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The goal of Neighbourhood Revitalization is to improve the livability of Edmonton’s mature and established neighbourhoods, and mobilize community-led action.

Since 2006, the City of Edmonton’s Neighbourhood Revitalization Program has provided a Revitalization Coordinator in selected neighbourhoods to work in partnership with citizens to strengthen and enhance their neighbourhoods.

Members of a community have powerful and crucial roles to play in revitalizing neighbourhoods. As the people who live, work and play in these areas each day, community members have unique perspectives on what the future of their neighbourhoods could look like and what can be done to help make this happen.

Recognizing this, City staff work collaboratively with local residents, property owners, business owners and operators, non-profit organizations and others to help them craft a strategic plan for the revitalization of their neighbourhood that leverages local strengths and opportunities.

Community members take the lead in contributing history, wisdom and thoughts about their neighbourhood. Together, they develop a vision and goals for the neighbourhood, and identify community-level projects that will help advance those goals and vision. These are articulated in a revitalization strategy. Members of the community and the Revitalization Coordinator continue to work together to advance the projects, goals and vision that the community has established for itself in enhancing Edmonton's neighbourhoods.

We Want to Hear Your Feedback

If you live or work in the Balwin and Belvedere or Inglewood neighbourhoods, the City wants to hear from you! We are looking for input on proposed capital funding enhancements in your communities as part of the Neighbourhood Revitalization Program.  

We need your input on how to make the public physical spaces in your neighbourhoods better by answering questions in a short workbook

Information collected will inform the list of Capital funding enhancements in your neighbourhoods. Deadline to submit is October 23, 2020.

Program Overview

The Neighbourhood Revitalization Program follows the guiding principle of connectedness, as set out in the City’s 10-year strategic plan ConnectEdmonton (2019-2028).

With community partners, the program directly supports two key strategic goals of the City

Healthy City
Edmonton is a neighbourly city with community and personal wellness that embodies and promotes equity for all Edmontonians.

Urban Places
Edmonton's neighbourhoods are more vibrant as density increases, where people and businesses thrive and where housing and mobility options are plentiful.

Program Principles

  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Equity
  • Innovation
  • Openness & Transparency

Program Outcomes

  • Properties are attractive and well-cared for
  • People feel safe in their homes and community
  • The local economy is thriving
  • Investment in the community is strong
  • The social fabric of the neighbourhood is strong
  • People are empowered to lead change

Edmonton’s pioneer neighbourhood revitalization project has transformed the area's social and physical aspects.

The Revitalization Strategy is ready! It highlights the neighbourhood’s vision, goals and community-led projects selected for the first few years.
Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park are two of Edmonton’s oldest neighbourhoods located just north of the downtown core.
The Revitalization Strategy is ready! It highlights the neighbourhood’s vision, goals and community-led projects selected for the first few years.
This revitalization focuses on physical, social and economic improvements to enhance the cultural experience of the area.

The Jasper Place Revitalization is helping to improve the quality of life in Britannia-Youngstown, Canora, Glenwood and West Jasper Place.

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