Here are some opportunities to offer your input on civic issues, including a survey about Edmonton's core and engagement around the City of Leduc's environmental plan. (Please ensure you live in affected areas before completing surveys.)
- Centre City Area Survey — The City of Edmonton wants to hear the experiences of people who live in or visit the city centre, which includes downtown, Rossdale, Oliver, Westmount, Queen Mary Park, Central McDougall, McCauley, and Boyle Street. It is open until Sept. 20.
- Vibrant Streets Art Contest — The City of Edmonton is inviting residents of all abilities, backgrounds, and ages to submit designs for decorative traffic control boxes. The contest is part of the city's new Vibrant Streets program. To be considered, designs must be submitted by Sept. 29.
- Environmental Plan Update — The City of Leduc is looking update the environmental plan it adopted in 2012. The city is planning pop-up engagement opportunities where residents can vote on environmental priorities. Residents can help shape the plan by completing an online survey, which is available until Sept. 24.
More input opportunities
- By Sept. 19: Glenwood (163 Street West) Neighbourhood and Alley Renewal in Edmonton
- By Sept. 23: 2024 Budget Planning in Beaumont
- By Sept. 29: Proposed Off-Leash Dog Park Questionnaire in Leduc
- By Oct. 1: Pop-up Dog Parks Program Evaluation in Edmonton
- By Oct. 23: Animal Licensing and Control Bylaw Renewal: Phase 1 of Public Engagement in Edmonton
- By Oct. 31: Transit Master Plan in Strathcona County
- By Dec. 31: Public Washroom Survey in Edmonton
- By Dec. 31: Public Engagement Feedback Survey in Edmonton
Photo: Jasper Avenue. (Mack Male/Flickr)