The City of St. Albert is developing Complete Streets Design Guidelines, which will influence how streets are designed in the future.
Complete Streets is a design approach that balances the needs of all roadway users. Whether you drive, bike, walk or take the bus, Complete Streets are designed to provide safe, comfortable and convenient access for all users at all ages.
Under this philosophy, streets interface with buildings, businesses, open spaces and parks to create an urban environment that is more than a corridor for vehicles. A Complete Street may contain driving lanes, cycle paths, sidewalks/trails and boulevard trees. It depends on the priorities of the community; which elements will be part of a Complete Street.
Have Your Say!
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Open House and/or provided input into the survey. All feedback will be reviewed to help determine what design elements should be incorporated into St. Albert’s Complete Streets Guidelines.
- November 15, 2017 - First Open House – Identify community priorities
- Winter 2017/2018 – Draft Design Guidelines and Specifications
- Spring 2018 - Second Open House – Share the Complete Streets Design Guidelines and Strategy
- Fall 2018 - Council Presentation
- 2019 – Update to Municipal Standards
Last edited: June 20, 2018