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Space for Students in the Britannia Area


Many of our older schools are reaching the point where they will soon need major repairs. The older these schools get, the more expensive they are to maintain or upgrade. We hosted an initial meeting in March to talk about condition of four area schools: BritanniaBrightviewMayfield and Youngstown

In May, we hosted a second meeting to talk about potential concepts for schools in the Britannia area. City of Edmonton staff also joined us to share information about other community projects happening in the area and answer questions. 

Review the Britannia Area Concepts.


From October 2016 to February 2017, working committee groups in each community will use feedback gathered from the public meetings, along with data and other information, to come up with a community-driven plan. 

Final recommendations to the Board of Trustees will follow and will be included in our request for funding from the Alberta Government in our 2017-2020 Three-Year Capital Plan.


Families and community members are invited to attend an information meeting to:

  • learn about the working committee’s progress
  • review potential concepts
  • share your feedback in small group discussions

Wednesday, March 8
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Britannia School, 16018-104 Ave

Child care will be available. If you can’t attend the meeting, watch the meeting on our live webcast.


Learn more about the upcoming information meetings in the Rosslyn and Westlawn areas or contact our Planning department at 780-429-8539.


VIEW: Britannia Area Map (PDF)