LDA18-0690 King Edward Park Rezoning and Plan Amendment (8120 - 93 Street NW)

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Due to COVID-19 public health restrictions, the City is unable to host its usual in-person public engagement event to share information and collect feedback on this proposed rezoning. This page has been created in lieu of an in-person event to help you find out information about the proposed rezoning application and tell us what you think.

Please review the information on this page. Tell us what you think and ask any questions below, before September 22, 2020.




The application proposes to rezone a portion of 8120 - 93 Street NW from the (A) Metropolitan Recreation Zone to the (PU) Public Utility Zone to accommodate the existing drainage facility, and to rezone a separate portion of the property from (A) Metropolitan Recreation Zone to (RA7) Low Rise Apartment Zone to enable the development of a low-rise apartment building.

If approved, the proposed (RA7) Low Rise Apartment Zone would allow for a 16 metre high (approximately 4 Storey) apartment building with limited commercial opportunities at ground level, such as child care services, general retail stores and specialty food services.

An associated application has been made to amend the North Saskatchewan River Valley Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) to remove the subject site from the plan boundary.

Zoning regulates what types of buildings are allowed on a site (eg. residential or commercial) and the basic size and shape of those buildings. It does not control who can live or work in the buildings or whether the property is rented or owned. Please see the sidebar for more information on what factors are considered when processing rezoning applications and how feedback will be used.

The City of Edmonton Social Housing Branch is accepting feedback separately on the building design and a good neighbour agreement. To provide comments on those aspects of the development, visit King Edward Park Supportive Housing Good Neighbour Plan and Building Design.

Due to COVID-19 public health restrictions, the City is unable to host its usual in-person public engagement event to share information and collect feedback on this proposed rezoning. This page has been created in lieu of an in-person event to help you find out information about the proposed rezoning application and tell us what you think.

Please review the information on this page. Tell us what you think and ask any questions below, before September 22, 2020.




The application proposes to rezone a portion of 8120 - 93 Street NW from the (A) Metropolitan Recreation Zone to the (PU) Public Utility Zone to accommodate the existing drainage facility, and to rezone a separate portion of the property from (A) Metropolitan Recreation Zone to (RA7) Low Rise Apartment Zone to enable the development of a low-rise apartment building.

If approved, the proposed (RA7) Low Rise Apartment Zone would allow for a 16 metre high (approximately 4 Storey) apartment building with limited commercial opportunities at ground level, such as child care services, general retail stores and specialty food services.

An associated application has been made to amend the North Saskatchewan River Valley Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) to remove the subject site from the plan boundary.

Zoning regulates what types of buildings are allowed on a site (eg. residential or commercial) and the basic size and shape of those buildings. It does not control who can live or work in the buildings or whether the property is rented or owned. Please see the sidebar for more information on what factors are considered when processing rezoning applications and how feedback will be used.

The City of Edmonton Social Housing Branch is accepting feedback separately on the building design and a good neighbour agreement. To provide comments on those aspects of the development, visit King Edward Park Supportive Housing Good Neighbour Plan and Building Design.

We will work with the applicant when needed, and respond within 4 business days.


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