District Planning

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District Planning is a multi-year project to build The City Plan’s 15-minute districts—small towns in our big city— where people can meet many of their daily needs locally. At this time, the City would like your input on the draft District General Policy and draft district plans.

Check out the draft District General Policy, the draft district plans and Area Plans Proposed to be Repealed, Amended or Retained. To learn which neighbourhoods are located in each district, review the District and Neighbourhoods Maps. You have from August 23 until October 15 to share your input.

Digital Engagement Opportunities

Engaged Edmonton - Each district has a unique Engaged Edmonton page where you can contribute feedback on other district plans. You can also locate these district pages under "Current Projects" on the Engaged Edmonton site. Ask the project team about District Planning by using the Questions tool below.

Engaged Edmonton District Page Links
Central District
Ellerslie District
Horse Hill District
Jasper Place District
Mill Woods & Meadows District
Northeast District Northwest District
Rabbit Hill District
Scona District
Southeast District
Southwest District
West Edmonton District West Henday District Whitemud District


Online Workshops - Help refine the draft Zoning Bylaw, draft District General Policy and district plans through a series of online workshops. Register for one or more of the following interactive online workshops to learn more and provide your feedback on the following topics. Sessions are limited to 60 participants each.

Survey - Provide feedback on both the District General Policy and district plans by completing a survey. The survey will close on Saturday, October 15, 2022.


In-Person Public Engagement Events

District Open Houses - There will be in-person open houses in each of the 15 districts. Edmontonians are encouraged to attend the district open house where they reside or an open house where the district is featured. People are welcome to attend any or all of the other district open house events as listed in this calendar of events.



District Planning is a multi-year project to build The City Plan’s 15-minute districts—small towns in our big city— where people can meet many of their daily needs locally. At this time, the City would like your input on the draft District General Policy and draft district plans.

Check out the draft District General Policy, the draft district plans and Area Plans Proposed to be Repealed, Amended or Retained. To learn which neighbourhoods are located in each district, review the District and Neighbourhoods Maps. You have from August 23 until October 15 to share your input.

Digital Engagement Opportunities

Engaged Edmonton - Each district has a unique Engaged Edmonton page where you can contribute feedback on other district plans. You can also locate these district pages under "Current Projects" on the Engaged Edmonton site. Ask the project team about District Planning by using the Questions tool below.

Engaged Edmonton District Page Links
Central District
Ellerslie District
Horse Hill District
Jasper Place District
Mill Woods & Meadows District
Northeast District Northwest District
Rabbit Hill District
Scona District
Southeast District
Southwest District
West Edmonton District West Henday District Whitemud District


Online Workshops - Help refine the draft Zoning Bylaw, draft District General Policy and district plans through a series of online workshops. Register for one or more of the following interactive online workshops to learn more and provide your feedback on the following topics. Sessions are limited to 60 participants each.

Survey - Provide feedback on both the District General Policy and district plans by completing a survey. The survey will close on Saturday, October 15, 2022.


In-Person Public Engagement Events

District Open Houses - There will be in-person open houses in each of the 15 districts. Edmontonians are encouraged to attend the district open house where they reside or an open house where the district is featured. People are welcome to attend any or all of the other district open house events as listed in this calendar of events.



Ask us about District Planning

You can:

  • Ask a question directly to the District Planning project team.

  • Search and view community-submitted questions and official responses.

  • Type your question in the box below and click "Submit". Answers are typically provided within 5 business days. 

  • Your query may be used in a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document that will address answers to common questions.

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