109 Street Corridor Area Redevelopment Plan
The 109 Street corridor between the High Level Bridge and 61 Avenue is a prominent roadway in south-central Edmonton.
The 109 Street Corridor Study, completed in 2008, involved portions of six communities: Garneau, McKernan, Queen Alexandra, Parkallen, Allendale and Pleasantview.
It recommended more intensive forms of residential and mixed-use development along 109 Street, together with streetscape and transportation changes in order to create an improved balance between traffic movement and neighbourhood liveability.
To provide direction and make those changes possible the City, with the participation of the communities, prepared the 109 Street Cooridor Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP).
The 109 Street Plan was approved by City Council at Public Hearing on August 26, 2013.
Subsequent amendments were also made to the Garneau Area Redevelopment Plan, Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan and the Parkallen (previous the McKernan-Belgravia-Parkallen) Community Development Plan.
A primary implementation item identified in the 109 Street Corridor ARP was to undertake a Comprehensive Streetscape Improvement Plan for 109 Street, to guide future roadway, public realm, and associated improvements. This work is underway as the 109 Street Concept Streetscape Design project.
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|Title||Senior Urban Designer|