Here are some opportunities to offer your input on various civic issues in Edmonton, including neighbourhood renewal in Hillview, Overlanders, and Homesteader, and the Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative.
- Hillview Neighbourhood and Alley Renewal and Overlanders and Homesteader Neighbourhood Renewal — The City of Edmonton is inviting residents to help confirm the vision and guiding principles for its renewal of Hillview, Overlanders, and Homesteader. Feedback will help determine what to maintain and what residents are flexible on as the city refines its design. Hillview residents can complete an online survey until June 23, and Overlanders and Homesteader residents can complete an online survey until June 28.
- Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative (advise-level engagement) — The City of Edmonton has extended the opportunity for residents to provide feedback on its draft zoning bylaw as part of the ongoing Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative. Refine-level engagement took place from May 1 to 31, and the city has added a two-month advise-level engagement period during which residents can complete an online survey, email the Zoning Bylaw Renewal team, or post an idea to the city's website. The advise-level engagement period ends on July 30.
- June 12, 3pm: Business Drop-In Event on Yellowhead Trail project from St. Albert Trail to 97 Street
- June 13, 5pm: Overlanders/Homesteader Neighbourhood Renewal Drop-in Session
- June 14, 6pm: Hillview Neighbourhood and Alley Renewal: Options and Tradeoffs
- June 14, 6:30pm: Online Public Session on Yellowhead Trail project from St. Albert Trail to 97 Street
- June 14, 6:30pm: Problem Property Initiative Neighbourhood Meet & Greet in McCauley
More input opportunities
- By June 21: Yellowhead Trail: St. Albert Trail to 97 Street (Preliminary Design Survey)
- By June 22: Agriculture and Food Sector Development Strategy in Strathcona County
- By July 9: Community Standards Bylaw, Hens, and Beekeeping in Spruce Grove
- By Aug. 31: Edmonton Business Census
- By Oct. 1: Pop-up Dog Parks Program Evaluation
- By Dec. 31: Public Engagement Survey
Image: A conceptual diagram of what incremental infill development could look like in a neighbourhood in a redeveloping area. (City of Edmonton/Residential Zone Modelling)