Calls for public engagement: 76 Ave. renewal, active transportation

Calls for public engagement: 76 Ave. renewal, active transportation

· The Pulse

Here are opportunities to help inform city planning, including the active transportation network, transit and recreation centre services, and the renewal of an important collector street in Ritchie and King Edward Park.

  • Active Transportation Network Survey — The city is looking to learn about how people view active transportation and the Active Transportation Network Expansion project, and their preferences for communication and education about active transportation. An online survey is open until Feb. 20.
  • February Mixed Topic Survey — The city is gathering information this month about transit and recreation centre use. The survey form also invites residents to opt into two upcoming engagement opportunities: a survey in February about recreation centre memberships and a survey in March regarding the Old Strathcona Public Realm Strategy, which is entering its final engagement phase before being presented to council in spring. The February Mixed Topic Survey closes Feb. 20.
  • Element Park Planning (St. Albert) — The City of St. Albert is designing a new park in the Erin Ridge North community, which will be the northernmost park in the city. The project team is holding an open house at Servus Credit Union Place on Feb. 21. Residents can also complete an online survey until Feb. 25.
  • 76 Avenue Renewal (explore) — The City of Edmonton has started engagement about the renewal of 76 Avenue between 75 Street and 99 Street, through the neighbourhoods of Ritchie and King Edward Park. Residents can meet the project team at an open house at the Ritchie Community League hall on Feb. 22 or complete an online survey about their experiences using the street until March 3.

More input opportunities

Photo: An Edmonton bike lane in early fall. (Mack Male/Flickr)