Community Improvement Plan
A Community Improvement Plan is a tool to facilitate revitalization, redevelopment and beautification in defined areas of the Town. Financial incentives may be implemented through a Community Improvement Plan, including grants and/or loans for building facade improvements, commercial signage improvements, landscaping improvements, brownfield (contaminated property) redevelopment and other matters as may be identified through this study.
Additionally, the Town can prioritize other municipally-led revitalization projects under a Community Improvement Plan, such as streetscape improvements.
Interested individuals are required to set up a pre-application consultation meeting with the Department of Development and Works in order to discuss your project eligibility, application requirements, scope of work, project timing and to obtain assistance for filling out the application form.
Background Report - February 2015
Downtown Renfrew Welcomed
Stanley on April 5, 2016
The NHA/NHL Museum was proud and excited to be bringing the Stanley Cup to Renfrew for a one day only exhibit.
The cup was on display at the museum from 10 a.m. to until noon, viewing by sponsorship only. The cup was then on public display from 1-5 & 6-8 at the RCAF Wing.
Business owners and property owners proudly displayed Welcome Stanley Cup Window displays.