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Inglewood / Ramsay area projects

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Project update - March 14, 2018

Thanks for participating in our information and engagement sessions in February. There aren't any in-person events in March but watch for details about sessions in April.

Inglewood/Ramsay Area Redevelopment Plan Updates

What We Heard / What We Did Report now available

In October and November 2017, engagement to collect feedback on the draft ARP was collected through two related processes: the Green Line Area Redevelopment Committee and a public online survey.

A comprehensive summary of the identified issues and City responses to those issues can be found in the What We Heard / What We Did reports on the Engage site. We hope that the explanations and rationale provided in this summary will be of help for you to understand where feedback has been incorporated into the draft plans so far and if not, why not.

See the reports and read more about how we are merging the Inglewood and Ramsay ARPs in our full March update.

Jeffries Park Watermain Relocation

In preparation for the Green Line LRT, The City will be completing several Enabling Works construction projects along the future Green Line alignment. These projects include works such as utility relocation and land preparation. Doing this work now ensures the right-of-way will be ready for major Green Line construction of tracks and stations starting in 2020.

In Ramsay, The City will be relocating an existing 900mm watermain that will run under Jeffries Park and the CP tracks in Ramsay, closing the existing access to ArtPoint, and re-aligning the corner at 11 Ave and 10 St. S.E. Read more about this work in our full March update.  

What we're working on:

From replacing 100-year old bridges to building new park spaces, we're committed to:

  • Improving connections in to and out of Inglewood and Ramsay, whether you travel by foot, bus, bike or car.
  • Ensuring safe, reliable exits to protect the communities in the event of an emergency.
  • Building on the character of the communities to create great spaces to live, work, play, and shop.

Together, these projects will support your communities in the near future, and for years to come.

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​A city that moves ​A city of inspiring neighbourhoods A healthy and green city​
​9 Ave SE Bridge ​​9 Ave SE Streetscapes ​Zoo Flood Mitigation
12 St SE Bridge ​Inglewood and Ramsay Area Redevelopment Plans Re-Tree YYC
17 Ave SE BRT Mills Park Redevelopment River Access Strategy
25 Ave S LRT Grade separation study Inglewood Bird Sanctuary - TD Outdoor Learning Centre Bend in the Bow
Green Line LRT Bioengineering program
Zoo Road Reconstruction Flood Mitigation & Resiliency

Here's what we've heard from you:

  • You want to feel safe moving through your community by foot, bike, bus or car
  • You celebrate your communities' character, charm and natural beauty, and want to see it maintained
  • You want reliable exits in case of emergency

View the results of our community surveys to see what your neighbours said about living in and getting around Inglewood and Ramsay.

FAQ - Traffic, Parking and Development

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