The City of Edmonton is now implementing the vision and policies of the Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) for the 104 Avenue Corridor between 111 Street and 123 Street, along the future alignment of the west leg of the Valley LRT line.
The first step of the ARP implementation involves rezoning the corridor to bring land use regulations into alignment with the new policy.
What is it?
The 104 Avenue Corridor Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) process examined city policy, land use, built form, community facilities, transportation, heritage and urban design in order to develop a vision and policy for the evolution of the corridor in the framework of transit-oriented development (TOD).
Thank you to those who were engaged and participated in the 104 Avenue Corridor Planning Process.
As a result of all of your input and hard work, the corridor now has a robust set of policy and land use regulations that will guide future development towards the vision of a compact, well-designed built environment incorporating a mix of uses in support of transit-oriented development.
104 Avenue Corridor Area Redevelopment Plan Approved
On July 6, 2015, City Council adopted the 104 Avenue Corridor ARP by unanimously approving Bylaw 17251.
We are pleased to provide the final approved version of the ARP that was presented to City Council.
104 Avenue Corridor ARP (22MB)
104 Avenue Corridor Rezoning Approved
On April 4, 2016, City Council adopted new land use regulations for the 104 Avenue Corridor ARP area by unanimously approving the proposed bylaws.
Five (5) Direct Development Control Provisions (DC1) now guide the development of the corridor. These new zones provide land use regulation that aligns with the goals, objectives, and policy of the ARP to evolve the corridor towards a compact, well-designed built environment incorporating a mix of uses in support of transit-oriented development.
Materials From Previous Public Workshops
Visit our Public Engagement page if you are interested in more background information regarding feedback, display boards or presentation materials from either the first open house held in June 2014, the second open house in September 2014, the public workshop on February 2, 2015, or the most recent open house on January 27, 2016.
Overall Project Goals
The goal of the project is to establish a clear vision and recommendations for:
- where and how redevelopment should occur along the corridor;
- the location and design of land uses such as housing, employment, and commercial retail;
- investments in public realm such as improved streetscapes or new open spaces; and
- opportunities to enhance mobility by supporting pedestrians and cyclists and accommodating parking.
The 104 Avenue Corridor Plan is now in Phase 5. Ongoing implementation measures are currently being worked on to advance the plan's vision.
Phase 5 July 2015-
Plan Rezoning and Implementation
Phase 4 April-July 2015
Final Draft Plan and Approvals
Phase 3 September 2014-February 2015
Draft Corridor Plan
Phase 2 July-September 2014
Exploration, Development and Evaluation of Alternatives
Phase 1 May-June 2014
Reconnaissance and Exploring Opportunities and Constraints