LDA24-0152 La Perle Surplus School Site Rezoning Application

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***The discussion has concluded and a What We Heard Report will be posted here when available.

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The application is expected to go to City Council Public Hearing for a decision, with the exact date still to be determined. For more information, please visit these FAQs(External link) for Council meetings.***

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You are invited to learn more about the application and share feedback online. The following engagement opportunities are open from May 27, 2024 until June 9, 2024.

What Happens Next

We will use feedback shared to make sure our review of the application is as complete as possible. After engagement is closed, feedback received will be summarized in a What We Heard report for City Council so that they know your perspective prior to making a decision.

***The discussion has concluded and a What We Heard Report will be posted here when available.

Thank you for providing feedback for consideration.

The application is expected to go to City Council Public Hearing for a decision, with the exact date still to be determined. For more information, please visit these FAQs(External link) for Council meetings.***

Get involved!

You are invited to learn more about the application and share feedback online. The following engagement opportunities are open from May 27, 2024 until June 9, 2024.

What Happens Next

We will use feedback shared to make sure our review of the application is as complete as possible. After engagement is closed, feedback received will be summarized in a What We Heard report for City Council so that they know your perspective prior to making a decision.

Engagement has concluded

Submit a question below to the file planner or see what others have been asking. Answers are posted within 5-10 business days. When needed, we will also work with the applicant to provide an answer. 

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You may wish to review these Frequently Asked Questions on Surplus School Sites prior to posting your own question. If you have not found the answer to your question, please ask a question below that will go directly to the City file planner who is processing the application.

If you are unable to provide feedback on this site, you may also provide feedback to the Project Planner directly via the contact information under the "who's listening" section of the page.  Please avoid asking your question in two different places, such as emailing the planner as well as posting on this site. It is not necessary to do both in order for feedback to be captured, and may delay response times.

  • We don’t need more low income housing, it is a established older community that is already at its capacity, the school is over capacity, the field is used for soccer and other sports very frequently, the extra traffic is not needed Is their not other areas in the city to outfit this like new developments ?

    Corey12345 asked about 2 months ago

    To meet the housing needs of all Edmontonians, affordable housing is needed in all areas of the city. In recent years, the City has invested in affordable housing in developing neighbourhoods like Maple, Chappelle, Heritage Valley, Greisbach and Edgemont, as well as mature neighbourhoods and core neighbourhoods, including downtown.

    In 2015, City Council designated 14 surplus school sites for affordable housing, and these sites are located throughout the city. Two surplus school sites have already been prepared for development and sold at below-market value to affordable housing providers. The remaining 12 surplus school sites will be developed over the next three years.


    This post was responded on May 29, 2024.