Phase 2A - Parking Trade Offs & Outcomes (Fall 2018)
When it comes to parking, there are often trade-offs between the amount of available parking, the cost of homes and businesses, and the ability to walk to destinations in your neighbourhood.
Edmontonians had an opportunity to provide input on these trade-offs through a series of focus groups, an online survey, and pop-up events. Feedback received was used to help inform different options for regulating how much on-site parking is provided with new homes and businesses.
A technical study looking at how existing parking in Edmonton is currently used was also completed in Phase 1.
View the public engagement results and technical study.
Phase 2B - Draft Regulation Options (Winter 2019)
The technical studies, policy, best practice research, and public input on parking priorities and tradeoffs from Phase 2A informed a draft recommendation report released in February 2019 outlining three different options for regulating on-site parking. Edmontonians had the chance to provide input on the draft report through an online survey, which was summarized in a What We Heard report.
Based on the feedback, City Administration made revisions to the draft report. The revised report was presented at the May 7, 2019 Urban Planning Committee meeting (Phase 3).