As part of the 2019-2021 Capital Plan, upgrades and enhancements have been proposed for the aging sanitary infrastructure along 20th Avenue between 20th Street & 17th Street. As part of this project, an excellent opportunity has been presented to also enhance the streetscape along main street.
Along with the much-needed upgrades to 20th Avenue's sanitary infrastructure, this project will provide a number of value-added improvements to our main street, including pedestrian and road safety improvements, upgrades to parking capacity, and aesthetic and functional improvements. Ultimately, these upgrades and enhancements will be pivotal in accommodating future growth and development in our Town for years to come.
Key Project Information
- Project Timeline & Construction Schedule (coming soon)
- Mitigating Construction Impacts (coming soon)
- Proposed Upgrades and Enhancements - Preliminary Design Considerations
- Community Engagement Opportunities
October Engagement Opportunities:
- Main Street Walking Tours - Interested in learning about the proposed changes to our main street? E-mail us at email@example.com to schedule an informative walking tour of downtown! We are also working on a few set dates and times for organized tours and events. Please keep an eye out for more details.
- Universal Access Working Group - If you are a member of the community who has experienced difficulties with access in Coaldale or other communities you’ve visited due to vision, mobility, hearing, cognitive, or other impairments, we are interested in gathering your feedback to help make Coaldale more accessible for everyone. Stop by the Town office or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
- Main Street Design Survey - The main street revitalization design survey is meant to collect community feedback about the parts of the street that can add visual appeal and character to the area, such as street furniture (benches), street lights, landscaping, and the overall theme or 'feel' of the street. Please click here to complete the survey.
Are you a downtown business owner, resident, or concerned citizen? Feel free to contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or call 403-345-1300 for more information regarding the Main Street Revitalization Project! You may also join our project mailing list here.