Neighbourhood Renewal

Neighbourhood Lifecycles

The lifespan of a community is a constant cycle of growth and change for both its infrastructure and its residents. Neighbourhoods are not static – all communities progress through lifecycles, w...

Supporting Edmonton’s Mature Neighbourhoods Through Change

All communities progress through life cycles, where the population changes and character evolves. This natural evolution presents an opportunity to rejuvenate mature and established neighbourhoods to ...

Evolving Infill: Meet the new Community Infill Panel!

A high degree of interest enticed nearly 70 people to submit applicantions to join the Community Infill Panel. Of the applicants, thirteen passionate and committed Edmontonians were selected to sit on...

Rooting for trees in neighbourhood renewal

Neighbourhood renewal projects involve machines tearing up big chunks of old roadways and sidewalks, followed by heavy dump trucks, packers and pavers – the scale is BIG! But in parallel with th...

Small business ‘makeovers’ scoring wins for businesses, City

If Lara Pinchbeck, Nikhil Shah and Shangfei Huang had been real estate salespeople, it’s a sure bet that they’d have been millionaires by now. Instead, because of their great work, hundreds of sma...

Edmonton’s Infill Roadmap – where we travelled and what comes next

Road trips are exciting! No matter how well you plan your route, there will always be unexpected detours and can’t-miss viewpoints along the way. It’s no different with Edmonton’s Infill Roadmap...

Exciting, innovative change for Jasper Place!

Anne Stevenson, a principal planner with the City of Edmonton, has spent the last two-and-a-half years with her team developing the Jasper Place Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) – a detailed 105-pa...

How is Edmonton Growing?

On August 19th, the City presented and released the first Annual Growth Monitoring Report (2014).   The Report provides analysis of trends and data about how Edmonton has been growing over recent ye...

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