City invites input on alley renewal and an Edmonton-Strathcona County Footbridge
March 28, 2022
The City of Edmonton invites residents’ input into projects, policies and initiatives that grow our communities, establish government services and prepare our city for the future. Below are current opportunities for Edmontonians to shape their city.
Changing neighbourhoods to meet changing needs:
Hairsine Neighbourhood Renewal. Planning is underway for Neighbourhood and Alley Renewal in Hairsine. Learn more about how to uncover the treasures of Hairsine and help shape the future of your neighbourhood. Engage by participating in a self-guided Treasure Quest of your neighbourhood and share your feedback at engaged.edmonton.ca/hairsine until March 31. For more information visit edmonton.ca/BuildingHairsine.
Crawford Plains, Daly Grove & Pollard Meadows Alley Renewal. Residents in Crawford Plains, Daly Grove & Pollard Meadows can share their feedback and concerns about alley renewal with the project team. A feedback form is available through April 14 at edmonton.ca/CrawfordPlainsDalyGrovePollardMeadows.
Rideau Park and Royal Gardens Alley Renewal. Residents in Rideau Park and Royal Gardens Alley Renewal can share their thoughts about alley renewal with the project team. A feedback form is available through April 14 at edmonton.ca/RideauParkRoyalGardens.
Defining what Edmonton will look like in the future:
Edmonton-Strathcona County Footbridge. Participate in a survey about the preliminary design for the proposed footbridge and open spaces on each side of the North Saskatchewan River until April 8 at edmonton.ca/EdmontonStrathconaFootbridge.