Valleyview South Master Plan Survey

The City of Whitehorse is developing a master plan for Valleyview South (previously called “the tank farm”), which includes two KDFN settlement land parcels.

We want your input! How should KDFN settlement parcels be developed? What’s your vision for the neighbourhood?

Let us know by filling out the survey. You could win a $225 President’s Choice Gift Card!

 

Check your mailbox for paper copy.

To submit your paper copy:

  • Place it in the drop box in the front entrance of the Kashgêk’ Building; or
  • Mail to Glenda Koh, 35 McIntyre Drive, Whitehorse, YT, Y1A 5A5

 

Complete the survey by phone with Glenda Koh at 867-332-3859 or online here: www.surveymonkey.com/r/XMMJJHK

Survey closes December 12, 2022.

 


PAST SURVEYS

Community Language Survey

Survey closed October 13, 2022. Your feedback will help guide language revitalization planning and future programming in our First Nation.

 


Łu Zil Män (Fish Lake) Local Area Plan Survey – Closed August 31, 2022

Kwanlin Dün First Nation (KDFN) and the Government of Yukon (YG) are developing a local area plan for the Łu Zil Män (Fish Lake) area with support from Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.

A steering committee of 3 KDFN and 3 YG appointees was created to guide the planning process, with support from KDFN and YG planning staff.

Survey results and feedback will help the committee draft the plan in the fall and winter of 2022/23.

Learn more about the Łu Zil Män (Fish Lake) Local Area Plan at Kwanlindun.com/fishlakeplan.

 


McIntyre, Crow & Swan Neighbourhood Plan Survey – Closed July 28, 2022

KDFN Council has created a committee for the McIntyre, Crow & Swan Neighbourhood Plan. The committee will help develop the neighbourhood plan and lead community engagement.

 

Shä̀w níthän, gùnáłchîsh, mähsi’cho, thank you to all who filled out the survey. Your feedback will help shape your neighbourhood.

 


KDFN Community Survey: How are you feeling about COVID-19? – Closed April 7, 2022

Shä̀w níthän, gùnáłchîsh, mähsi’cho, thank you to all the Citizens who took part in KDFN’s Community COVID-19 Survey in April 2022.

 

Here is an overview of the results:

  • 110 Citizens responded
  • 54% live in McIntyre, Crow and Swan
  • 57% said they’ve got 3 doses or a booster shot
  • 63% said they are happy with COVID-19 safety measures staying in place at KDFN

 

“I was pretty sick for about 10 days with some symptoms for a week after even though I was triple-vaxxed. I was kind of mad but it also made me wonder if it would have been a lot worse had I not had any vaccines,” said one respondent.

 


Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre Programming Survey – Survey Closed March 4, 2022

Shä̀w níthän, gùnáłchîsh, mähsi’cho, thank you to everyone who filled in the survey!

 

Your feed back will help the guide the KDCC’s Culture Committee in future planning for workshops and events.

 


KDFN Citizen COVID-19 and Vaccination Survey – Survey closed July 14

Shä̀w níthän, gùnáłchîsh, mähsi’cho, thank you to all the Citizens who completed the COVID-19 and Vaccination Survey in July 2021. Congratulations to our two prize draw winners, Rick O’Brien and Sarina Sydney.

 

Here is an overview of the results:

  • 108 Citizens responded
  • 56% live in McIntyre, Crow and Swan
  • 62% said they have been or will be vaccinated
  • 73% said they have enough information to make an informed decision on whether to get vaccinated.

 

One respondent said, “I encourage everyone to get vaccinated… We would even get our crazy old dog vaccinated if we had to!!”

 


Range Point Joint Master Plan – Survey ran May 14 to 30, 2021

During the Community Lands Plan engagement in Fall 2019, KDFN Beneficiaries and Citizens provided input into how parcels of settlement land should be developed within the City of Whitehorse. One of those parcels was C-15B.

Located in the Range Point neighbourhood, north of the Northland mobile home park and next to lower McIntyre Creek, C-15B was identified for residential development and revenue generation by Beneficiaries and Citizens. That direction could make this 15-hectare site the Yukon’s first large scale residential neighbourhood on leased Yukon First Nation Settlement Land.

Land development is a complicated and expensive process, and KDFN is proceeding carefully. In late fall, we partnered with the Government of Yukon (YG) to develop a joint master plan for C-15B and YG’s neighbouring Lot 262-6. Groundswell Planning has been hired to develop the plan with support from KDFN and YG planners and a committee that includes KDFN and YG Economic Development and City of Whitehorse staff.

The master plan will create a general “blueprint” for this new neighbourhood, including housing types, park spaces and trails, roads, and other services (transit, water, sewer, etc.) The plan will need to address the housing needs and preferences of future residents and keep development costs low, while protecting environmental and heritage values. The final master plan will be presented to Chief and Council, who will decide how – or whether – to proceed.

This would be KDFN’s first major residential development, and we want to make sure that it makes our nation proud. We’ll be reaching out to citizens for feedback throughout the process, with the first round happening between May 14 and 30. If all goes according to plan, we’ll be presenting some draft neighbourhood ideas to the KDFN community by the middle of summer!

Range Point Master Plan Background Information – Downloadable PDF

CONTACT US

Urban Planner and Policy Advisor

Tel: 332-4049

duncan.martin@kdfn.net

 


 

What would a new education hub in McIntyre be like? – Survey Ran in May 2021.

KDFN Education and Social Development is planning for a new building that will include an expanded Dusk’a Early Learning Centre and more opportunities for people to access language and education programming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


May 2021 – Strategic Planning Survey for Citizens – CLOSED

March and April 2021 – KDFN Communications Survey – CLOSED

December 2020 – Multipurpose Building Next Steps Survey – CLOSED

December 2020 – RCMP office in McIntyre Survey – CLOSED