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About the Project

The City of Edmonton will extensively rehabilitate the existing Kennedale Snow Storage Facility located at 5370-130 Avenue. The facility currently serves central Edmonton, including the downtown core, with a clay surface and storm pond for collecting and discharge of snow melt.

The facility will be upgraded to a modern standard consistent with other engineered facilities in the City.

The project includes:

  • Rehabilitation of the existing engineered snow storage facility with hard surfacing and a snow storage capacity of 600,000 cubic metres and relocation of snow storage to the northeast corner of the site
  • Rehabilitation of the south portion of the yard to be incorporated into the existing Kennedale Operations Yard

The City will address local impacts of rehabilitation:

  • Maintaining local access during and after construction
  • Visual impacts
  • Improvements to Sherin Road
  • Safety features, detouring and construction staging

Project Lifecycle Design

Where We Are Today

Public involvement will take place to share the scope, timing, possible detour plans and other construction impacts.

For More Information

Jason Reske

Title Senior Engineer



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