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Building Belgravia Public Event

November 22

Belgravia residents and property owners were invited to an open house on November 22, 2017 to learn more about various ​roadway and ​park projects happening in and around the neighbourhood and how all the​ Belgravia​ projects fit together​.

City staff provided information on Keillor Point ​(previously known as End of the World​​ Park) and the Belgravia Community Traffic Management Plan, as well as Neighbourhood Renewal and Engage 106-76.

Meeting Display Boards (12 MB)

About the Program

The City of Edmonton is Building Great Neighbourhoods. The Neighbourhood Renewal program outlines a cost effective, long-term strategic approach to renew and rebuild Edmonton’s roads, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and streetlights in existing neighbourhoods and collector roadways throughout Edmonton.

This innovative program is improving Edmonton neighbourhoods infrastructure.
Each year, 1/4 of the City local roads are assessed visually for condition of pavement, curbs and sidewalk.
Ongoing maintenance programs that address areas requiring repairs and maintenance.
The City is addressing the special drainage requirements that are needed in some northeast neighbourhoods.
During reconstruction, property owners can choose to include certain local improvements.

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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