Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on January 27

Snow Removal

SNOW REMOVAL TOP TEN   IGLOO CITY: In eight days (January 2-10), city crews moved 335,000 cubic metres of snow. That’s 11,000 of the large trucks that haul snow to snow storage facilities.In 2010, Salzburg, Austria built an igloo camp using 5,000 cubic metres of snow. We could build 71 of those camps using only the snow moved by city crews from January 2-10. PRIORITIES: Arterial roads, hills, and collector bus routes are the highest...

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Posted on January 16

evolvinginfill

Evolving Infill Community Conversation With Ward 10 City Councillor Michael Walters   Tuesday, January 28 from 7-9pm Bogani Café -- 2023 111 St NW, Edmonton    While infill is one of Edmonton’s most important policy objectives, it is often misunderstood. I often joke that many Edmontonians love to hate the suburbs and love to hate infill projects too. Over the next 30 years we expect over 500,000 new residents to call Edmonton home, and we...

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Posted on November 25

Reflections on bike lanes and moving forward

I am very excited about Edmonton’s Bicycle Transportation Plan.  When City Council adopted the plan, the very idea suggested to me that we were thinking like a modern city. Our Bicycle Transportation Plan says Edmonton needs to “provide an integrated system of roadway, public transit, pedestrian, and bicycle facilities to accommodate the travel needs of citizens, businesses, and visitors.” I support this vision. But Edmonton has been a city of automobiles for most of its...

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Posted on November 25

Reflections on bike lanes and moving ahead

I am very excited about Edmonton’s Bicycle Transportation Plan.  When City Council adopted the plan, the very idea suggested to me that we were thinking like a modern city. Our Bicycle Transportation Plan says Edmonton needs to “provide an integrated system of roadway, public transit, pedestrian, and bicycle facilities to accommodate the travel needs of citizens, businesses, and visitors.” I support this vision. But Edmonton has been a city of automobiles for most of its...

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Posted on November 10

Ward 10 Bike Lanes Meeting- Community voice matters

Tuesday, November 26th 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30) Southside Pentecostal Assembly Gymnasium 2821-109 Street, Edmonton AB.

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