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Share your feedback on PlaceSpeak

Welcome to the Town of LaSalle's community engagement web page. We want to hear from you. This is your opportunity to get involved and help shape our projects, policies, and initiatives. Share your thoughts and opinions with us. Together we can make a difference in the community where we live, work, and play.

The Town of LaSalle uses PlaceSpeak as our community engagement platform. This online consultation platform gives our community the opportunity to give us their ideas, thoughts, and opinions about studies and projects.

To participate, all you need to do is create a PlaceSpeak account. This account only needs to be created once, and then you will have access to all Town of LaSalle consultation projects, as well as any other projects that are posted to PlaceSpeak.

Howard Bouffard Secondary Plan Update
Howard Bouffard Secondary Plan Update
The Town of LaSalle is in the process of updating the Howard Bouffard Secondary Plan. It will build upon the former Howard Bouffard Secondary Plan (2002) and will include updated land-use goals and policies for the area that support a comprehensive, coordinated growth management strategy.
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Howard Bouffard Master Drainage Study

The Howard/Bouffard Master Drainage Study in collaboration with Dillon Consulting Limited has been completed. The report is being made available for public review from Wednesday, January 10 to Friday, February 9, 2024.

Review the full project and participate virtually on PlaceSpeak.

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LaSalle Detroit River Storm Sewer Outfalls Stormwater Master Plan

Identifying opportunities for potential infrastructure enhancements and improvements to protect public and private property from the effects of stormwater flooding while preserving the natural environment.

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2023 Draft Budget

The 2023 Draft Budget was released on January 17 and includes a summary of the significant changes in the proposed 2023 Budget, a summary of the proposed departmental budgets and the proposed 2023 Capital Budget.

Your comments and questions are important to us. This is your chance to provide feedback about the LaSalle 2023 Draft Budget.

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Three Fire Station Model

Three fire stations in LaSalle means that we will improve levels of service over time to ensure we continue to meet standards. Council approved fire station locations include:

  • Existing fire station at 1900 Normandy St., - Headquarters
  • Former Centennial Arena site at 2170 Front Rd., - Substation 1
  • Laurier Parkway west of Disputed Rd. (site to be determined) - Substation 2
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Benoit House Museum

Perfectly set within the development of LaSalle’s Petite Côte (Small Coast) Waterfront project, Benoit House Museum will help add to the culture and overall attraction of the waterfront. It will function as a hub for community engagement and education in local heritage and cultural activities. 

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Celebrating 30 Years

LaSalle was incorporated as a town on June 1, 1991, and became one of the larger communities in Essex County. In 2021, LaSalle celebrated 30 years of being a town. We shared bits of LaSalle's history and asked you the community to do the same.

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LaSalle Small Coast Waterfront Project

The waterfront will be a connected, multi-amenity environment that offers the community an expanded, year round destination. It will be an authentic site that captures the rich history and culture of LaSalle, showcasing our three cultures of English, French and Indigenous.

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St. Clair Park Improvement Project

In 2021, the Town of LaSalle  undertook a project to improve and enhance the parkland located at St. Clair Park. The park is located between St. Clair Avenue and Betts Avenue, just off of Normandy Street.

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Malden Road Environmental Assessment Update 2019

The Town of LaSalle and the County of Essex updated the 2009 Environmental Assessment (EA) for Malden Road from the north Town limits southerly to Meaghan Drive. This update looks at changes that occurred since 2009 and makes recommendations to accommodate existing and future traffic demands.