Mature Neighbourhood Overlay Review

Posted on April 22nd, 2016

Share Your Feedback

The review of the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay (MNO) is important to citizens across Edmonton. The public engagement program to support the MNO review is an inclusive process with a variety of engagement opportunities planned or in progress. It includes:


Public Engagement Opportunities

View event details by visiting MNO Engagement Opportunities

Jane’s Walk

Join us as we explore the Bonnie Doon mature neighbourhood and discuss what character means to you.
Saturday, May 7, 2016
Learn more about this event on the Jane's Walk website

Drop-in Interactive Session

No Registration Required
Wednesday May 18, 2016
Learn more about this event.

Facilitated Workshop

Advanced Registration opens April 28, 2016 (Required)
Saturday May 28, 2016
University of Alberta – Lister Centre, Maple Leaf Room
11613 87 Ave NW, Edmonton
Learn more about this event.  


Online Surveys

May Mixed-Topic Insight Community Survey

Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2016

The survey will contain several questions to gather feedback on how citizens define mature neighbourhood character. Citizens can sign up to join the Edmonton Insight Community at

June Insight Community Survey

Date: Mid-June 2016

This survey will provide another opportunity over and above the May engagement events for residents to share their feedback on how to make the MNO a more effective tool for shaping development in mature neighbourhoods. The survey will be distributed through the Insight Community, and promoted through a variety of additional channels, including: traditional and social media, targeted communication to the development industry and community associations, and the Evolving Infill newsletter.

Stakeholder Feedback Group 

This group meets bi-monthly to discuss the project direction and includes representatives from the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL), 3 EFCL district councils, the Canadian Home Builders Association (CHBA), Urban Development Institute (UDI) and Infill Development in Edmonton Association (IDEA).

Community Infill Panel

The Community Infill Panel is a volunteer advisory committee comprised of passionate residents, community league members and development industry representatives. The group provides strategic advice to Administration on possible infill-related regulation changes and how to approach engagement.

More events will be announced here and in the Evolving Infill newsletter as they are planned.