Here are some opportunities to offer your input on civic initiatives, including renewal projects in Glenwood and Lansdowne, Valley Line West LRT communications, Castle Downs Park plans, and the Vibrant Street Art Contest.
- Glenwood Alley Renewal (pre-engagement survey) — The City of Edmonton is preparing for the Glenwood East renewal project, which is expected to enter construction in 2025. The city is now asking residents, property owners, and businesses how they prefer to receive communications from the city. The survey is open until Nov. 20.
- November Mixed Topic Survey — This month, the City of Edmonton is asking residents about services and amenities and is seeking input to help shape communications related to the Valley Line West LRT project. The online survey closes on Nov. 21.
- Castle Downs Park (concept plan) — The City of Edmonton is seeking input from residents about how they use Castle Downs Park in northwest Edmonton and what amenities they would like added. An online survey is available until Nov. 21.
- Vibrant Streets Art Contest (voting) — The City of Edmonton invites residents to vote on their favourite submissions for art to decorate traffic control boxes. The top 12 works from local artists will be announced in January and installed in the spring of 2024. The voting period ends Nov. 22.
- Lansdowne Alley Renewal (pre-engagement survey) — The City of Edmonton is holding a drop-in event at the Lansdowne Community League from 6pm to 8:30pm on Nov. 22. Residents can also complete an online survey about the current state and function of Lansdowne's alleys until Nov. 26.
More input opportunities
- By Nov. 17: Oliver Neighbourhood Renewal (planning and design) in Edmonton
- By Nov. 19: Land Use Bylaw Update in St. Albert
- On Nov. 20: Council Procedure Bylaw amendment (public engagement session) in Leduc
- By Dec. 1: District Planning (online engagement and surveys) in Edmonton
- By Dec. 31: Public Washroom Survey in Edmonton
- By Dec. 31: Public Engagement Feedback Survey in Edmonton
Photo: A decorative traffic control box at 124 Street and 106 Avenue. (Decorative Traffic Control Boxes map)