Neighbourhood Renewal in Inglewood was completed in 2021.

Parks and Open Spaces

Improvements to John A. Norris Park, Linear Park and Rocketship Park also occurred in 2021. If you have any questions or concerns, please email openspacesdelivery@edmonton.ca.

Inglewood Park

Construction on the Inglewood Park Redevelopment is scheduled to begin in June with completion anticipated in September 2022.

The project will include installation of a spray park with an external water filling station, concrete pads to accommodate new park furnishings and replacement/upgrades to existing park furnishings such as benches and picnic tables.

John A. Norris Park

128 Street and 112 Avenue

Construction of the new community space which includes a new shelter structure and walking path, has been completed. Due to delivery delays, park furniture (picnic tables and benches) will be installed in November 2021 and will not impact opening the park for public use. The final portion of construction will be the installation of additional lighting within the park which will be completed in 2022. 

Linear Park

East side of 122 Street between 111 Avenue and 118 Avenue

Construction included improvements to the existing pathway and construction of a new separate dogs off-leash park has been completed. The only work remaining is the completion of the path lighting, which will occur over the winter of 2021/2022.

Winnifred Stewart Park

Construction on the Winnifred Stewart Park project is scheduled to begin in June with completion anticipated in September 2022.

The project will include an addition of a connector walkway to the north east/west corner of the park, a large semicircular area where the new pathway meets the existing sidewalk to the south, a new picnic table with suitable seating and new plantings.

About the Program

Inglewood has been chosen for reconstruction, beginning in spring 2019, with completion expected for 2021.

Neighbourhood reconstruction is a type of neighbourhood renewal that involves road reconstruction and repaving, as well as replacement of streetlights and reconstruction of sidewalks, curb and gutter. Alley renewal is not part of neighbourhood reconstruction. It also includes the opportunity for two local improvements, sidewalk renewal and decorative streetlights. Inglewood's neighbourhood reconstruction will also include the delivery of the 127 Street corridor concept plan that was developed in 2015 through extensive public engagement.

What We Decided Report - April 2019

The What We Decided Report describes the final designs for Inglewood's neighbourhood renewal, including when and how the City used policy and program information, public engagement input and technical requirements to make project decisions.

What We Decided

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