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Thank you to everyone who attended the September 24, 2019 drop-in engagement session to learn more about the proposed changes to the Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) to incorporate the recommendations from the City’s planWhyte Land Use study.

The Display Boards show the information that was presented that evening. The What We Heard Report summaries the input received. The summary will be included in a report to City Council when the proposed changes go to a future Public Hearing for a decision targeted for early 2020. 

December 13, 2017

On December 13, 2017, the City held its final public open house regarding the planWhyte Land Use Study. The purpose of the open house was to:

  • Provide an update on the project, completed technical studies and what we have heard so far
  • Provide a summary of ongoing project co-ordination between the planWhyte land use study and Centre LRT Study which has identified Whyte Avenue as a future low-floor LRT route
  • Confirm design concepts and policy directions that will shape the long-term future of the Whyte Avenue corridor

Feedback, technical study findings and best practices will be used to complete the planWhyte Land Use Study prior to presentation to Urban Planning Committee in April 2018.

Display Boards

June 20, 2017

The City held an open house on June 20, 2017. Thank you to everyone who came out and shared your input with the project team. The purpose of this third public engagement was to:

  • Provide an update on the project and what we have heard so far
  • Confirm a design vision and set of guiding principles for the commercial area
  • Present and refine design concepts and policy directions
  • Encourage feedback and discussion with the project team about the study

Display Boards

​September 28, 2016

Our second public meeting was held on September 28, 2016. Thank you to those who chose to spend their evening with us! We appreciate your time and your input on the work we have done so far.

The purpose of the workshop was to:
  • Present background information on the project and what we have heard so far
  • Provide draft planning concepts for discussion and feedback
  • Confirm what type of changes you would like to see along Whyte Avenue over the long-term and community vision for the corridor

Presentation
Display Boards
Questionnaire
Workshop and Survey Feedback

June 16, 2016

On June 16, 2016, the City held its first public workshop to kick off the planWhyte land use study. The purpose of the workshop was to:

  • Introduce the project team, study process and expectations
  • Provide background information about the project and what brought us to where we are today
  • Share information about the study area, features of the Whyte Avenue Commercial Area, and technical information we will be further seeking
  • Gather your input on what you would like to see happen on Whyte Avenue over the long-term and develop a community vision for the corridor

Presentation
Display Boards
Workbook

Our Public Engagement Focus

Public engagement was a key factor in the success of this project.  The City is grateful for all the business owners and community members that have contributed throughout the 3 phases of engagement that included open houses, workshops, surveys and pop-ups since June 2016. 

Public Engagement

Share Your Voice, Shape Our City

For More Information

Email planwhyte@edmonton.ca

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