The Community Parks Framework is a proposed new approach the City is considering developing to increase equitable access to community park amenities.
Communications and engagement with external stakeholders is occurring through July 2022. Feedback gathered from community partners will help inform the framework.
Engagement was conducted in the spring and summer of 2022 to gather feedback from community partners to help inform and refine the framework. The engagement is summarized in a.
The framework will be advanced as part of the 2023-2026 capital budget process in the fall of 2022.
We will be updating this page as information becomes available.
In preparation for the implementation of the new framework, the intake of new Neighbourhood Park Development Program (NPDP) projects will be paused as of October 15th, 2022.
The Community Parks Framework is a proposed new approach the City is considering to support the development and renewal of Community park amenities. The framework intends to replace the Neighbourhood Park Development Program which started in 1983.
The Community Parks Framework will ensure equitable access to community park amenities for all Edmontonians. The framework aims to ensure the City's investment in development and renewal of amenities is providing the optimum long-term value through planning, operations and life cycle management.
The proposed framework will align with the City policies such as The City Plan, ConnectEdmonton, Breathe, GBA+ and the Infrastructure Asset Management Policy to guide strategic development and renewal in a consistent, equitable and responsible manner.