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Project Overview

The City is planning to redevelop Butler Memorial Park, located at 15715 Stony Plain Road. The Jasper Place Revitalization Strategy and subsequent Jasper Place Area Redevelopment Plan recommend enhancements to the park, and were approved by City Council.

Enhancements to Butler Memorial Park are intended to contribute to the continuing revitalization of the Jasper Place area and to support the goals of safety, connections and community building. The new design will enhance area character and integrate with current plans for improving the adjacent Jasper Place Transit Centre.  

Feedback contributed at Public Engagement sessions for area and park redevelopment plans provided information on how citizens believe the park could be improved.

Project Timeline

Project Lifecycle Concept

Fall 2019/Spring 2020
Construction

Summer/Fall 2019
Detail design developed
Tender project for construction

Spring 2019
One concept option will be developed from Exploring Options feedback
Setting Direction: Public Engagement opportunity to refine option

Winter 2019 - Exploring Options
Public and Stakeholder consultation to review options and provide feedback
Take the Survey

Fall 2018
Concept Design Options developed

What We Heard

A public survey was completed online and in person throughout summer 2017. Responses from residents, local businesses, community organizations and park visitors were used to inform park priorities for desired activities and elements within the park.

2017 Butler Memorial Park Survey

When thinking about Butler Memorial Park in the future, which activities and elements are most important in the park?

1. Local Events - Markets, Cultural, Musical, Community Barbecues (49%)
2. Sitting and Relaxing (47%)
3. Gathering Space (32%)
4. Walking through the park when I’m commuting (31%)
5. A place to bring kids (27%)
6. Public Art (22%)

When thinking about Butler Park in the future, which of the following do you believe should be a focus?

1. Safe - Well Lit, Visible, Clean (77%)
2. Walkable (38%)
3. Nature and Natural Elements (38%)
4. All-season Space (27%)
5. Connecting with History (23%)
6. Enjoy the park after sun sets during shorter days (23%)
7. Connected to the Street (22%)

These priorities and others that emerged from the public engagement will inform development of the draft concept plan.

For More Information

Open Space Planning and Design

14th Floor, Edmonton Tower
10111 104 Avenue NW
Edmonton AB  T5J 0J4

Telephone

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

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