Zoning & Redevelopment


If you are interested or have concerns about specific zoning issues, or redevelopment in general, contact the Planning & Development Committee, or attend the League's monthly general meeting. There are plenty of ways to get involved!

106 Fest walk.bike.explore.

Join us for a fun and exciting afternoon, to experience 106th street in a new way! For 106 Fest, we want you to walk or bike and explore what’s available on the 106th street corridor from the river to the Whitemud.

106 Fest is a collaboration of the communities along 106th street with support from a number of business and organizations. There will be a number of things to see and do along the route as you explore and we’ll be piloting some things in areas along 106 to make it more walkable and bikeable for everyone.

Location

106 Street & 76 Avenue (Festival Kickoff)

URGENT: Open House: Rezoning of former Strathcona Presbyterian Church

Below is notice of an open house regarding a major proposed development in Queen Alexandra. The proposal is to build a 16-20 story mixed-use apartment building on the site of the former Strathcona Presbyterian Church at the corner of 105 Street and 81 Avenue (across the street north of the Keg). Your input is wanted and needed as this is a development that has the potential to significantly change development decisions in Queen Alex and Old Strathcona.

 

Location

Queen Alexandra School Gymnasium
7730 106 Street NW

102 Avenue & 83 Avenue Bike Route Public Meetings

Get Involved.

The City of Edmonton invites citizens to attend public workshops to review design options for the Downtown and the Strathcona Bike Routes.

102 Avenue Bike Route
Monday, November 24, 2014
4:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Robertson Wesley United Church
10209  123 Street
Presentations at 5:00pm and 7:00pm

Lulu's Redevelopment Proposal Open House

There will be an information session regarding the proposed rezoning of 3 properties on 76 Avenue and 106 Street to accommodate a 28 unit apartment and commercial building. The City is asking for community feedback.

From the City of Edmonton:

Location

Queen Alexandra Community Hall
10425 University Avenue NW

Evolving Infill

Ever notice all the redevelopment happening in the neighbourhood - new houses where old ones were, town homes, duplexes, condos and more? That's called infill, and the City of Edmonton is currently conducting a consultation on how that should be done in the city. Have your say until June 23 on the draft Infill Action Plan.

Join the Infill Discussion

 

Downtown & Strathcona Bike Route Public Meetings

Get Involved.

The City of Edmonton invites citizens to attend public workshops to discuss the route options for the Downtown and the Strathcona Bike Routes.

Strathcona Bike Route
June 17
6:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Butterdome
114 Street  & 87 Avenue
Free parking at the Jubilee car park.

Whyte Space — A Historic Urban Landscape Public Forum

What do you love about Whyte Avenue?

Whyte Avenue, is a diverse space that attracts all kinds of people from coffee drinkers and people watchers, theater goers and music lovers, window shoppers and art creators, entertainers and entertainment seekers, and many more.

The Historic Urban Landscape public forum wants to hear from you about what you love and what you value about Whyte.

Location

Varscona Hotel on Whyte
8208 106 Street NW

Queen Alexandra Neighbourhood Reconstruction Open House

Queen Alexandra residents and property owners are invited to learn about neighbourhood reconstruction scheduled to begin in 2015. City staff will provide information about preliminary design, the construction timeline, and the local improvement process.

Construction activities include:

Location

McKernan Elementary-Junior High School (North Gym)
11330 76 Avenue NW

Draft 109 Street Corridor Area Redevelopment Plan

John Thompsen, QACL's Planning & Development Chair, would like to invite comments from the community on the draft 109 Street Corridor Area Redevelopment Plan. This draft incorporates many of the comments that were brought up at the June open house. Please send your comments to John at planning [at] qacl [dot] ca.

Download the draft plan (6 MB, PDF)

QACL response to Proposed Rezoning at 76 Avenue and 106 Street (Lulu)

September 27, 2011

RE: LDA11‐0178 Proposed Rezoning to CB1 at 76 Avenue and 106 Street

To whom it may concern,

The Queen Alexandra Community League envisions our neighbourhood as a family‐friendly, human‐scaled, sustainable, inner‐city community.  The proposed rezoning to CB1 at the corner of 106th Street and 76th Avenue does not fit with this vision, and thus we are opposed to LDA11‐0178.

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