Stony Plain slated to start first phase of redevelopment plan this summer

Monday, May 08, 2017

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Stony Plain is getting a makeover this summer as the town prepares to implement the first phase of its downtown redevelopment strategy. 

The Town of Stony Plain announced on April 26 that it would be beginning the first phase of its multi-year downtown redevelopment project and focusing on a number of key initiatives. A Stony Plain press release states that phase one will focus primarily on replacing ageing infrastructure, enhancing the pedestrian environment, improving paving and developing traffic-calming features, among others.

Paul Hanlan, the General Manager of Planning and Infrastructure with Stony Plain, said phase one will involve redevelopment of some paving and laneways behind the businesses on 50 Street, but that the crux of the infrastructure plan will come in following years.

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