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Neighbourhood Renewal in Montrose is now complete.

About the Program

Neighbourhood reconstruction is a type of neighbourhood renewal that involves road reconstruction and repaving, as well as replacement of street lights and reconstruction of sidewalks, curb and gutter. Alley renewal is not part of neighbourhood reconstruction.

It also includes the opportunity for 2 local improvements, sidewalk renewal and decorative street lights.

Project History

Construction Update - Spring 2019

Construction in Santa Rosa Park will begin the week of April 23 and will continue throughout the summer. The project consists of upgrades to the park including the addition of new playground equipment. The City has worked with the Montrose Community League on these plans and thanks them for their participation.

Santa Rosa Park is located between 120 Avenue and 121 Avenue, and between 67 Street and 69 Street. The upgrades are part of the Neighbourhood Renewal program for the Montrose neighbourhood.

The City thanks residents and park users for their patience as we make these improvements. Work should be completed in fall 2019.

Construction on the Montrose-Newton shared-use path is also scheduled for 2019. The What We Heard document developed during planning and design summarizes the public engagement and decision-making process for this project.

Construction Notice - April 2018

Neighbourhood Renewal began in Montrose the week of April 23, 2018. Please anticipate that the duration of construction in front of your residence may be up to 12 weeks (weather dependent).

The construction consists of removal and replacement of public sidewalk, curbs and gutters, reconstruction and paving of the road. Street light replacement will be carried out as required.

Construction Bulletin - April 2018

Montrose-Newton Proposed Shared-Use Path

During public engagement for Montrose and Newton Neighbourhood Renewal projects, the City heard from residents about developing a formalized asphalt trail and lighting along the berm that runs south of Yellowhead Trail between 50 Street and 66 Street. The City is sharing its concept plan to gather additional feedback that will influence the trail design.

Montrose and Newton Neighbourhoods Map

Meeting Three

On Thursday January 26, 2017 City representatives presented detailed information regarding the final design including pedestrian and cycling improvements, what to expect during construction, and the local improvement process for the Montrose neighbourhood renewal project.

What We Heard

Presentation:
Neighbourhood Reconstruction

Displays:
Pedestrian Connections
Preliminary Design
Project Scope
Project Map
Roadway Enhancements
New Sidewalk Infrastructure
Street Light Renewal
Signage
Drainage

Meeting Two

On Thursday April 14, City representatives presented detailed information regarding the design, construction, and local improvement process for the Montrose neighbourhood renewal project.

What We Heard

Presentation:
Neighbourhood Reconstruction

Displays:
Preliminary Design
Project Scope
Roadway Enhancements
Street Lighting
New Sidewalk Infrastructure

Meeting One

On October 26, 2015, the Building Great Neighbourhoods team met with the Montrose Community League Executive to share the City’s plans to renew and replace sanitary and storm sewers, reconstruct roads, curbs and sidewalks on City-owned property, and replace street lights, starting in 2017.

Building Great Neighbourhoods Presentation
What We Heard

For More Information

Felix Lam

Title Delivery Project Manager
Telephone

780-944-7695

Email felix.lam@edmonton.ca

Building Great Neighbourhoods

All additional inquiries or escalations can be directed to the Building Great Neighbourhoods team, or by calling 311.

Email BuildingGreatNeighbourhoods@edmonton.ca

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