“Awesome! Friendly, nature lovers, lots of walkers and bikers on the trail.”
“Young, vibrant, busy.”
“A mostly residential, medium-density neighbourhood in close proximity to waterways and trails!”
These are just some of the ways that Curtis Creek residents describe their neighbourhood. East City–Curtis Creek is located approximately 2 km northeast of downtown Peterborough and is home to nearly 1,600 people. It is bordered by Parkhill Road in the north, the Trent-Severn Waterway to the east, Hunter Street East to the south, including the Westclox Building, and Armour Road to the west. The name ‘Curtis Creek’ refers to the waterway that snakes through the neighbourhood from northeast to southwest.
Funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, and delivered in association with Toronto and Region and Conservation Authority’s Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) program, GreenUP’s Sustainable Urban Neighbourhoods (SUN) program is a collaborative, neighbourhood-based solution for advancing sustainable renewal and climate action. SUN joins neighbourhood residents, municipalities, and other community partners to identify and support opportunities for sustainability through immediate demonstrative impacts, visioning and planning for future action, and the sharing of skills and knowledge.
To download and view the SUN Action Plan Summary for East City-Curtis Creek, click here >
To download a view the Complete SUN Action Plan for East City-Curtis Creek (Accessible PDF), click here >