The City of Grande Prairie and the County of Grande Prairie are seeking public input on the future road network south of the Grande Prairie Airport. Specifically, road and intersection development on the land south of 100 Avenue, between Range Road 64 and 65.

"Engaging our community in the future of our road network connectivity is a positive undertaking for our region. Working on this joint initiative with the County of Grande Prairie to gather public input and ensure the development of a robust road network supports our strategic priorities of Engaging Relationships and Innovative Efficiencies and Economic Readiness" says City of Grande Prairie Mayor Jackie Clayton. "Together, we aim to create an efficient and safe transportation system that caters to both of our community’s needs.”

“Whether you live in the County or the City, a safe and useful road network is important to all residents and visitors,” said County of Grande Prairie Reeve Bob Marshall. “Working together, we will develop recommendations that will help grow the economy and better connect the region. We look forward to hearing what is important to residents.”

McElhanney Ltd. has been retained to oversee the project, including gathering valuable insights from the public and other stakeholders.

Public In-Person Open House
The City and County invite all community members to participate in an in-person open house, where they can share their input and ask questions about this project. This session will provide an opportunity for attendees to express their thoughts on the current and future road networks and intersections, as well as identify potential opportunities for improvement.

Date: Thursday, June 15, 2023
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Location: Ernie Radbourne Pavilion – Muskoseepi Park
Address: 102 Avenue and 102 Street

Transportation Study Survey
Community members are also encouraged to participate in a Transportation Study Survey, which will remain open until June 30th. Your input will contribute to the development of a robust and inclusive road network plan.

To participate in the survey, please visit

All interested individuals are encouraged to come to the session or take the survey to help shape the future road network for this area. Your input is vital to ensuring our transportation infrastructure meets the needs of our growing community. For more information visit,

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Media Inquiries:            
Conor Coney
Project Technologist
City of Grande Prairie

Nick Lapp
Director of Planning and Development Services
County of Grande Prairie