Edmonton Bike Trails

Shared pathways can be used for both recreation and commuting which is very desirable for residents. How does Edmonton compare with other cities? Well Edmonton has much room for improvement. Currently, Edmonton has over 160 km of shared pathways and shared trails to bike or walk. Whereas Calgary now has 1,000 km of paved multi-use …

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City of Edmonton Ring Road

The construction of the Anthony Henday Drive has produced some unintended outcomes for the City of Edmonton. The ring road has made surrounding municipalities more accessible such as: • Sherwood Park and St. Albert (within a couple of minutes) • Acheson, Nisku and Leduc are within 5 to 15 minutes or less away from the …

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City of Edmonton RF3 Zone

The RF3 zone in Edmonton is meant to provide a mix of smaller scale housing. This includes duplexes, multi-unit housing, supportive housing, semi-detached housing, single detached housing, secondary suites and garden suites.

Was that Summer?

Was that Summer? We have been super busy with projects this season. Fall is the best time to start planning process for next year’s projects.

Alberta Home Warranty

Running into issues with Alberta New Home Warranty? The most common issues we see are drainage issues from infills. Water will often pond near the foundation of the adjacent property. Inquire within to discuss your case.  

Anthony Henday Expansion

Do you use the Anthony Henday daily? Originally, the southwest portion of Anthony Henday was designed to allow for 40,000 vehicles a day by 2020. Edmonton expanded more quickly than expected, and as of June 2020 this portion of the ring road now carries approximately 80,000 vehicles a day. Accordingly, the Southwest Anthony Henday Drive …

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