Public engagement events, an online survey and Community Integrated Committee meetings allowed residents and businesses from six community leagues along 109 Street to provide their input during the strategy phase of this project.
Insight Survey - July 2016
A series of questions about Envision 109 was included in the City’s July 2016 Insight Community Mixed-Topic Survey. The Edmonton Insight Community is an online citizen panel made up of diverse Edmontonians who provide feedback on City policies, initiatives and issues.
Survey Results Summary
Meeting Two - May 2016
On Thursday, May 12, the project team presented major design considerations and guiding principles for the design of 109 Street streetscape. The purpose of this Open House was to help participants acquire a better understanding of the multitude of factors influencing this project. Public feedback will help the project team to come up with design solutions that address stakeholder expectations and city policies and directives in the best possible way, to ultimately improve the 109 Street corridor and help the revitalization efforts in the adjacent areas.
What We Heard (Phase Two)
Meeting One - January 2016
On January 27, 2016, the City held an open house to encourage citizens to provide their feedback. The information received will assist in developing the guiding vision and a set of planning principles for the streetscape.
What We Heard (Phase One)