Mill Woods Station Area Plan
A station area plan is being prepared for the area around the future Mill Woods LRT Station.
The plan will determine the location and design of future transit-oriented land uses such as housing, employment and retail as well as supportive infrastructure such as streets and parks.
The City has retained a consulting team led by ParioPlan Inc. to assist with the development of the station area plan in consultation with property owners and other stakeholders.
Public Workshop #3RE-SCHEDULED
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
6-8pm; presentation at 6:30pm
South Edmonton Alliance Church, 6508 - 31 Avenue
Materials being reviewed at Public Workshop #3
Mill Woods Station Area Plan (Draft October 2012)
(Large PDF file appx 19MB)
Mill Woods Group A - Panels 1-4
Welcome, Workshop Two: What We Heard, The Station Area Today, Vision and Guiding Principles
(Large PDF file appx 10.5MB)
Group B - Panels 5-8
Development Concept, Access and Connectivity, Streets and Open Spaces
(Large PDF file appx 8.2MB)
Group C - Panels 9-13
Land Use Precincts, Built Form
Mill Woods Station Area Plan Workshop 3 Workbook
Please fill out the feedback form to help us revise the Draft Mill Woods Station Area Plan and prepare a final plan for presentation to Edmonton City Council in early 2013.
Public Workshop #2 - March 21, 2012
Public Workshop #1 - November 23, 2011
Workshops 1 and 2 included a variety of reports and presentations that outlined the project plans and sought public feedback.
The goals of the station area plan are to:
- Determine a vision for transit oriented development in Mill Woods.
Facilitate appropriate development in the station area.
Respect the unique character and history of the Mill Woods area.
The work plan for the project is divided into four phases over a 16 month period:
- Phase 1: Collection of background information (Aug – Nov 2011)
Phase 2: Exploration and evaluation of alternatives (Dec 2011 – May 2012)
Phase 3: Preparation of draft station area plan and zoning (June – Nov 2012)
Phase 4: Final plan and approvals (Dec 2012 – Feb 2013)
Opportunities for public input will be provided in each phase of the project.
For more information: