1 Building Great Neighbourhoods BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK
2 This is Meeting 2 Unfortunately, some residents in Bellevue and Virginia Park received the wrong information for this public open house (Meeting #2) This meeting is to gather feedback from residents and present proposed designs There will be one more public meeting (Meeting #3) in early 2018 to discuss the final design and explain what will happen during construction
3 We are here today to Explain how the City is investing in improving your neighbourhood. Show you the preliminary road designs for your neighbourhood, including streetlight placement. Ask you to provide local knowledge in reviewing the design. Highlight the local improvement process and how it works.
4 Building Great Neighbourhoods Building Great Neighbourhoods is a City initiative that coordinates three infrastructure investment programs to renew and improve Edmonton neighbourhoods. Drainage Neighbourhood Renewal Program Building Great Neighbourhoods Neighbourhood Renewal Program Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program
5 In Your Neighbourhood The City of Edmonton is: Renewing and replacing sewers Coordinating utility repairs (EPCOR and ATCO) Reconstructing roads, curbs and sidewalks on City-owned property Replacing streetlights Working with residents to improve pedestrian and cycling accessibility Adding to your neighbourhood s livability
6 A Unique Program Building Great Neighbourhoods is a long-term, planned, integrated approach to improve and replace essential infrastructure in Edmonton s mature neighbourhoods. This advances several long-term City goals: Improve Edmonton s livability Promote active transportation (walking and cycling) Preserve and sustain the environment
10 Meeting 1 Concept with Community League Discussion: Meeting held on September 20, 2016 Any community-led projects, initiatives or suggestions that could be opportunities for neighbourhood capital investments to improve livability An overview of the local improvement process for sidewalks and decorative street lighting and the role of the Community League Drainage has initiated the inspection and renewal of the sewer system
11 Meeting 2 (TODAY) - Design Designs informed by: Conversation with the community league Initial assessments of the neighbourhood City design standards and policies
12 Feedback We ask that you look at these designs and use your knowledge of the neighbourhood to advise us if there are missing design elements such as: sidewalk links bicycle facilities traffic concerns other suggestions to enhance livability This will help us with our final design.
13 Meeting 3 Construction Plans & Local Improvement Information Following the design meeting, comments are incorporated if appropriate and the design is finalized. The final plan is presented to the community and the local improvement process is described in more detail.
14 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK
15 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK CONSTRUCTION
16 Construction Staging Construction is staged over two years ( ) Ultimate staging is dependent on weather conditions, coordination with utilities, and unforeseen design and construction issues Construction activities around schools are scheduled during the summer months to create minimal disturbance for students
17 Construction Staging
18 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK NEIGHBOURHOOD RENEWAL PROGRAM
19 Condition & Reconstruction Scope Age: 60+ years Overall condition: Poor o Pavement: Poor o Sidewalk: Fair o Curb and gutter: Poor Conceptual budget: $18 M o o Cost includes replacing pavement, sidewalks, curb & gutter, and upgrading streetlights in the entire neighbourhood Costs do NOT include underground utility work, alleys, or arterial roads (112Ave & 118Ave)
20 Design Considerations Curb Type Rolled face curb Straight face curb Road Width If necessary, roads will be resized to improve functionality Intersections Adding curb ramps, improving curb radius, and improving the overall operation
21 Design Considerations BEFORE AFTER
22 Design Considerations Active Modes Sidewalks: In residential neighbourhoods, ensure accessibility to all bus stops and provide a sidewalk on at least one side of the street Bicycle routes: Review the Bicycle Transportation Plan to implement bike lanes, shareduse lanes and shared-use pathways where applicable
23 Typical Curb Types Various factors are considered for curb type selection: Recommended pavement structure design Surface drainage along roadways Adjacent lot grades Frequency of driveways in the neighbourhood Size and number of trees in proximity to the sidewalks and curb and gutters
24 Curb Types in Bellevue and Virginia Park STRAIGHT FACE MONOWALK ROLLED FACE MONOWALK Local design constraints may cause curb and gutter type changes during construction to ensure positive surface drainage. STRAIGHT FACE BOULEVARD WALK
25 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK DRAINAGE NEIGHBOURHOOD RENEWAL
26 Drainage Neighbourhood Renewal Drainage Services has been in your neighbourhood renewing and replacing storm and sanitary sewers. Relining: involves cured in-place pipe material, resulting in minimal disruption to pavement Open cut: requires significant disruption to pavement
27 Drainage Neighbourhood Renewal A map showing the locations of drainage work in your neighbourhood will be on display following the presentation.
