- To enhance and protect Edmond’s natural resources and habitat as the community continues to develop its residential, business and recreational base.
- To work with citizens and continue to receive their input into positive development of Edmond’s future.
- To look for opportunities to improve street infrastructure and connectivity, to include public transportation and enhanced multi-purpose trails.
Watch the Mayor’s 2022 State of the City:
The East Edmond 2050 Plan is designed to guide growth and development in the East Edmond Study Area, generally east and along the I-35 Corridor, as well as inform future development patterns throughout Edmond. The development of this plan included extensive public engagement and committee involvement over the 16-month planning process to create the vision, guiding principles, and implementation priorities. More detailed information regarding community engagement and scenario development can be found in the Appendices. The East Edmond 2050 plan is divided into the following sections:
Edmond Shift encourages, promotes, plans, and creates active transportation alternatives to improve how people can conveniently and safely walk, bike, ride the bus, share a car, and drive throughout Edmond. The city is currently working on a long-range mobility plan for EdmondShift
Several construction improvements for Edmond’s water system are underway. These different projects are necessary to meet Edmond’s current and future water needs, as well as provide increased system reliability. The process to deliver water to Edmond customers can be divided into three steps: source, treatment, and distribution
Edmond continues to grow as a tourism destination with a bustling downtown scene, local restaurants, a selection of hotels and vacation homes, more than 300 pieces of public art and 30 murals. Cycle 66 2022, in only its second year, drew more than 800 cyclists to Edmond. Edmond is now certified as a “Film Friendly” City by the Oklahoma Film + Music Office.
City street widening & intersection projects:
ARPA funds for pedestrian safety projects in Downtown Edmond