Strathcona Community will be undergoing neighbourhood renewal in the 2019-2023 Edmonton capital expenditure cycle. Neighbourhood renewals have traditionally just replaced “like for like”. That means that they have replaced existing streets and sidewalks exactly as there are found. However, our League has proactively engaged the city to ensure that a rethink of the community design happens before 10s of millions are spent renewing it. I (Conrad Nobert, VP of the League) will be writing about our progress.
- January-February: The community will engage about these Vision and Principles. Dates and times to be determined.
- November: Strathcona Working Committee is formed, composed of members from the community and the city. Becky Redford (City of Edmonton) and Conrad Nobert (Strathcona Community League) are co-chairs (Terms of Reference).
- Strathcona Community Submits The Document “Strathcona Renewal Process And Outcomes 2017” to the City of Edmonton
- First Meeting With the City of Edmonton’s Building Great Neighbourhoods Department
- April: U of A Student Team Submits Strathcona Community League Vision and Concept Plan
- March: Renewal Open House Well Attended By Community
- February: Open House Strathcona Renewal – March 6, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
- January: Community League Working With U of A Student Team
- Too Many People Get Hit by Cars in Strathcona Community
- The most important document about what a more walkable and bikeable Strathcona Community could look like is the Strathcona Renewal Process And Outcomes 2017. Check it out!
- Here is an image of the area that will be redeveloped during Strathcona’s neighbourhood renewal.
- How could Strathcona Centre Community Be Better For Walking?