Ward Boundary Review

Thank you for participating!

Thank you for participating in engagement activities for the Ward Boundary Review. The online survey is now closed.

Over 200 Edmontonians have contributed to the conversation through the online survey and at five drop-in engagement sessions across the City.

We will continue to keep you up to date on the Ward Boundary Commission’s work as they approach important project milestones. You can continue to follow this project page for further updates.


The
Ward Boundary Commission is a group of seven Edmontonians appointed by City Council to lead the Review. They will use the information gathered through engagement to inform recommendations made to City Council on a ward boundary map and Design Policy. The Commission expects to present their draft report to the Executive Committee of City Council in April.

MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT...

Wards are neighbouring groups of residential, commercial, industrial and other areas that are represented by a City Councillor. Wards are an essential part of Edmonton’s local government system. Voters in each Ward elect a Councillor to deal with local issues and make decisions that impact all residents.

Edmonton’s Ward Boundary Commission, a group of seven Edmontonians representing different perspectives and experiences, is conducting a review of the current boundary process. The Commission will make recommendations to City Council that may result in important changes to ward boundaries. Any changes will take effect following the 2021 municipal election.







Thank you for participating!

Thank you for participating in engagement activities for the Ward Boundary Review. The online survey is now closed.

Over 200 Edmontonians have contributed to the conversation through the online survey and at five drop-in engagement sessions across the City.

We will continue to keep you up to date on the Ward Boundary Commission’s work as they approach important project milestones. You can continue to follow this project page for further updates.


The
Ward Boundary Commission is a group of seven Edmontonians appointed by City Council to lead the Review. They will use the information gathered through engagement to inform recommendations made to City Council on a ward boundary map and Design Policy. The Commission expects to present their draft report to the Executive Committee of City Council in April.

MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT...

Wards are neighbouring groups of residential, commercial, industrial and other areas that are represented by a City Councillor. Wards are an essential part of Edmonton’s local government system. Voters in each Ward elect a Councillor to deal with local issues and make decisions that impact all residents.

Edmonton’s Ward Boundary Commission, a group of seven Edmontonians representing different perspectives and experiences, is conducting a review of the current boundary process. The Commission will make recommendations to City Council that may result in important changes to ward boundaries. Any changes will take effect following the 2021 municipal election.