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To ensure that public recreation spaces continue to be accessible and responsive to community needs, we need your input to help shape this plan.

The feedback you provided will help guide the City in making the best possible decisions on our city's current and future recreation facilities and services.

Share Your Voice

Join us to learn about what we heard from previous engagement sessions, how
it influenced the development of the plan and what it means for the future
of community and recreation facilities in Edmonton.

Drop-in Sessions

You're invited to 2 new drop-in information sessions to learn more about
the plan and provide your comments before it goes to Council this spring.

Date: Tuesday March 6, 2018
Time: 4-7pm
Location: Central Lions Seniors Recreation Centre 
11113-113 Street

Date: Wednesday March 7, 2018
Time: 4-7pm
Location: Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre
2051 Leger Road

Engagement Process and Reporting Back

Engagement Activities

Over May and June 2017, the Community and Recreation Facility Master Plan team engaged Edmontonians in a variety of ways, including an online survey, community group surveys, focus and discussion groups, interviews and at pop-up events held at various locations in the city. We are actively compiling the feedback and will share results as soon as able.

In the fall of 2016, the City held multiple sessions with several communities of interest to ask 3 questions: what's working well? what's not? and what do you envision for the future? These engagement sessions provided rich input that is helping to build the guiding principles of the new Master Plan.

In August 2016, the Community and Recreation Facility Master Plan team did intercept surveys where people gathered: at farmers’ markets, festivals, concerts, public events and on Edmonton transit. We asked if our city’s current public recreation facilities are working well, along with what  could be changed or improved. We also connected with various communities of interest to understand what was important to them. More than 3,000 Edmontonians provided their input!

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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