Shared-Use Path and Lighting Project
During public engagement for the Montrose and Newton Neighbourhood Renewal projects, the City heard from residents about developing a formalized asphalt trail with lighting on the berm along the south side of the Yellowhead Trail, between 50 Street and 66 Street.
Based on the feedback we received and a field walk to look at existing conditions, the City developed a concept plan for a 3m wide asphalt shared-use path with pedestrian level lighting and connections to the intersections at 50 Street and 66 Street.
The concept plan and an online survey were shared with Montrose and Newton residents, property owners near the project area, users of the berm where the path will be and other stakeholders such as community leagues in fall 2017.
What We Heard - Montrose Newton Shared-Use Path and Lighting
Montrose Off-Leash Area
As part of an evaluation of the existing Montrose off-leash site on the berm south of Yellowhead Trail, the City ran an online survey to gauge public interest in extending the off-leash boundaries to include the eastern section of the berm to 50th Street. For results of the survey, please review What We Heard.
What We Heard - Montrose Off-Leash