Calls for public engagement: Edmonton, Strathcona County, and Spruce Grove

Calls for public engagement: Edmonton, Strathcona County, and Spruce Grove

· The Pulse

Here are some opportunities to offer your input on various civic issues in the metro region, including a preliminary design for a stretch of Yellowhead Trail, agriculture in Strathcona County, and community standards in Spruce Grove. (Please ensure you live in the affected area before answering the survey.)

  • Yellowhead Trail: St. Albert Trail to 97 Street (Preliminary Design Survey) — The City of Edmonton is seeking residents' views on its preliminary design for a section of the ongoing Yellowhead Trail Freeway Conversion project between St. Albert Trail and 97 Street. It is also seeking input to help prepare for construction. This particularly affects the neighbourhoods of Sherbrooke, Prince Charles, and Dovercourt. Responses are due by June 21.
  • Agriculture and Food Sector Development Strategy: Residents of Strathcona County are invited to complete a survey on what is important to them about agriculture and food as the county develops a strategy to become an ideal location for agriculture, agricultural value-added production, and food processing. Input is due by June 22.
  • Community Standards Bylaw, Hens, and Beekeeping. The City of Spruce Grove is developing a community standards bylaw that will cover public behaviour, property maintenance and neighbour relations, noise control, and smoking and cannabis. Residents and business owners are invited to share their thoughts on those issues as well as backyard hens and beekeeping by completing an online survey by July 9.

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Photo: The City of Edmonton is looking for feedback on the preliminary design of the Yellowhead Trail Freeway Conversion between St. Albert Trail and 97 Street. (City of Edmonton/YouTube)