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The City of Windsor periodically conducts surveys as a means of soliciting ideas and opinions from residents so we can better serve the community as a whole.

Housing Solutions Made for Windsor: Roseland Clubhouse and Parking Lot Re-development

The Roseland Golf and Curling Club will see curling moved to Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex for the start of the 2024-25 curling season. This change, along with demolition of the current clubhouse and curling rink allows for a complete re-imagining of what the current Roseland building footprint and unused parking lot space have to offer.

There will be no impact to the historic Donald Ross designed golf course, but a new clubhouse will be built and the potential for a new condominium complex has been envisioned.

City administrators have worked with local architecture firm Architecttura to develop a conceptual condo complex befitting the historic Roseland Golf Course and its South Windsor neighbourhood.

This concept includes the potential of 38 one and two bedroom(s) units, including balcony, a green roof, underground parking, tiered levels, glass railings, and sports courts along the south side of the current parking lot, mainly using the existing footprint of the current facility.

Artist rendering of proposed Roseland condominium

Public Art - Ford City Mural Survey

The Culture team is in the process of finding a new home for some public art murals in Ford City – specifically at this time, "Shift Change" by artist Steven Johnson. The piece examines the auto industry's incredible success that created a boomtown climate on Drouillard Road. In its heyday, the neighbourhood bore daily witness to thousands of workers spilling from the gates that connected it to Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited. This mural's depiction of workers exiting the Whelpton gate was inspired by a photo taken in the 1950s by local photographer Fred Lazurek. The mural was recently removed from its former home on Whelpton Street in Windsor to make way for exciting renovations to the building where it previously hung. It is currently in storage awaiting a new home. We appreciate you taking the time to participate in this survey to help determine where it might go as a new home.

Ford City Shift Change mural

Let's Talk Windsor

In addition to the surveys periodically listed on this page, Let’s Talk Windsor is a public engagement portal offering feedback resources for a number of City of Windsor initiatives that impact our homes, our community and our environment. Find project details, interactive feedback options, surveys and more:

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