Wolf Willow Resident-only Parking Program Trial

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Engagement has concluded


The Wolf Willow Resident-Only Parking Program Trial ended on November 1, 2022.

The What We Heard Report is now available and provides complete information on the data collected and its findings.

The vast majority of engagement participants, including a majority of those residing within the program area, were not in favour of the program. As a result, the resident-only parking program will not continue. 


Resident-only parking restrictions will be lifted for the streets of Wolf Willow Crescent and Wolf Willow Point. Current parking permits will not be renewed, and in order to provide time for residents to adjust, bylaw enforcement will not ticket any vehicles displaying expired permits for the month of November. The current two No Parking and accessible parking stalls and the three No Stopping Zones will remain near the stairs. All other restricted parking signage will be removed in the upcoming weeks.


In 2023, engagement opportunities will be available as part of the Curbside Management Strategy. One of the actions of this strategy is to update the Residential Parking Program to balance managing curbside congestion in residential neighbourhoods and provide spaces that are available for all Edmontonians to use. Visit edmonton.ca/CurbsideManagementStrategy to learn more.

 

If you have further questions, please contact parkingassets@edmonton.ca


The Wolf Willow Resident-Only Parking Program Trial ended on November 1, 2022.

The What We Heard Report is now available and provides complete information on the data collected and its findings.

The vast majority of engagement participants, including a majority of those residing within the program area, were not in favour of the program. As a result, the resident-only parking program will not continue. 


Resident-only parking restrictions will be lifted for the streets of Wolf Willow Crescent and Wolf Willow Point. Current parking permits will not be renewed, and in order to provide time for residents to adjust, bylaw enforcement will not ticket any vehicles displaying expired permits for the month of November. The current two No Parking and accessible parking stalls and the three No Stopping Zones will remain near the stairs. All other restricted parking signage will be removed in the upcoming weeks.


In 2023, engagement opportunities will be available as part of the Curbside Management Strategy. One of the actions of this strategy is to update the Residential Parking Program to balance managing curbside congestion in residential neighbourhoods and provide spaces that are available for all Edmontonians to use. Visit edmonton.ca/CurbsideManagementStrategy to learn more.

 

If you have further questions, please contact parkingassets@edmonton.ca