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About the Program

Working together to make the most out of your neighbourhood.

This is your city and your neighbourhood. We want to understand how you experience your neighbourhood and ask for your input on what we might do to make it better. We will engage and work with you on the renewal of roads, sidewalks, street lights and park spaces and promote other community opportunities to enhance how people live and interact in your neighbourhood. We commit to being open and transparent about how your input is used. Let’s make the most out of your neighbourhood.

Collector Renewal Projects

Collector roads, running through multiple neighbourhoods, benefit from more in-depth concept planning before reconstruction.

This innovative program is improving Edmonton neighbourhoods infrastructure.
Each year, 1/4 of the City local roads are assessed visually for condition of pavement, curbs and sidewalk.
Ongoing maintenance programs that address areas requiring repairs and maintenance.

Other Building Great Neighbourhood Programs

The Alley Renewal Program is a City initiated program, focused on improving the alleys citywide over the next 25 years.

Collector roads fulfill a special function in our neighbourhoods. Although they may vary in size and appearance, they connect residents and local roads to the major arterial roads of the city. 

A local improvement is a project that benefits your neighbourhood more than the municipality as a whole.

The replacement of roads which require special drainage enhancement due to soft subgrade conditions that exist in several northeast neighbourhoods.

For More Information

Building Great Neighbourhoods

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


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