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Posted on: May 24, 2021

City Seeks Resident Input for the Future of East Edmond

The City of Edmond has several upcoming opportunities for residents to provide feedback for the East Edmond 2050 Plan. The plan, which will assess potential development patterns in the eastern part of the City (including the I-35 Corridor), is an important action item in the city’s comprehensive land use plan, Edmond Plan 2018. 

The primary goal of the study is to identify the associated costs, benefits, and impacts of future development and provide community leaders with data to make informed decisions as growth in Edmond continues. It is anticipated the study will continue until Fall 2021.

Community engagement is a vital component of the plan for developing needs, priorities, goals, and strategies that will guide the City’s vision for the future. There are multiple ways to engage the planning process during the first week of June. 

For those that would like to engage in the process in-person, multiple pop-up events will take place on Thursday, June 3 & Saturday, June 5. These include:

  • Thursday, June 3 at Walmart Supercenter (1225 West I-35 Frontage Road) from 7:30-10:30 am & 3-5 pm
  • Thursday, June 3 at Stephenson Park Pavilion (431 South Boulevard) from 12-2 pm
  • Thursday, June 3 at Commonplace Books (21 South Broadway) from 12-4 pm
  • Thursday, June 3 during Edmond Vibes (7 North Broadway) from 4-8 pm
  • Saturday, June 5 at Pelican Bay Aquatic Center (1034 North Bryant Avenue) from 12-4 pm

For residents that cannot attend the community events there is an online option on June 3 at 6:30 pm. To join the community check-in, please register at:

Please visit the project website at to find other input opportunities, additional project information or to sign up for email updates.  Additional information about the East Edmond 2050 Plan is also available by contacting Long Range Planner Ken Bryan at


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