Calls for public engagement: Griesbach, street safety, rural broadband

Calls for public engagement: Griesbach, street safety, rural broadband

· The Pulse

Here are some opportunities to offer your input on civic issues, including a proposed redevelopment of Griesbach, traffic safety solutions in Bonnie Doon and Idylwylde, and Sturgeon County's broadband strategy. (Please ensure you live in affected areas before completing surveys.)

  • Sturgeon County Broadband StrategySturgeon County and a private sector partner are implementing a phased broadband strategy, starting with a pilot in the Villeneuve area. Businesses and residents who participated in Phase 1 of the Sturgeon County Broadband Fibre Network are invited to complete a short survey by Sept. 29.
  • Griesbach: Proposed Redevelopment — The City of Edmonton has begun public engagement around a proposed amendment to the Griesbach Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan to allow the redevelopment of 160 acres. The proposal, made by B&A Planning Group, includes a mix of housing, including low- and medium-density residential and commercial development. A public open house is scheduled for Sept. 21. Residents are invited to ask the project manager a question or share their thoughts on the city website until Oct. 2.
  • Bonnie Doon Traffic Diversion — The City of Edmonton is considering installing traffic diverters at three location in Bonnie Doon to address safety concerns. The solution is part of the city's ongoing Vision Zero Street Lab. Residents of the area are invited to share their thoughts on the proposed solutions by completing a survey before Oct. 2.
  • Idylwylde Street Lab — The City of Edmonton is considering launching a Vision Zero Street Lab in the Idylwylde neighbourhood. Residents can take a survey to share their insights on street safety or use an interactive mapping tool until Oct. 3.

More input opportunities

Photo: A row of houses in Griesbach. (City of Edmonton/Neighbourhood Profile)