Community Wayfinding Strategy

Community Wayfinding Strategy

Richmond invites public to participate in community wayfinding strategy

Updated February 28, 2023: Please see below for new pop up event on Sunday, April 2 and new survey deadline of Sunday, April 9, 2023.

The City of Richmond is seeking public input as it creates a Community Wayfinding Strategy to help residents and visitors navigate through Richmond with ease—by foot, on wheels or via public transit. From now until March 26, there will be a number of opportunities to share feedback, both in person and online.

Wayfinding connects people to their surroundings and helps them find their way—for example, through directional signage and visual landmarks. Wayfinding can also promote attractions, places of special interest and the best routes for moving through the city.

“As Richmond grows as a place to live and visit, the City wants to unify and enhance Richmond as a vibrant destination through improved wayfinding,” said Mayor Malcolm Brodie. “We encourage input from residents and stakeholders, whose ideas and priorities will shape the Community Wayfinding Strategy that will help elevate the city experience for residents, visitors and newcomers.”

There are various ways the public can share their input in February and March 2023:

  • Visit to learn more and complete an online survey. The survey will be open until 11:59pm on Sunday, April 9.
  • Drop by one of the following pop-up events:
    • POSTPONED: Sunday, February 26 from 11am to 2pm, adjacent to the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, Steveston Village
    • Saturday, March 11 from 1 to 4pm at the Lansdowne Centre parking lot adjacent to the Lansdowne Canada Line Station
    • NEW: Sunday, April 2 from 11am to 2pm, adjacent to the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, Steveston Village
    • Mandarin and Cantonese interpreters will be at these pop-up events to assist with translation of questions and comments

The Community Wayfinding Strategy will include implementation recommendations such as new signage, digital wayfinding systems and potential pilot projects. It is anticipated to be completed in spring 2024.

For more information, visit or contact the City of Richmond Economic Development Office at