Trails and Sidewalk Master Plan

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What is a Trail and Sidewalk Master Plan?

A Trails and Sidewalk Master Plan is a document that:

  • provides the City with a direction for improving the existing trail and sidewalk network; and
  • guides the growth and potential expansion of future trails and sidewalk routes, infrastructure, amenities and policy direction.

Get Involved During COVID-19

We recognize that it is a very difficult time right now both globally and locally. However, we also want to make sure that our citizens still have a voice and say in the projects during this time.

The safety of our citizens and staff is important. That is why the engagement opportunities for the Trail and Sidewalk Master Plan project have moved online until restrictions on public gatherings are lifted and it is safe for in-person engagement to continue.

Have a questions about how to get involved? No problem, email us at yourvoice@lloydminster.ca.

Hearing your feedback is extremely important to us!


Phase 1

In Phase 1 we aimed to understand the following objectives:

  • What do you value about trails and sidewalks?
  • How you currently use the trail and sidewalk network and how you would like to use it in the future?
  • What elements of trails and sidewalks are most important to you?
  • What current issues exist?
  • What ideas and opportunities do you see for the future?

The Phase 1 public engagement was held between May 28 and June 18, 2020. Have any questions about the project? Ask us in the Q & A tool below.


Phase 2 and 3

Over the past few months we have been collecting technical data on missing links of sidewalks and trails, analyzing the overall network, and using the input gathered from the public and stakeholders this spring to co-create a Project Vision statement and help inform the development of the Trails and Sidewalk Master Plan. In May a workshop was held with City departments, and through May to June a public survey gathered input from 316 participants.

Thank you to all who provided input in May and June. The City is working on an official What We Heard Report for this project, and will have ti ready for your viewing shortly.

To complete Phase 3 engagement, the City of Lloydminster is hosting a series of virtual workshops with local community groups. Stay tuned for more about the feedback collected in these meetings.

If you were contacted about the stakeholder meetings on August 26, or would like to attend, please RSVP online at your earliest convenience.

What is a Trail and Sidewalk Master Plan?

A Trails and Sidewalk Master Plan is a document that:

  • provides the City with a direction for improving the existing trail and sidewalk network; and
  • guides the growth and potential expansion of future trails and sidewalk routes, infrastructure, amenities and policy direction.

Get Involved During COVID-19

We recognize that it is a very difficult time right now both globally and locally. However, we also want to make sure that our citizens still have a voice and say in the projects during this time.

The safety of our citizens and staff is important. That is why the engagement opportunities for the Trail and Sidewalk Master Plan project have moved online until restrictions on public gatherings are lifted and it is safe for in-person engagement to continue.

Have a questions about how to get involved? No problem, email us at yourvoice@lloydminster.ca.

Hearing your feedback is extremely important to us!


Phase 1

In Phase 1 we aimed to understand the following objectives:

  • What do you value about trails and sidewalks?
  • How you currently use the trail and sidewalk network and how you would like to use it in the future?
  • What elements of trails and sidewalks are most important to you?
  • What current issues exist?
  • What ideas and opportunities do you see for the future?

The Phase 1 public engagement was held between May 28 and June 18, 2020. Have any questions about the project? Ask us in the Q & A tool below.


Phase 2 and 3

Over the past few months we have been collecting technical data on missing links of sidewalks and trails, analyzing the overall network, and using the input gathered from the public and stakeholders this spring to co-create a Project Vision statement and help inform the development of the Trails and Sidewalk Master Plan. In May a workshop was held with City departments, and through May to June a public survey gathered input from 316 participants.

Thank you to all who provided input in May and June. The City is working on an official What We Heard Report for this project, and will have ti ready for your viewing shortly.

To complete Phase 3 engagement, the City of Lloydminster is hosting a series of virtual workshops with local community groups. Stay tuned for more about the feedback collected in these meetings.

If you were contacted about the stakeholder meetings on August 26, or would like to attend, please RSVP online at your earliest convenience.

What are your trails and sidewalk questions?

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    I would like to know why the sidewalks are not as maintained in the neighborhood of E.S. Laird school, that's from the soccer fields to downtown, all in that area? Many of the side walks are crumbling, the curbs are not wheelchair or stroller friendly. Definitely need some attention in this area.

    Morgann Asked 3 months ago

    Hi Morgann,

    Thanks for your question. Our Transportation team prioritizes the severity of sidewalk repair and acts accordingly. Residents are encouraged to use the Report a Concern function at www.lloydminster.ca/ReportAConcern to bring community issues to our attention. Alternatively, you can also contact the Operations Centre at 789-874-3700.