2021 construction projects now available in online interactive map
The 2021 construction season is on its way, and all planned projects are now available online in an interactive map for residents to learn more and submit any questions they may have before the work begins.
It will be a busy year city-wide. Projects include a number of road reconstructions and overlays, back lane reconstructions and overlays, the widening of a portion of Grant MacEwan Boulevard, as well as repairs at the Skate Park, construction of a new community garden in Deer Valley, and expansion of the Multiway in Caledonia Park.
“Construction work is vital to the quality of life and continuous growth of our community,” said Mayor Bob Young with the City of Leduc. “It ensures our roads, sidewalks, and alleys are safe and stable, and prevents larger issues in the future that would be costlier to fix. It also creates local jobs, which is especially important this year as we recover from the pandemic.”
“We are committed to keeping residents up-to-date throughout the season,” said Mike Pieters, General Manager of Infrastructure and Planning with the City. “I encourage everyone to use our online map and find regular updates on the website. We understand construction can be frustrating, and we appreciate everyone’s patience and cooperation as we work to improve and maintain our important infrastructure.”
This is the fourth year the City has offered the interactive map feature to assist residents in tracking the season’s construction projects
New this year is the ‘Report a Construction Concern’ online tool, for residents to submit any non-emergent construction concerns, such as messy construction sites, dust or debris, noise, or property damage.
A pre-season virtual engagement opportunity is also available online until May 4, where residents are encouraged to review the map and submit any questions they may have about the upcoming season.
All of these details and more can be found at www.leduc.ca/construction.