnaire, until April 16

Please let us know what you think! Leave comments using the "Share Your Views" questionnaire at the bottom of this page, until April 16, 2021. Quick registration/sign-in required.

Your input is vital to the process of renewing the Eye on the Street program.

Paper copies of this questionnaire are available upon request: email wendy.o'connor@thunderbay.ca.

Visit this page often for project updates.

Let's have a conversation.

Together we can build a safer city.


Thunder Bay's Eye on the Street program has been operating in the North and South cores since 2005, and is in need of an update. The renewal project will update cameras and video technology. It will also see new camera locations to address concerns identified by the Thunder Bay Police Service and community organizations.

The renewal is being led by the City of Thunder Bay and Thunder Bay Police Service, in partnership with Tbaytel and with financial support from the Ministry of the Solicitor General.

Public input is essential to the renewal process. Please see our webinars and our survey below.



INPUT OPPORTUNITIES

The City ran live webinar events on the evenings of March 23 and April 7, 2021.

For those who missed the webinars, or would like to comment further, we invite you to review our 2021 Eye on the Street Consultation Backgrounder (PDF). It contains the same material that was shared during the webinars.



Please Share Your Views with our Online Questionnaire, until April 16

Please let us know what you think! Leave comments using the "Share Your Views" questionnaire at the bottom of this page, until April 16, 2021. Quick registration/sign-in required.

Your input is vital to the process of renewing the Eye on the Street program.

Paper copies of this questionnaire are available upon request: email wendy.o'connor@thunderbay.ca.

Visit this page often for project updates.