Strathcona County recognizes the growing demand for public engagement and the value of public contribution to decision making. The County supports public engagement that is honest, transparent and accessible.
Current Engagement Opportunities
Millennium Place Skate Park Redevelopment
This skate park is in need of repairs. Take part in the community input workshop to play a part in the redevelopment.
The workshop will be held on Wednesday, March 22 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at Millennium Place (Gibson Room). Learn more about this project
Davidson Creek/Clarkdale Meadows Traffic Calming Open House
Drop by our Open House on March 23, 2017 between 5-8 p.m. at the Community Centre (Meeting Room #2) to review traffic calming design options and provide your feedback. Can’t make it to the open house? You will be able to provide your feedback through an online survey available March 24 to April 5, 2017. Learn more about this project.
Canada 150 Mosaic
Come to the Gallery@501 (#120, 501 Festival Avenue) on Thursday, March 30 at 6:30 p.m. to help decide what theme best represents Strathcona County for our Canada 150 Mosaic. Learn more here.
Planning for a northeast river crossing
Attend a public meeting on April 19 or 20 to learn about the Northeast River Crossing Study and provide input. The study will identify a future bridge joining Edmonton and Strathcona County.
FireSmart initiatives in Strathcona County
Have you had a FireSmart home hazard assessment completed on your property or in your subdivision? Are you interested in FireSmart strategies in Strathcona County? Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback through this online survey.
Public Engagement Framework
The County's public engagement is based on the Strathcona County Public Engagement Framework. This framework, approved by Council in June 2010, outlines a process for planning and implementing public engagement activities, including:
- Guiding principles
- Continuum of engagement
See also: Public Engagement Policy
Public Engagement e-newsletter
Are you interested in knowing about public engagement opportunities in the County via email? If so, sign up here!
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Senior Advisor, Public Engagement
Corporate Planning & Intergovernmental Affairs