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MEETING 3 - November 17, 2011

The third and final Neighbourhood Reconstruction meeting was held on November 17, 2011. There were 66 residents in attendance and city representatives provided detailed information regarding the design, construction, and local improvement process for the King Edward Park neighbourhood renewal project. Below are the presentation materials as well as any information that was distributed and displayed.


King Edward Park - Design Process

Neighbourhood Renewal - Construction Process

Local Improvement Overview


Project Scope

Preliminary Design

Neighbourhood Renewal Construction Process

Local Improvement Projects

Preliminary Street Lighting Design


Neighbourhood Renewal - The Project Phases

King Edward Park Neighbourhood - What We Heard

Neighbourhood Renewal Street Lighting FAQs

MEETING 2 - October 4, 2011

Approximately 115 residents of King Edward Park attended the second neighbourhood meeting on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. City representatives from Roads Design & Construction, Transportation Operations and the Office of Great Neighbourhoods presented the overall design for the reconstruction, which will begin in 2012, and were available to answer questions from residents.

Below are the links to the Meeting 2 presentation materials explaining the reconstruction process and the preliminary designs, which at this stage are not finalized and are subject to change. Under the Meeting 1 section below you will find additional information on how resident input shaped the design of the reconstruction.

Neighbourhood Renewal Program - Overview

King Edward Park Neighbourhood Renewal - The Design Process

Building Great Neighbourhoods Video

Project Scope

Preliminary Design

Preliminary Street Lighting Design

Great Neighbourhoods Improvement Fund Program

MEETING 1 - June 8, 2011

On June 8, 2011 62 people attended the first of three information meetings at Donnan School. In addition to the public meeting, residents were invited to view the video, documents and to fill out the online survey on this website.

Residents identified several key elements which were of particular concern within their neighbourhood. These included:

  • Improving pedestrian accessibility
  • Reduction of speeding and short-cutting in the area
  • Increased number of pedestrian crossings
  • Overall improvement in livability


The following provides a general overview of resident comments. All comments were reviewed and considered in the preliminary design.

King Edward Park Neighbourhood – What We Heard

Where We Are – Design Phase

The third, and final, meeting will take place prior to construction and will inform residents of the final design, local improvements, the construction schedule and the proposed timeline.

Throughout the process, all project updates will be posted on this page.

For More Information

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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