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Neighbourhood Reconstruction is scheduled for Eastwood and Elmwood Park as part of the 2020-22 construction program.

Project Update - November 2019

Thank you to everyone who attended the October 24 and November 7, 2019 public engagement events. At these events, the project team presented the refined Neighbourhood Design, which includes park features and improvements for people who walk and bike in the neighbourhood, and gathered feedback from the community.

We also talked about Local Improvement options for decorative street lighting and sidewalk reconstruction that are available to you, and how to proceed with the Local Improvement process.

Your input is important as we move toward finalizing the design and the scheduled 2020 construction start date for your Neighbourhood Renewal. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback through our online engagement tool before November 21, 2019.

Sign up for project updates about the Eastwood/Elmwood Park Neighbourhood Renewal and watch for information about our next public engagement event in early 2020!

Eastwood/Elmwood Park Neighbourhood Renewal

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About the Project

Eastwood and Elmwood Park have been chosen for reconstruction beginning in spring 2020. Neighbourhood reconstruction in Eastwood and Elmwood Park is expected to be a 3-year renewal with anticipated completion in 2022.

Neighbourhood reconstruction is a type of neighbourhood renewal that involves road reconstruction and repaving, as well as replacement of street lights and reconstruction of sidewalks, curb and gutter. Alley renewal is not part of neighbourhood reconstruction. It also includes the opportunity for 2 local improvements: sidewalk renewal and decorative street lights.

Neighbourhood Reconstruction

Learn more about what you can expect in your neighbourhood during construction.

Project History

Exploring Options and Tradeoffs Event - May 2019

Thank you to those who joined us at the Exploring Options and Tradeoffs Public Engagement Events on May 1 and 4, 2019.

Attendees shared input on the benefits and tradeoffs for design options, and helped to confirm the vision and principles for Eastwood and Elmwood Park. The feedback received will help us to refine the designs of the draft concepts, including park features and improvements for people who walk and bike in the neighbourhood.

Event Materials
Project Overview
Cost-sharing Opportunities
119 Avenue Design Options Map
Display Boards (11MB)

Community Engagement Advisory Group

As part of our mission to develop a relationship with residents and community members, we formed a Community Engagement Advisory Group (CEAG) to reflect the diverse makeup of the community, help refine the City’s approach to engagement throughout the project, and ensure that people know their input is heard and valued.

Learn more about the Eastwood/Elmwood Park CEAG and its role in the public engagement process.

Public Engagement - December 2018

Residents of Eastwood and Elmwood Park have shared feedback through engagement events and activities since December 2018. This input will help inform the draft designs for the neighbourhood renewal.

As part of our commitment to report back, the Visioning and Local Knowledge What We Heard report provides a summary of this feedback and our public engagement activities to date.

For More Information

Felix Lam

Title Engineering Project Manager



Building Great Neighbourhoods

All additional inquiries or escalations can be directed to the Building Great Neighbourhoods team, or by calling 311.


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