Provide your Blatchford feedback online
The City of Edmonton recently held three open houses to invite Edmontonians to provide their suggestions on what other sustainability and liveability features might be considered for this unique, sustainable community. Hundreds of citizens attended the open houses and shared ideas.
If you did not have an opportunity to attend an open house, you can provide your feedback through an online survey available at BlatchfordEdmonton.ca
The survey will run from September 10, 2014 until September 19, 2014.
The information gathered from the open houses and the online survey will be summarized in the October 28, 2014, report to Council for consideration in the future development plans for Blatchford.
Blatchford will be home to up to 30,000 Edmontonians living, working and learning in a sustainable community that uses 100% renewable energy, is carbon neutral, significantly reduces its ecological footprint, and empowers residents to pursue a range of sustainable lifestyle choices.
For more information, visit blatchfordedmonton.ca
Communication Advisor, City of Edmonton
The RCMP invites you!
The "K" Division Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are planning a number of events on behalf of the United Way Campaign.
Food Trucks will be present at the RCMP Headquarters location. Details below:
Student safety at the head of the class for the City of Edmonton
As of September 2, 2014, school zones will come into effect around elementary schools throughout Edmonton. Motorists will be required by law to slow down to 30 km/h between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on school days where new signage is posted. The lower speed limit will improve safety around elementary schools and protect the city’s most vulnerable road users: young children.
For more Information about the new school zones is available by visiting edmonton.ca/why30.
Blatchford demolition takes place
The KDA unveils mural for Airway Park Baseball Dugout
The capital city clean up BBQ was a great success! Thanks to the
RCMP - K division, City of Edmonton & Edmonton Police for participating!
At the BBQ we unveiled the mural design done by the talented Kris Friesen for the new dugout in Airway Park. The press release can be found here.
Special thanks to Bev Esslinger, Mark Havin & Chris Culhane for speaking.
Also thanks to our sponsors!
Chateau Nova Kingsway, Spectrum Safety, Boston Pizza, Tim Hortons, Campbell College, Kingsway Business Centre, Canadian Tire, Ramada Hotel Kingsway, Millard Health Centre, Metis Nation of Alberta Association, Edmonton Oilers, Edmonton Oil Kings, Kingsway Mall & City of Edmonton.
Thank you all for supporting our community and coming out to help make this event a smashing success!
KDA Capital Clean Up BBQ
Leadership Boot Camp
Leading the Heart of the Community
The Change Continuum is based on 21 days to establish a habit and a blended learning approach. The program ignites with a dynamic face-to-face, intimate interaction that lays out the principles of today's effective leader. Those principles are then reinforced over a 30 day period by leveraging leading edge technologies to wrap around participants and move them to their leadership best!!
For more information go to our events page.
Fašade Improvement Grant for Businesses
If you’re looking at Developing in the Kingsway District, please see the incentives that may be available for your development projects.
The City of Edmonton has four (4) different grants available that may be accessible depending on your project. These grants will be used to assist in revitalizing old buildings, interiors or even new development, commercial or mixed residential.
For further information go to the Facade Grant page and for the Development Incentive Program policy and procedures document, or contact Ellie Sasseville, KDA Executive Director for further assistance at email@example.com