28 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK PROPOSED DESIGN
29 New Sidewalks 67 Street and 118 Avenue New sidewalk
30 New Sidewalks 70 Street and 112 Avenue New sidewalk
31 New Sidewalks 73 Street and 109 Avenue New sidewalk New concrete drop-off pad
32 Sidewalk Removal 71 Street and 114 Avenue Remove existing sidewalk on west side of 71 Street
33 Intersection Modifications 75 Street and 110 Avenue Bulb-out east side of 75St Defines dominate traffic path
34 Intersection Modifications
35 Intersection Modifications
36 Intersection Modifications 75A Street and 110 Avenue New sidewalks Narrow 75A Street (parking still maintained on both sides)
37 Intersection Modifications 75A Street and 110 Avenue New sidewalks Narrow 75A Street (parking still maintained on both sides)
38 Intersection Modifications 73 Street and Ada Boulevard Add sidewalks Narrow Road Add curb extension
39 Intersection Modifications 74 Street and Ada Boulevard Add sidewalks Narrow Road
40 Streetlight Design Standards Neighbourhood streetlight system: Upgraded to energy efficient LED lighting, the new City standard for streetlights
41 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS
42 Local Improvements Two types involved with neighbourhood reconstruction: City initiated City proposes improvement and advises property owners of improvement and projected costs. e.g. Sidewalk reconstruction Property owner requested Property owners propose improvement through an Expression of Interest (EOI) and gather support for it. e.g. Decorative streetlights
43 Sidewalk Reconstruction City at large and property owner share costs (50/50) of sidewalk reconstruction adjacent to the owner s property.
44 Sidewalk Reconstruction The current 2017 Residential Local Improvement rates are: $200.54/m of lot frontage for one time payment, or $12.82/m of lot frontage for amortized payment over 20 years. For example, a typical 15.24m (50 ft.) frontage would be: $3, one-time cash payment to the City, or $195.38/year for 20 years amortized on your property taxes.
45 Sidewalk Reconstruction Is done by project area. A map of the project areas is provided with your Local Improvement Notice. If 50% +1 of property owners in any given project area petition against the local improvement, it is defeated.
47 Decorative Street Lighting Property owner requested local improvement: Type selected by July 4, 2017; otherwise standard LED streetlights only City will mail an Expression of Interest package to property owners by Sept 1, 2017 Signed Expression of Interest package to be received by City by Nov 15, 2017 Must have 50%+1 support from the neighbourhood property owners to agree to pay the additional costs for decorative lighting beyond standard streetlights
48 Decorative Street Lighting The Decorative Streetlight Local Improvement Process will be separate for Bellevue and Virginia Park Each neighbourhood can elect to pay for decorative streetlights for that specific neighbourhood as a whole Therefore, both neighbourhoods could have different styles of streetlights
49 Decorative Street Blades Communities that opt for decorative streetlights also have the choice to add decorative street blades at no cost. Blade options will be included with the decorative streetlight package.
50 THANK YOU
51 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK GREAT NEIGHBOURHOODS CAPITAL PROGRAM
52 Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program This program makes improvements on City property in residential neighbourhoods. These investments: Focus on enhancing neighbourhood livability and community connectivity Are unique to each neighbourhood Are coordinated with work planned in the neighbourhood to maximize investments
53 Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program Harry Hardin Park in Fulton Place BEFORE Harry Hardin Park in Fulton Place AFTER
54 BELLEVUE AND VIRGINIA PARK As you are looking at the displays, we would like to hear your suggestions around pedestrian and cycling access, traffic concerns or opportunities to improve the livability of your neighbourhood.
55 NEXT STEPS
56 What To Expect Drainage renewal work is currently underway. Deadline to select a decorative lighting and street blade option and send request to the City is July 4, Local Improvement notices will be sent out late 2017 or early Road, curb and sidewalk construction starts in Spring Anticipated completion date is Fall 2019.
57 What To Expect In late 2017 or early 2018 another public meeting will be held to inform you of: Final designs Construction and local improvement process Residents will get information at their homes throughout the construction process about what is happening when and what is required of residents.
58 Information & Feedback INFO Call: Website: edmonton.ca/buildinggreatneighbourhoods FEEDBACK Comment forms available at front desk or survey online Will accept comments for 6 weeks after tonight s meeting
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Building Great Neighbourhoods QUEEN ALEXANDRA We are here today to Explain how the City is investing in improving your neighbourhood and how your neighbourhood will be improved to meet current City standards.
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