Erin Ridge Traffic Calming Neighbourhood Consultation Task Force
Council approved the development of a new Neighbourhood Consultation Task Force made up of residents, business owners and stakeholders, which will work with the City to help enhance traffic safety throughout the Erin Ridge neighbourhood.
The purpose of the Neighbourhood Consultation Task Force is to foster communication between the City and Erin Ridge residents, raise awareness and understanding about traffic calming measures, and to receive and report on residents’ concerns on their effectiveness.
Erin Ridge Representatives
On January 25, 2016, St. Albert City Council unanimously appointed the following individuals to the Erin Ridge Traffic Calming Neighbourhood Consultation Task Force:
- Murray Lambert
- Sandy Scott
- Bill Van Hoof
- Bryan Cyr
- Elaine Jensen
- Chris Manners
- Karen Baniak
- Tim Saunders
- Dave McConkey
- Frank Vagi
Areas the Task Force members represent
Task Force Objective
To provide annual feedback in 2016, 2017 and 2018 on the plans, proposals and implementation actions that will enhance neighbourhood traffic safety through long-term measures that will focus on speed, volume, pedestrian crossings and other traffic issues.
The Erin Ridge Traffic Calming Neighbourhood Consultation Task Force presented their first report to City Council at the June 27, 2016 City Council meeting at St. Albert Place.
The Task Force will meet, at a minimum, quarterly starting in Q1 2016 until the end of 2018.
Meeting Notes (PDF)
For further information:
City of St. Albert
Last edited: June 12, 2018