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The 103 Avenue Streetscape Project focuses on enhancing the area between 100 Street and 101 Street.

Project Update - December 2020

On July 30, 2020, an online workshop was held for area stakeholders to provide feedback to be used in the development of the project concept plan. Between August-October 2020, virtual stakeholder interviews were completed. These interviews allowed the project team to share the draft concept plans with the stakeholders, provide project updates and receive input on the plans.

Public feedback was sought through an online survey. The survey was live on the project website from August 11-24, and collected public feedback on the concept plans.

Following the survey and interviews, the project team compiled feedback in the latest What We Heard Report.

What We Heard

Concept Plan Images

About the Project

103 Avenue is a natural connection that links people to the Ice District, the Civic Precinct, including the Royal Alberta Museum, Winspear Centre, City Hall, Stanley A. Milner Public Library, as well as office towers, restaurants, hotels and the Valley Line-South LRT. 103 Avenue also connects hundreds of Edmontonians, including seniors, to their homes.

The 103 Avenue Streetscape is a Green and Walkable project. These projects make areas more attractive to live and invest in, bringing more diversity, vibrancy, and energy to downtown Edmonton. This is a component of the Capital City Downtown Plan that calls for improvements to downtown roadways and streetscapes that support safe and comfortable pedestrian movement, sidewalk vibrancy, quality urban design, and more trees and greenery.

Project Timeline

2021 - tendering and construction

December 2020 - detailed design

October 2020 - preliminary design

December 2019 - vision and concept planning

Project History

Project Update - August 2020

The concept plan for the 103 Avenue Streetscape is ready for review.

Concept Plan

During public and stakeholder engagement, the City learned there are 4 key items important to those who live, work, and travel on 103 Avenue:


Improving the streetscape along 103 Avenue through landscaping, amenities, and areas to linger will create a green and walkable street and create a more attractive and desirable place for people of all ages and abilities.


The street is dark, particularly in the winter months. There was a desire for increased lighting to improve safety.


103 Avenue acts as a wind tunnel that discourages people from enjoying the street. While it is not possible to eliminate the wind, there may be features that can lessen its impact.


Although the street will be open to traffic, there is a need to emphasize the pedestrian experience through wider sidewalks, narrower travel lanes, reduced on street parking, increased landscaping and more seating areas.

Project Update - January 2020

From August to October 2019, Edmontonians shared their ideas and thoughts about the City’s vision for 103 Avenue. Feedback received during the visioning stage of the 103 Avenue Streetscape project has been recorded and compiled into the first What We Heard report for the project. 

What We Heard Report

Public Event - September 2019

On September 17, 2019, a public event was held to introduce the project, provide background information and seek public and stakeholder input. The public was invited to share feedback and ideas to develop a vision and options for the 103 Avenue Streetscape Project.

Event Materials:
Display Boards
Fact Sheet

For More Information

Ali Alou

Title Project Manager

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