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The Corner Store Program stimulates local small business growth that can provide a positive benefit to the community.

The Corner Store Program is a pilot project that aims to re-establish neighbourhood shopping centres as community hubs within Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods. The program supports physical improvements to City infrastructure (such as landscaping, lighting or benches), and exterior renovations to buildings and businesses at participating sites. The program strengthens business and commercial vibrancy at small corner store sites through activities and partnerships between the City of Edmonton, property owners, the local community, and business owners.

Program Participation

The Corner Store Program is currently active at six sites in Edmonton with no additional sites being considered at this time. Please contact the Program Manager for more information.

Project Gallery

Before and after photos of a few of our completed projects.

Current Projects

Public realm improvements in Newton are expected to begin in 2018.
Improvements are planned in Ritchie, which will include the intersection of 76 Avenue & 96 Street, as part of the Corner Store Pilot Program.

For More Information

Braidon Reid

Economic and Environmental Sustainability
Sustainable Development, City of Edmonton
9th Floor, 10111 104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0J4

Title Commercial Business Strategist
Telephone

780-442-7148

Email braidon.reid@edmonton.ca

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