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About the Program

The Neighbourhood Renewal Program provides a cost-effective, long-term approach to address Edmonton's neighbourhood infrastructure needs and the renewal and rebuilding of roads, sidewalks and streetlights in existing neighbourhoods and collector roadways.

The types of neighbourhood renewal projects vary depending upon the state of infrastructure. They include reconstruction, overlay and preventive maintenance.

Reconstruction

Capilano

Neighbourhood renewal in Capilano was successfully completed in 2013.

  • Neighbourhood reconstruction began in summer 2011
  • The City worked on 27 project areas between 2011 and 2013
  • Construction included roadway reclamation, streetlight upgrades and reconstruction of the sidewalk, curb and gutter

Related Documents

Preliminary Design
Project Scope
Sidewalk Replacement
Streetlight Renewal

Project History

February 2, 2011 - Public Open House

The project team provided information and answered questions about neighbourhood renewal construction in Capilano.

Information for Capilano Residents

Presentations:

Overview
Local Improvement Process
Construction Process

Fulton Place

Neighbourhood renewal in Fulton Place was successfully completed in 2011.

  • Neighbourhood reconstruction began in summer 2010
  • The City worked on 18 project areas between 2010 and 2011
  • Construction included roadway reclamation, streetlight upgrades and reconstruction of the sidewalk, curb and gutter

Related Documents

Neighbourhood Renewal Overview
Project Scope
Project Areas

Project History

March 19, 2010 - Streetlighting Bulletin

2010 Streetlighting Bulletin

As part of the 2010 City of Edmonton Neighbourhood Renewal program, EPCOR replaced the existing streetlighting with new poles, foundations and underground streetlight cable.

February 4, 2010 - Public Open House

The project team provided information and answered questions about neighbourhood renewal in Fulton Place.

Information for Fulton Place Residents

Presentations:

Overview
Local Improvement Process
Construction Process

Parkallen

Neighbourhood renewal in Parkallen was completed in 2012.

  • Neighbourhood reconstruction began in summer 2010
  • The City worked on 10 project areas between 2010 and 2012
  • Construction included roadway reclamation, streetlight upgrades and reconstruction of the sidewalk, curb and gutter

Related Documents

Neighbourhood Renewal Overview
Project Scope
Project Areas
Streetlight Renewal

 

Project History

February 11, 2010 - Public Open House

The project team provided information and answered questions about neighbourhood renewal construction in Parkallen.

Information for Parkallen Residents

Presentations:

Overview
Local Improvement Process
Construction Process

Rio Terrace

Neighbourhood renewal in Rio Terrace was successfully completed in 2011.

  • Neighbourhood reconstruction began in summer 2010
  • The City worked on 14 project areas between 2010 and 2011
  • Construction included roadway reclamation, streetlight upgrades and reconstruction of the sidewalk, curb and gutter

Related Documents

Neighbourhood Renewal Overview
Project Scope
Project Areas
Streetlight Renewal

Project History

February 9, 2010 - Public Open House

The project team provided information and answered questions about neighbourhood renewal in Rio Terrace.

Information for Rio Terrace Residents

Presentations:

Overview
Local Improvement Process
Construction Process

Sherbrooke

Neighbourhood renewal in Sherbrooke was successfully completed in 2011.

  • Neighbourhood reconstruction began in summer 2010
  • The City worked on 21 project areas between 2010 and 2011
  • Construction included roadway reclamation, streetlight upgrades and reconstruction of the sidewalk, curb and gutter

Related Documents

Neighbourhood Renewal Overview
Project Scope
Project Areas
Streetlight Renewal

Project History

February 3, 2010 - Public Open House

The project team provided information and answered questions about neighbourhood renewal construction in Sherbrooke.

Information for Sherbrooke Residents

Presentations:

Overview
Local Improvement Process
Construction Process

West Jasper Place

Neighbourhood renewal in West Jasper Place was completed in 2013.

  • Neighbourhood reconstruction began in summer 2011
  • The City worked on 12 project areas between 2011 and 2012
  • Construction included roadway reclamation, streetlight upgrades and reconstruction of the sidewalk, curb and gutter

Related Documents

Project Scope
Project Areas
Streetlight Renewal

Project History

January 26, 2011 - Information Session

Overview of proposed construction, the Local Improvement process, and project timelines.

Information for West Jasper Place Residents

Presentations:

Neighbourhood Renewal Program Overview
Local Improvement Process
Construction Process

Overlay, Preventive Maintenance and Alley Renewal

Overlay

Roads are repaved and sidewalk panels are treated to eliminate safety hazards. Overlay candidates have fair to poor road condition and good sidewalk condition.

  • Bearspaw
  • Belvedere
  • Callingwood North
  • Casselman
  • Crawford Plains
  • Duggan
  • Hagmann Estate Industrial
  • High Park Industrial
  • Kameyosek
  • McIntyre Industrial
  • Menisa
  • Richfield
  • Weir Industrial
Preventive Maintenance

Roads are resealed with a thin asphalt ride surface. Microsurfacing candidates have good road conditions and are applied 10 to 12 years after road reconstruction or resurfacing.

  • Greenfield
  • Kensington
  • Ritchie (industrial - west of 99 Street)
  • Sherwood
  • Goldbar (mainly in the area contained by north of 106 Avenue, south of 106B/107 Avenue and east of 50 Street)
Alley Renewal

Alley Renewal

The cost is shared 50/50 between the City and the property owners via a Local Improvement initiated by the City.

Construction includes reconstruction of existing paved alleys and if required, adjacent alley crossings.

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