Meet & Greets Aim to Strengthen Relationships with Neighbourhoods Affected by Problem Properties
This spring, the City of Edmonton’s Problem Property Initiative (PPI) will host a series of Meet & Greets in north central Edmonton, where the highest concentration of problem properties exist. Free for all Edmontonians to attend, these events aim to strengthen relationships with community members and increase awareness of the PPI’s expanded powers to address problem properties.
Each Meet & Greet will feature a presentation and Q&A session, followed by an opportunity for community members to chat directly with PPI personnel. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
- Saturday April 29th, 2-4 p.m.: Eastwood Community League Hall, 11803 86th Street
- Thursday May 18th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.: Alberta Avenue Community League Hall, 9210 118th Avenue
- Wednesday June 14th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.: Edmonton Intercultural Centre (McCauley), 9538 107th Avenue
Edmonton’s Problem Property Initiative addresses properties that generate frequent and serious complaints and safety concerns. As part of its strategy to tackle the issues associated with these places, the PPI is committed to communicating, engaging, and collaborating with neighbourhoods affected by problem properties. The PPI is pleased to announce new public information resources and opportunities to meet with its team members.
We’ve updated our edmonton.ca/problemproperties website. Visitors will find photo galleries, improved definitions of a problem property, more precise reporting guidance, an enhanced Who to Call list, and a new information sheet that provides an overview of the PPI.
Information from the City of Edmonton.