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Neighbourhood Reconstruction is scheduled for Inglewood as part of the 2019-21 construction program.

Construction Update - October 2019

The first year of construction for Inglewood's neighbourhood renewal is almost complete! Here's what's been completed so far and what is still to come in 2019:

  • All sidewalk reconstruction east of 124 Street is almost complete. Work will continue on the remaining connectors and driveway pours this month as well as 2 raised crosswalks on 122 Street and a curb extension south of 118 Avenue.

  • Road work east of 124 Street will begin this month and all paving will be complete east of 124 Street for mid-October.

  • Sidewalk, curb and gutter removals have started west of 124 Street.

  • Street lighting upgrades have started with new bases and galvanized poles being installed; decorative street lights will be installed in 2020.

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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Project History

Project Update - June 2019

Construction for Inglewood's Neighbourhood Renewal is underway. Over the first month, crews started work on the east side of the neighbourhood, working along 122 Street and 123 Street.

Sidewalk reconstruction is ongoing on the west side of 123 Street and all catch basins on the street have also been upgraded. Sidewalk reconstruction along 122 Street began this week and upgrades to catch basins on the street will begin in July.

Thank you to all residents and Inglewood visitors for your patience during construction. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your property, please contact the Delivery Project Manager so we can address your questions as soon as possible. We look forward to continuing to work together and making the most out of your neighbourhood!

Project Update - May 2019

Construction is now underway in Inglewood. The construction consists of removal and replacement of public sidewalk, curb and gutter, and street lighting, as well as reconstruction and paving of the road.

The Spring Bulletin contains important project and contact information for residents and property owners. The Prime Contractor working for the City will deliver bulletins outlining the estimated start/finish dates of each portion of the project, along with their contact information.

Project Update - April 2019

Thank you to those who attended the Inglewood Neighbourhood Renewal pre-construction event on Saturday April 27, 2019 to view the final designs for your neighbourhood and learn more about what to expect during the planned 3-year construction.

The final neighbourhood designs were developed based on the feedback received throughout the public engagement process, and also considered City policies, programs, and technical considerations. The final neighbourhood designs include:

  • Upgraded residential streets, including measures to slow traffic
  • Improved connections for people who walk and bike
  • Enhanced park and green spaces

Attendees also had the opportunity to speak to project team members for Inglewood's Neighbourhood Revitalization and 124 Street (111 to 118 Avenue) Renewal.

Meeting Materials
Construction Boards
Display Boards
What We Decided Report

Project Update - January 2019

Thank you to everyone who dropped by the Inglewood Neighbourhood Renewal Preliminary Design Event to share your input on the preliminary designs for new and renewed infrastructure in the community. If you were not able to attend, please see the event materials.

At this event, property owners had the opportunity to learn and make a decision about the sidewalk and decorative street light Local Improvements. Inglewood Revitalization and 124 Street Renewal (111 to 118 Avenue) project teams were also in attendance.

What We Heard

Event Materials
What We Heard (October 2018)
Project Background and Preliminary Designs
Local Improvements

Project Update - October 2018

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Tuesday October 2, 2018 to view and provide feedback on the draft concepts for Inglewood Neighbourhood Renewal, including:

  • Walkways and connectivity
  • Bike routes and infrastructure
  • Traffic calming measures
  • Enhancing public parks and green spaces
  • Opportunities to reflect Inglewood’s identity and character

The following months will be used to fine-tune the design based on public feedback and to fully develop the technical and other elements of the plans. The preliminary design will be shared with the community in early 2019, prior to construction in spring 2019.

Drop-in Event - August 2018

On August 16, 2018, the City hosted an event to seek input on concepts for the Inglewood neighbourhood. Attendees were asked to:

  • Explore and provide feedback on different options for Building Great Neighbourhoods - Inglewood Neighbourhood Renewal:
    • Share your comfort level with different options to enhance your experience walking, biking and driving in Inglewood
    • Provide your feedback on the temporary examples of traffic calming measures that were installed leading up to and after the event
    • Take a guided walking tour of the measures to learn more about them
  • Learn about the Neighbourhood Revitalization program and the exciting opportunity it brings to Inglewood

Traffic Calming Measures

The City installed temporary examples of traffic-calming measures in the Inglewood neighbourhood two days before the event at the following locations:

  • 115 Avenue and 125 Street
  • 115 Avenue east of 126 Street
  • 116 Avenue and 125 Street
  • 117 Avenue and 126 Street (south side)
  • 117 Avenue west of 126 Street

Each location features a different traffic-calming measure that could help address speeding and shortcutting in your neighbourhood. They will help residents to get an idea of what they look and feel like and how they impact travel in your neighbourhood. These will be in place for about two weeks and you can provide feedback for each measure through the survey boards located near each location. Your input on these example measures will help inform decisions on types and locations for final traffic-calming measures in Inglewood. Concepts will be shared to the public in the fall for further feedback.

Meeting Materials
Display Boards
Renewal and Revitalization
What We Heard

Public Engagement Workshops - April 2018

In April 2018, Building Great Neighbourhoods held 2 workshops. The goals were to have attendees assist in refining a project vision and important elements, and to provide their feedback on what the City should consider as we renew the infrastructure in Inglewood.

What We Heard

Meeting Materials
Display Boards
Aerial View
Factsheet

Stakeholder Outreach Workshop - March 2018

Representatives from community groups and organizations in Inglewood were invited to a stakeholder outreach workshop to learn more about the Inglewood neighbourhood renewal and to have a conversation about building outreach capacity for later public engagement on the project.

The workshop was also used to gather initial ideas for what the community, as a whole, is hoping the renewal work will achieve. Themes from the input gathered in the workshop will be presented in future engagement opportunities for the public to review and refine.

Presentation
Fact Sheet

For More Information

Matthew Mohr

Title Delivery Project Manager
Telephone

780-495-9963

Email matthew.mohr@edmonton.ca

Building Great Neighbourhoods

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

Email BuildingGreatNeighbourhoods@edmonton.ca

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