The Edgemont Village Centre refresh is an opportunity to highlight the Village’s distinct identity, enhance its commercial core, and improve the surrounding public space.
By preserving Edgemont’s low-rise character, encouraging diverse housing options, supporting one-of-a-kind retail stores and businesses, and improving pedestrian and cyclist access, we hope to strengthen and celebrate this vibrant community.
The Village Centre refresh in detail
Construction, traffic, and access
Construction projects that impact traffic
We have created a map that shows major construction projects in the area, and notes the impact they may have on local traffic. The map is updated weekly with the newest traffic information.
Opportunities for public input
November 28, 2023 — Public Hearing: 3288 Brookridge Drive and 1135-1147 Ridgewood Drive
Domus Homes has applied to develop this site.
The application as submitted proposes 12 owned townhomes (eight two-and-a-half storey, four two-storey) and 27 parking spaces in an underground parkade (24 for residents and 3 for visitors). There is no commercial space proposed.
The application will be presented at a public hearing. This is your chance to speak to Council if you feel your interest in property will be affected by this application.
1031-1045 Ridgewood Drive
|32 townhomes in five three-storey buildings||Second and third reading||December 4, 2023|
3288 Brookridge Drive
|12 townhomes in a two- and three-storey building||Public hearing||November 28, 2023|
|3105-3115 Crescentview Drive
|22 apartments in a three-storey building, plus one detached house.||Development permit issued||May 1, 2017|
|3015-3059 Woodbine Drive
|20 condos in a three-storey building with 8 commercial units on the ground floor.||Public information meeting (second)||September 20, 2018|
|3155 & 3175 Canfield Crescent
|Eight townhomes in four two-storey buildings||Approved by Council||April 4, 2022|
Village Centre overview
Main goals of the plan
To maintain and enhance the unique street pattern and streetscapes, the low-rise scale and eclectic diversity of buildings and small-scale stores, the sense of neighbourliness and community, and the village's walkability and pedestrian-friendly character.
Maintain low-rise built form character and scale, and encourage a diverse mix of local, small scale, and one-of-a-kind retails stores and businesses.
Sensitively introduce ground-oriented duplexes and townhouses within the identified peripheral area to offer a broader range of housing options.
Advance transportation strategies to improve opportunities for walking and safe routes to school, cycling, transit, traffic management, circulation, and parking.
Maintain the rhythm of small storefronts that contribute to the strong sense of place and identity of the village, and maintain the boundaries of the existing commercial core to strengthen economic vitality.
Community facilities, services, and amenities
Guide public realm and network improvements to facilitate safe public access, and to provide inviting public spaces.
Park and open spaces
Recognize and enhance Highland and Edgemont Boulevards as the "village heart" with an enhanced Highland Plaza to promote social interaction, gathering, and space for community events.
Support more environmentally friendly buildings and landscapes, and promote green building and water conservation practices.
Policies, reports, public input
Development guidelines and policies
- Official Community Plan (OCP)
- Edgemont Village Centre Plan and Design Guidelines
- Development permit areas
Plans and studies
The Design Guidelines and Plan for Edgemont Village was developed with opportunities for community engagement at all key stages of the planning process.
January/February 2014 — Community workshops to inform final revisions to the draft plan policies and design guidelines. Around 175 people attended the 3 events, with around 90 submitted feedback forms.
November 2013 — Series of Open Houses on the draft plan policies and design guidelines. Around 110 people attended and 163 completed feedback surveys were received.
June 2013 — Series of ‘Directions Forum’ events to gather input on the Village Refresh ‘Foundation Report’ including draft planning and design principles. Approximately 180 participated.
February 2013 — Series of opening ‘Ideas Forum’ events for the village design guidelines and plan refresh. Over 250 residents participated.
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