Old Strathcona Festivals & Events Survey
Every year, the Old Strathcona district, inclusive of Strathcona, Queen Alexandra and Ritchie, hosts a number of festivals and events. The City of Edmonton Civic Events & Partnerships Office would like your feedback and input into a potential event.

In 2016, there were 8 festivals and 17 events hosted on public spaces around the Old Strathcona district. With construction around Sir Winston Churchill Square, the Old Strathcona district is being considered to host the 2018 Edmonton International Street Performers Festival for one year. Given the scope and scale of the festival, we would like your feedback so we are able to mitigate concerns.

We are dedicated to ensuring festivals and events add to quality of life in Edmonton and provide the opportunity for community to gather and celebrate. We appreciate your feedback!
What community do you live in? *
How many festivals or events did you attended in Old Strathcona this year?
Which festivals and events did you attend this year?
(Please check all boxes that apply)
What do you think are some of the positive impacts of festivals and events in Old Strathcona?
What do you think are some of the negative impacts of festivals and events in Old Strathcona?
What type of impact do you believe Old Strathcona festivals and events have on the community overall?
Very negative
Very positive
Acknowledging the Old Strathcona district is a vibrant community year round, the below question is ONLY your feedback as it relates to the existing 8 festivals and 17 events. How disruptive would you say the existing festivals and events are, in terms of impact on your day-to-day life.
(Please use the scale below to describe your experience.)
Not at all disruptive
Slightly disruptive
Noticeably disruptive
Very disruptive
Not Applicable
Don't Know
Road closures
Parking availablity
Increased vehicle traffic
Increased pedestrian traffic
Noise disruptions
Disruptive behavious
Cleanliness of community
Thinking about your overall quality of life, please indicate the overall effect of Old Strathcona festivals and events on the community.
Very negative
Very positive
Old Strathcona is being considered as a one year potential location for the 2018 Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. This is due to construction of the River Valley LRT and its impacts on Sir Winston Churchill Square. The Edmonton International Streets Performers Festival is proposing July 2018 in Dr. Wilbert McIntyte Park and involves the closure of 83 Avenue between Gateway Blvd. and Calgary Trail and 104 Street service lane between 83 and 84 Avenue. The 2004 Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was temporarily located in Old Strathcona. Conceptually, the 2018 festival would be similar in size, scope & scale to the 2004 festival. Please provide any comments on the potential one year re-location of this festival.
(The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival is a free festival with live busking, family programming, workshops and activities. Additional offerings include food vendors and artisans. There is no liquor service. For more information on the festival please visit www.edmontonstreetfest.com)
What type of impact do you believe the temporary one year re-location of the 2018 Edmonton International Street Performers Festivals will have on the community?
Very negative
Very positive
You are welcome to leave us your email address if you would like further updates on Old Strathcona festivals and events public meetings.
Personal information is being collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act and will be used by the City of Edmonton, Community Services Department, Old Strathcona Festivals & Events Survey for the administration and management of this survey program. If you have any questions about the collection, use or disclosure of your personal information, please contact the Civic Events & Partnerships section at 780-496-4903.
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