Here are opportunities to add to discussions on civic matters that include rezonings in Woodcroft and McKernan, and renewing the city's animal licensing and control bylaw.
- Brentwood Homes Rezoning (advise) — The city is reviewing an application to rezone 13503 and 13743 115 Avenue NW in the Woodcroft neighbourhood to permit buildings of up to 10 stories, mostly for residential use. The developer says the project will create approximately 500 additional affordable units. Residents can ask the project planner a question or share their thoughts until Dec. 17.
- Animal Licensing and Control Bylaw Renewal — The city is renewing its 20-year-old Animal Licensing and Control Bylaw, which sets the rules for pet ownership, urban farming, stray populations, and fees for animal-related infractions. Previous engagement with the public took place in the fall; a report on that engagement is forthcoming. Residents are invited to complete another online survey, which closes Dec. 18.
- McKernan Rezoning (mid-rise residential) — The city is seeking feedback on an application to rezone 11343 76 Avenue NW to allow for a building of up to six stories with 71 units, and commercial space on the ground floor. The site is currently designated as small-scale infill. The application includes a request to amend the community's area development plan, which limits development at the site to four storeys. Residents can ask a question about the application or share their thoughts until Jan. 8.
More input opportunities
- By Dec. 15: Business Improvement Area Survey (for patrons) in Edmonton
- By Dec. 15: Business Improvement Area Survey (for businesses) in Edmonton
- By Dec. 31: Public Washroom Survey in Edmonton
- By Dec. 31: Public Engagement Feedback Survey in Edmonton
- By Jan. 14: Apply to join a civic board in Edmonton
Photo: The city is considering rezoning 11343 76 Avenue NW to allow for a mixed-use building up to six storeys. (Google Maps)