READ: Snow and Ice Winter 2022
I'm really happy to share that I think our voice was heard. The plan for next year looks much better, and here are a few highlights:
- No more windrows.
- No more blade to pavement.
- Text and email notification for parking- for multiple locations (school, home, work etc)
Learn more here: https://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/on_your_streets/snow-ice
ATTEND: Let's Build Rollie Miles Rec Centre:
Virtual Public Information Session - Tues Nov 1, 6:30-8:30 pm.
- Online Public Survey - open Oct 31 - Nov 14 (link will be provided on the project website).
ATTEND: Free Tickets with RSVP: No Visible Trauma
I'm hosting this event at Metro Cinema and I urge you to attend and help spread the word. One of the panelists is Calgary City Councillor Courtney Walcott who is driving up to attend. Courtney recently resigned from the Calgary Police Commission, so I imagine he will have fascinating insights into building a police system in Alberta that we can all be proud of.
🎥 WATCH AND SHARE THIS VIDEO: Celebrating the Opening of the Braithwaite Dog Park
🎥 WATCH AND SHARE THIS VIDEO: Bike Plan & New pathways in South Edmonton
🧑🏫 DISCUSS: Zoning Suggestions from Dr. Bob Summers
Recently we had a discussion with Dr. Bob Summers about how to build a fiscally resilient and environmentally sustainable city over the next fifty years: How do we keep our taxes low, fight climate change, ensure our children have choice and options where to live? I wanted to share with you one slide from his presentation (below).
Do you Agree? Disagree? Indifferent?
You can learn more about the City of Edmonton zoning bylaw renewal conversations here, including attending upcoming workshops on various topics:
As a bonus image, I can't unsee this (aptly titled "Sprawl eats farms) as I recently drove through one of the far-flung neighbourhoods outside of the Henday: