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Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods are great places to live and have many treasures including District Activity Parks. These parks serve several neighbourhoods in the larger area and are important for health, wellness and quality of life. They are part of a city-wide park system and support a wide variety of facilities, programs and open space activities.

Confederation Park (11204 43 Ave NW) is a District Activity Park that needs your help to shape its future through the development of a Master Plan. This plan will consider your interests, existing and new amenities and activities, maintenance, City policies and the greater community.

To create this Master Plan, some of the questions we will ask you are:

  • What do you love about your park?
  • What is already working and what could be improved?
  • What spaces do you need in the park to make your community even better?

Current Activity

Thank you for attending  the open house in October, 2016 and for providing your feedback. The results gathered from the event and online survey have been compiled and developed into a What We Heard document.

The next open house will be in Fall 2017.

Project Timeline

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Fall 2016 - Sharing Ideas : survey, open house and stakeholder meetings.

Open House Boards

Winter/Spring 2017 - Exploring Options : development of concept options with stakeholders and project team.

Fall 2017 - Setting the Direction : preferred concept option Master Plan will be shared for final feedback.

End of 2017 - Master Plan completed.

2018 - Master plan submitted into 2019-2022 capital budget process for consideration.

Future - Detailed design and construction dependent on funding.

Project Overview

Confederation Park has been identified as a priority for the District Activity Park Renewal Program to update park infrastructure and park amenities to meet community needs. This program provides a long term strategic approach to renew District Activity Parks and identifies parks for the 10-year Capital Investment Agenda and four year Capital Budget 2019-2022.

The master plan process includes a Public Involvement Plan to engage community and stakeholders. Some themes that will guide these conversations include; access and circulation, sport activities, recreation and play activities, arts, culture and celebration and environmental sustainability. Your input will inform key features and activities to complement the existing park!

For More Information

Building Great Neighbourhoods Planning and Design

8th Floor, Century Place
9803-102A Avenue NW Edmonton
T5J 3A3

 

Telephone

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

Email buildinggreatneighbourhoods@edmonton.ca

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