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The Great Neighbourhood Capital Program  invests about $15 million per year to develop and deliver on community-identified priorities.

This will coordinate investment in three key areas:

Neighbourhood Revitalizations

Neighbourhood Revitalization is a process, directed by the community and supported by the City, to identify strengths, issues, challenges, and the potential of a particular area. People, businesses, and organizations in the area determine their own goals and action plans to build on strengths and improve quality of life.

From 2009 to 2018, the City of Edmonton is investing in four revitalization areas:

Neighbourhood Redevelopment and Improvements

Building Great Neighbourhoods is a long term initiative that coordinates the efforts of three City of Edmonton programs – Drainage Neighbourhood Renewal, Neighbourhood Renewal and the Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program – to renew, replace and enhance infrastructure in neighbourhoods across Edmonton. As every neighbourhood is different, the investments made through the Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program are unique to each neighbourhood.

By coordinating work with other departments, the City ensures that disruption is minimized and investments are maximized to enhance the livability of neighbourhoods.

Business Development

Scoping of potential projects that fall under business development is underway.

For More Information

Great Neighbourhoods Section


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