The City of Grande Prairie is dedicated to providing up-to-date information about the Downtown Rehabilitation and Streetscapes project to all its residents, businesses and visitors.

Updated: Jan 14 2022
Downtown Construction begins on Monday, May 3 On Monday, May 3, crews from Knelsen Sand & Gravel Ltd. begin:
Updated: Oct 29 2021
On Sunday, October 31, residents are advised that the temporary traffic signals are being removed at 100 St. and 102 Ave. and 102 Ave. and 102 St. as construction progresses on the Downtown Rehabilitation and Streetscapes Project.
Updated: Oct 19 2021
Construction Update ATCO Electric will be installing permanent streetlights along 100 Avenue between 100 Street and 99 Street this week, helping with visibility and safety. The existing temporary streetlights will come down.
Updated: Oct 19 2021
A single lane closure will occur to the southbound lane on 98 Street at the intersection of 100 Avenue as part of ongoing construction on the Downtown Rehabilitation Project.
Updated: Sep 02 2021
Construction Update Crews have successfully installed water and sanitary lines as well as 35 new sanitary sewer connections and 37 new water connections within the Downtown Rehab Project Phase 4 construction zone.
Updated: Aug 09 2021
Crews continue to work towards the goal of opening the 100 Avenue and 100 Street intersection. Paving crews are currently onsite and actively working on paving the intersection.
Updated: May 27 2021
Construction Update Installation of underground utilities is underway, including sanitary sewer and waterlines along on 100 Avenue between 100 Street and 99 Street.
Updated: May 11 2021
Downtown construction is progressing east on schedule.
Updated: Apr 13 2021
Preparations for the Downtown Rehabilitation and Streetscapes project are underway with temporary water connections and temporary traffic signals being installed in the coming days.