Draft Corridor Study Report
The 101 Avenue Corridor Study draft report will be presented to the City Council Urban Planning Committee in the summer or fall of 2017.
Administration will be making the recommendations to the Urban Planning Committee about next steps and implementation.
Read the 101 Avenue Corridor Study draft report (27MB), which includes a glossary to help understand the various planning terms.
The Engagement Summary includes details on the various public engagement activities conducted during the study. The draft report includes a Water Network Upgrade plan to support the future development on 101 Avenue.
How to Get Involved
at the Urban Planning Committee meeting to express your views about the 101 Avenue Corridor Study to the Committee members. You can also attend just to watch the proceedings.
Urban Planning Committee agendas are published on Thursday, a week before the meeting. Please check the agenda to confirm the time and date of the 101 Avenue Corridor Study presentation.
Contact us if you have any questions about this process: 101AvenueCorridorStudy@edmonton.ca.
About the Project
101 Avenue was once the primary route into Edmonton’s downtown from the east. The construction of Terrace Road and the James MacDonald Bridge in the late 1960s and early 1970s allowed traffic to bypass 101 Avenue and provided a more direct route to downtown.
The avenue’s right-of-way was originally built to accommodate higher volumes of traffic than has been experienced over the last few decades.
The Greater Hardisty Community Sustainability Coalition has engaged with various groups to determine how they can manage change, decline, and development in their neighbourhoods. Part of this discussion has centered around 101 Avenue, the main commercial road in the area.
The community has raised concerns about vacant commercial properties, crime, a lack of street identity, and a lack of services for residents. However, 101 Avenue has a lot of potential to become a more welcoming destination for the adjacent neighbourhoods and the broader east-Edmonton area.
The community has expressed a desire to develop a vision for the corridor and proactively work to shape the future of 101 Avenue. In response to the community’s energy and interest, the City is working on a Vision and Corridor Study for 101 Avenue.
The Hardisty cluster of neighbourhoods has active and engaged citizen groups whose input will be essential to the success of this project, and all are invited to participate in determining what the future holds for 101 Avenue.
The study area includes 101 Avenue and its adjacent properties from 79 Street to 50 Street.
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