The following document is a summary and reflection on the Community Infill Panel pilot project which took place between December of 2015 and September of 2017. The intent is to reflect on the experiences of those who participated and inform opportunities for the improvement of future panels. The reflections are from both City of Edmonton staff and panel members.
Read the Community Infill Panel Pilot Project Reflections here.
The mandate of the Community Infill Panel is to support City Administration’s ongoing work to make infill easier to do and talk about by providing strategic advice and perspectives on key infill-related topics.
Read the Terms of Reference to learn more about this volunteer advisory committee.
The Community Infill Panel is intended to represent a range of broad and diverse interests. Community Infill Panel members will have an interest in residential infill, neighbourhood change and the city’s future. Read our Membership List to learn about each panel member. Members include residents at large, community league representation and individuals from the development industry.
The Community Infill Panel met for the first time on January 13, 2016, and continues to meet on a bi-monthly basis. Review the meeting highlights below to learn about their discussion.