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Share your ideas and help us build great public places downtown.

Comprehensive engagement is required to ensure the Downtown Public Places Plan meet community needs and help provide guidance for an increasingly vibrant, well-designed, accessible and sustainable downtown.

Public Engagement Plan

It is important that the public and stakeholders be involved in shaping the Downtown Public Places Plan to create a stronger, more relevant and effective plan. This Public Engagement and Communications Plan outlines how to involve and gather their insight and feedback to inform the project.

Share Your Voice

Stop by one of our drop-in events and share your thoughts on how we can create great open spaces, parks and plazas.

Date: Wednesday February 28, 2018
Time: 11am-2pm
Location: Edmonton Tower Main Floor Lobby
10111 104 Avenue

Date: Thursday March 1, 2018
Time: 4-8pm
Location: Boyle Street Plaza
9538 103a Avenue

Date: Saturday March 3, 2018
Time: 9am-3pm
Location: City Market, City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square

Date: Thursday March 8, 2018
Time: 4-7pm
Location: Enterprise Square
10230 Jasper Avenue

Project Timeline

Phase 1

Understand the Context

January - March 2018

Phase 1 Engagement: Conceptualize

February - March 2018

  • Gather input about the strengths, weaknesses, gaps and opportunities in the Downtown public-place network
  • Validate and refine the supply and needs assessment from Breathe
  • Refine decision-making criteria

Phase 2

Analyze the Site

March - July 2018

Phase 2 Engagement: Visualize

June - July 2018

  • Work with the public and stakeholders to review the analysis and evaluate the draft framework

Phase 3

Develop the Plan

May - December 2018

Phase 3 Engagement: Finalize

September - October 2018

  • Gather feedback on the proposed draft plan
  • Prioritize public place improvements to inform the implementation plan
The City of Edmonton is committed to involving the people affected by the decisions it makes. We seek diverse opinions, experiences and information so that a wide spectrum of information is available to decision makers.

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