Keeping our city and our established neighbourhoods thriving into the future. Providing diverse housing options for our residents. Using our resources wisely.

This is what residential infill in Edmonton is all about. People, homes, and our evolving communities.

More and more people are calling Edmonton home. By 2024 we will have a population of over one million. One million people and thousands of households with different housing preferences and needs: young and old, big and small, new Edmontonians and residents who have lived their whole lives in our city. Supporting residential infill in established neighbourhoods is an important way to help everyone find the right homes in the right communities.

Infill also helps our established neighbourhoods. Each of them has changed over time and will continue to evolve into the future. New homes, different types of housing and new residents will help ensure their ongoing vitality.

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Our Team

 

Please click on an individual team member name for more information and to contact them directly. Otherwise, Click Here for the general contact form.

 
Susan Morrissey

Susan Morrissey

Executive Director

Jenn Rossiter

Jenn Rossiter

Project Coordinator | Research Services and Capacity Building

Rowan El-Bialy

Rowan El-Bialy

Strategic Research Coordinator

Sydney Sheloff

Sydney Sheloff

Research Officer

Brett Lambert

Brett Lambert

Community Engagement Coordinator

Justine Basilan

Justine Basilan

Executive Assistant

Social Well-Being Tracker

 

Our social well-being indicators are based on social determinants of health. These indicators are the economic and social conditions that shape the health of individuals and communities. 

 
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