In response to a September 30, 2019 Executive Committee motion () the City recently completed public and stakeholder engagement to get feedback on how decisions are made related to the construction of the deepest and largest sanitary sewer tunnels that accommodate growth in Edmonton.
This engagement took place online, and was delivered through a survey and video conference meetings in October and November 2020.
The online survey was made available to all Edmontonians and gathered feedback on:
- The governance of the SSSF Oversight Committee and the process of developing major sanitary sewer tunnel projects to service growth
- The operations of the Sanitary Servicing Strategy Fund
- How much information residents want on sanitary sewer tunnel projects funded through the Sanitary Servicing Strategy Fund
Online meetings were scheduled to provide interested individuals and stakeholders the opportunity to discuss this subject further and provide feedback, and get answers to their questions.
Learn about how Edmontonians were engaged to help inform the governance of the SSSF in the What We Heard Report. City Administration has clarified the SSSF governance structure to reflect this feedback and is preparing a report to respond to Council’s motion, to be presented to Council’s Executive Committee on April 12, 2021.