UVic Heatwave Study Open House

Not all neighbourhoods experience heatwaves alike. The built environment makes a big difference about how heatwaves impact individuals.

University of Victoria student Riley Sondergaard is conducting a heatwave study in North Park.

During the study, Riley will be speaking to folks who live, work, or spend time in the North Park area about their experiences of heat events in the neighbourhood. The results of the study will be displayed in a map as well as a series of recommendations for future developments.

If you would like to contribute your thoughts, share your experiences, or learn more about the this study, please join us at an in person engagement on Saturday, August 27.
For more information, please email: rileysondergaard@gmail.com
?Location: Community Room at 1025 Mason Street
? Date: Saturday, August 27
? Time: 12pm-3pm
Accessibility: The Community Room is located on Mason Street, beside Franklin Green Park. The room has three steps to the main door, but a wheelchair/stroller/walker accessible entrance is also available. There is a washroom on site.

Date

Aug 27 2022
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Time

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Cost

Free

Location

Community Room @ 1025 Mason Street
1025 Mason Street

Organizer

North Park Neighbourhood Association
Email
coordinator@npna.ca