Pleasantview has been chosen for neighbourhood renewal beginning construction in spring 2022 with anticipated completion in 2023.

Project Update - June 2022

Beginning this spring, Pleasantview will be experiencing Neighbourhood Renewal construction.

Work is underway which will temporarily impact the mobility network surrounding 106 Street from 53 to 56 Avenue. The construction work consists of the removal and replacement of public sidewalks, curbs and gutters, street lighting, reconstruction and paving of the road, retaining wall construction and constructing raised bike facilities. 

106 Street Construction Impacts

Work is underway which will temporarily impact the mobility network surrounding 106 Street from 53 to 56 Avenue. The first stage of construction is to construct a retaining wall along the west side of 106 Street from 54 to 56 Avenue. The work started on May 19, 2022, with anticipated completion at the end of October 2022.

On-street signage will direct people walking, rolling, cycling and driving to alternative routes.

Maintaining the Mobility Network

The City of Edmonton is committed to maintaining safe and efficient travel for all. Detours will be in place to support the safe movement for people walking, using mobility aids and biking.

While Walking and Rolling
While walking and rolling (strollers, wheelchairs and walkers) pedestrians of all ages and abilities are directed to use the sidewalk on the east side of 106 Street.

While Driving
Vehicle traffic will be impacted and will be directed to alternative routes with on-street signage:

  • Southbound vehicle closure with detours along 56 Avenue, 105 Street and 55 Avenue to Calgary Trail
  • Northbound vehicle closure with detours along 53 Avenue, 105 Street, 56 Avenue to 106 Street
  • Vehicles will still have access to Mount Pleasant Cemetery and Mount Pleasant Daycare  with the full road closure

While Cycling
To enhance the comfort and safety of this bike detour along local roadways, the following measures will be in place:

  • Southbound & northbound dedicated bike lane on existing northbound bike lane

Please see  this map of the Pleasantview Neighbourhood for work planned in 2022. 

About the Project

The Neighbourhood Renewal program will rehabilitate roads, replace street lights, curbs and gutters, repair sidewalks, and connect missing sidewalk links where possible. Other opportunities to improve parks and public spaces will also be explored.

Cost sharing opportunities will be made available through the Local Improvement process for sidewalk reconstruction and decorative street light upgrades in the neighbourhood. Arterial roads and alleys are not included in the scope of work.

A series of public events will be scheduled by the project team which will give residents the opportunity to build a project vision and guiding principles together and provide regular feedback on the different stages of the project including design.

Please watch your mailbox for correspondence from Building Great Neighbourhoods and Open Spaces about the Pleasantview Neighbourhood Renewal Project.

Neighbourhood Reconstruction

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