City invites input on future council compensation and neighbourhood developments
July 6, 2020

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.

Defining what Edmonton will look like in the future:
  • The Independent Council Compensation Committee invites members of the public to provide their thoughts about the pay levels and benefits for the next City Council, elected in 2021. The citizen-led committee will use the feedback to inform their recommendation, which will help attract a diverse range of candidates for Council. The survey is available at until July 27. For more information on the mandate of the committee, visit
  • Members of the Insight Community are invited to provide input about their likelihood of using transit, their perceptions, and their expectations of transit. The feedback will be used to help further Edmonton Transit Service customer service levels and improve customer experience. The survey is available to the members of the Insight Community until July 8. For information, visit

Creating neighbourhoods and public spaces to meet changing needs:
  • City Council Public Hearing. Edmontonians can provide their input at a July 7 public hearing on 30 different bylaws. An agenda is online at
  • Building Great Neighbourhoods Garneau Community Feedback on draft design. Until July 15, input is welcomed at
  • Building Great Neighbourhoods Killarney Options and Tradeoffs. A survey is online at until July 20. The project team also invites input through various live online engagement sessions at
  • Biking session: July 13, 6 - 7 p.m.
  • Parks and Open Spaces session: July 13, 7:15 - 8:15 p.m.
  • Driving Session: July 16, 6 - 7 p.m.
  • Walking Session: July 16, 7:15 - 8:15 p.m.
  • Building Great Neighbourhoods Pleasantview Renewal. The project team invites input about the options and tradeoffs of driving and street crossings in Pleasantview in an online survey until July 30. The project team also invites input through a live online engagement session on July 15. Find out more at
  • Building Great Neighbourhoods Calder Renewal Community Feedback on draft design. Online events with the project team will be held July 7, 9 and 11 and an online survey is available until July 18. Find out more at

Supporting healthier and more inclusive communities:
  • Public washrooms. The City’s efforts to improve its public washrooms will be informed by Edmontonians’ input in a quick survey online at until August 31.  
  • Supportive housing. The City wants to hear from residents in King Edward Park, McArthur Industrial/Wellington, Terrace Heights and Inglewood about new supportive housing developments. A quick survey is online at until September 11. 

Details about City public digital engagement activities are listed online at, with all engagement opportunities at  

For more information:

Media contact:
Senior Communications Advisor
Communications and Engagement