Insight in Action
Vehicle for Hire Bylaw
On January 26, 2016 City Council approved Bylaw 17400 - Vehicle for Hire Bylaw. Although many items were considered in this decision, input from the Edmonton Insight Community was also considered.
Please see a summary of the public engagement activities presented to Council here
Touch the Water
"Thank you to everyone who provided feedback to help inform the vision for the Touch the Water project. In this first stage of the public engagement process, Edmonton Insight Community members provided the City of Edmonton with high-level direction on the desired themes and user activities for this new river valley amenity. Your responses are helping to inform two conceptual designs for the promenade. Work is currently underway on these designs, which the City will share with the public later this year for additional feedback."
The results of the first phase of public engagement can be found on our website here:
- Touch the Water project team
Whyte Ave Questions
"Thank you to Insight Community Members. We reported the findings of our Whyte Ave survey in a report to Council Executive Committee and the results helped inform the direction for a focused planning study along Whyte Avenue."
- Anne, Senior Planner
Canada 150 Questions
"We expect to use the info from the Canada 150 Celebrations survey as a starting point to inform priority setting, decision making and future stakeholder engagement. We apprecaite the incredible and insightful feedback from the Edmonton Insight Community as part of this planning"
- Kathy, Planner
Current City Surveys
In addition to the Edmonton Insight Community surveys, the City of Edmonton uses a range of survey tools and approaches to gather input from Edmontonians. To view and complete these surveys as they appear please visit and bookmark: Edmonton.ca/Surveys
• Northlands 2020 Vision Survey - Feb 29
• March Mixed Topic - Week of March 8