William Hawrelak Park Rehabilitation

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Edmonton is a growing city with infrastructure dating back 30 or more years. The City prioritizes rehabilitation of aging buildings and parks to ensure they will serve Edmontonians now and for years to come.

William Hawrelak Park is one of the most popular parks in Edmonton. This park has been identified as a priority to address the aging park infrastructure that requires repair, replacement, and upgrades in order to meet the current and future demands of the park. In 2019, the 10-year rehabilitation plan that will guide reinvestment in the park infrastructure was finalized.

With the priorities for rehabilitation established during the development of the plan, we are now taking the next steps in defining the work and design for the rehabilitation of the park.

Your previous feedback identified a need for better connections, safer circulation, and more accessible pathways throughout the park.

Your input is required once again to help refine the preliminary design with your feedback and perspectives on improvements to the circulation of pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles through the park.

From January 11-25, 2021 we invite you to share your thoughts and feedback with us.




Edmonton is a growing city with infrastructure dating back 30 or more years. The City prioritizes rehabilitation of aging buildings and parks to ensure they will serve Edmontonians now and for years to come.

William Hawrelak Park is one of the most popular parks in Edmonton. This park has been identified as a priority to address the aging park infrastructure that requires repair, replacement, and upgrades in order to meet the current and future demands of the park. In 2019, the 10-year rehabilitation plan that will guide reinvestment in the park infrastructure was finalized.

With the priorities for rehabilitation established during the development of the plan, we are now taking the next steps in defining the work and design for the rehabilitation of the park.

Your previous feedback identified a need for better connections, safer circulation, and more accessible pathways throughout the park.

Your input is required once again to help refine the preliminary design with your feedback and perspectives on improvements to the circulation of pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles through the park.

From January 11-25, 2021 we invite you to share your thoughts and feedback with us.