Nodes and Corridors

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Consultation has concluded

Thank you for your interest in the Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative. The engagement period for the second round of discussion papers is now closed. The last round of discussion papers will be released on October 19 and engagement will run until November 13. Please email any questions to zoningbylawrenewal@edmonton.ca


The draft City Plan identifies areas of residential and commercial concentration in nodes and corridors across the city. Check out the conversation starter below for a brief summary of how nodes and corridors will be treated in the new Zoning Bylaw, or dive into the discussion paper for more details.


read here: nodes and corridors discussion paper


Then, share your feedback through a short survey, and add your ideas to the tabs below. Engagement on this topic closes September 18, 2020.

Nodes and Corridors Conversation Starter

For a PDF version of the image above, click here.

The Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative will develop a strategic, simplified and streamline Zoning Bylaw to enable people, places and businesses to thrive and prosper.

Thank you for your interest in the Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative. The engagement period for the second round of discussion papers is now closed. The last round of discussion papers will be released on October 19 and engagement will run until November 13. Please email any questions to zoningbylawrenewal@edmonton.ca


The draft City Plan identifies areas of residential and commercial concentration in nodes and corridors across the city. Check out the conversation starter below for a brief summary of how nodes and corridors will be treated in the new Zoning Bylaw, or dive into the discussion paper for more details.


read here: nodes and corridors discussion paper


Then, share your feedback through a short survey, and add your ideas to the tabs below. Engagement on this topic closes September 18, 2020.

Nodes and Corridors Conversation Starter

For a PDF version of the image above, click here.

The Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative will develop a strategic, simplified and streamline Zoning Bylaw to enable people, places and businesses to thrive and prosper.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    Consultation has concluded
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