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Fraser Development

Neighbourhood: Fraser   Timeline: The Edmonton CDC in Fraser

Last Project Update: May 3, 2019

The Work in Fraser

May 3, 2019

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The Edmonton CDC has a parcel of land in the Fraser Community. Zoning is RF5 and according to the Fraser Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan, this land  is earmarked for community row housing. That said, the CDC is willing to work with community to change zoning if that is what the community wants.

Communities United, a collaborative community development initiative supported by United Way, the Edmonton Community Foundation and others, is a key partner on the development of this land, given its presence in and current engagement of residents in five neighbourhoods in the Northeast.

We are also partnering with the Fraser Community League to ensure that the engagement undertaken is as comprehensive as possible.

You can read about the demographics of Fraser HERE.

Initial, early stage engagement began in November 2018 via a meeting with approximately a dozen area stakeholders and a meeting on November 29th with the Communities United steering committee at which 20 or so people attended.

The Edmonton CDC hopes to begin more extensive engagement in the Spring of 2019  and to break ground late in the year or in early 2020.

The CDC owns Blk 83, Parcel 10


  • Limited Group Homes
  • Minor Home Based Business
  • Row Housing, on a Site of 1.4 ha or less
  • Semi-detached Housing, on a Site of 1.4 ha or less
  • Urban Gardens


  • Child Care Services
  • Garage Suites
  • Garden Suites
  • Group Homes
  • Lodging Houses
  • Major Home Based Business
  • Religious Assembly
  • Residential Sales Centre
  • Secondary Suites, where developed within a Single Detached Housing form
  • Single Detached Housing
  • Stacked Row Housing, provided that each Dwelling has individual access to Grade

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