Whistle Bend

Whitehorse city council has approved zoning for Phase 8 of the Whistle Bend neighbourhood as seen in this map. (City of Whitehorse/Submitted)

Zoning, subdivision approvals for next phases of Whistle Bend in place

Plans include extending Witch Hazel Lane and the creation of residential lots along with a park

 

Whitehorse city council is considering zoning for Phase 8 of the Whistle Bend neighbourhood as seen in this map. (City of Whitehorse/Submitted)

Zoning, subdivision could open up more areas in Whistle Bend

Council contemplates future phases for development

 

The proposed Whistle Bend transit route. (Submitted by City of Whitehorse)

Whitehorse city council hears report on modernizing Whistle Bend transit routes

The phased modernized implementation plan would see new routes and stops added to Whistle Bend

 

This map shows where Phase 8 of the Whistle Bend subdivision is planned. Council passed first reading of the proposed zoning June 28. (City of Whitehorse/Submitted)

Public hearing set on Whistle Bend Phase 8

Plans could see another 90 lots available in 2022

This map shows where Phase 8 of the Whistle Bend subdivision is planned. Council passed first reading of the proposed zoning June 28. (City of Whitehorse/Submitted)
This map shows where Phase 8 of the Whistle Bend subdivision is planned. Council will vote on first reading of the proposed zoning June 26. (City of Whitehorse/Submitted)

Eighth phase of Whistle Bend put to council

Could provide 90 residential units

This map shows where Phase 8 of the Whistle Bend subdivision is planned. Council will vote on first reading of the proposed zoning June 26. (City of Whitehorse/Submitted)
Colin McDowell, the director of land management for the Yukon government, pulls lottery tickets at random during the a Whistle Bend property lottery in Whitehorse on Sept. 9, 2019. More than 800 applicants were vying for land in the latest Yukon government lottery for residential land and commercial sites, mainly in Whistle Bend. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)
Colin McDowell, the director of land management for the Yukon government, pulls lottery tickets at random during the a Whistle Bend property lottery in Whitehorse on Sept. 9, 2019. More than 800 applicants were vying for land in the latest Yukon government lottery for residential land and commercial sites, mainly in Whistle Bend. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)
During Whitehorse city council’s Oct. 19 meeting, planning manager Mélodie Simard brought forward a recommendation that a proposed Official Community Plan amendment move forward that would designate a 56.3 hectare piece of land in Whistle Bend, currently designated as green space, as urban residential use. (Courtesy City of Whitehorse)

More development in Whistle Bend contemplated

OCP change would be the first of several steps to develop future area

During Whitehorse city council’s Oct. 19 meeting, planning manager Mélodie Simard brought forward a recommendation that a proposed Official Community Plan amendment move forward that would designate a 56.3 hectare piece of land in Whistle Bend, currently designated as green space, as urban residential use. (Courtesy City of Whitehorse)

New Whistle Bend pump will cost city $95,000

Marks second major pump failure in one-year period for the city

Whistle Bend land lottery sees 240 apply to buy 55 lots

The price tag for properties ranged from $104,261 to $228,863

Plan for Keno Way commercial zone moves ahead

Public hearing scheduled for Jan. 13

Whistle Bend land lottery deadline extended

The new deadline for applications is Sept. 6

Yukon government posts, pulls down Whistle Bend elementary school tender in four days

A Department of Highways and Public Works spokesperson said more consultation is needed

Whitehorse council prepares to zone the last phase of Whistle Bend

Whistle Bend Phase 7 lots are expected to be available in 2023

Looking back and ahead in Whistle Bend

“We’re almost like an island”

Whitehorse looks to new areas for development

The new Official Community Plan will contemplate Whitehorse after Whistle Bend

Yukon government shows off Whistle Bend Place

The new continuing care facility is set to see residents next month

Whistle Bend continuing care facility ready for the public to have a look

Some new staff will have to stay in hotels while they try and find housing

Phase 6 up next for Whistle Bend if Whitehorse council approves

Zoning for phase six of Whistle Bend will go to second and…