page contents Livability in Grande Prairie by Councillor Dylan Bressey, Grande Prairie City Council. Election 2017. page contents

A Livable Grande Prairie

Livability means having the things we need to go about our lives. This includes safe communities and plenty of opportunities for work, education, and play.

A livable city is one that:

  • Has adequate and well maintained infrastructure

  • Ensures housing is available for people of all family situations and income levels

  • Gives citizens plenty of opportunity for work, education, and recreation

  • Has attractive, energetic and walkable residential, business, and entertainment districts

  • Creates parks, plazas, and other spaces for people to gather

  • Helps vulnerable people get and stay on their feet

  • Creates safe streets and neighbourhoods

To strengthen a livable city, I support:

  • Strong advocacy to provincial and federal governments on behalf of Northwestern Alberta.

  • Pursuing regional partnerships to deliver better recreation and other quality of life services

  • Ensuring our City is accessible to citizens of all abilities

  • Resourcing, monitoring, and when necessary updating our plan to end homelessness

  • Dedicating greater resources to the Education and Engineering components of road safety

  • Making transit more efficient for the City to operate and more convenient for passengers to use

Let me know what you think a sustainable, livable, and connected city looks like. Join a GP Round Table discussion online or in person. Details are here.

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