Open Streets Edmonton
Making Edmonton streets accessible to everyone—not just cars!
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What is Open Streets?
Open Streets is a massive street party put on by Paths for People—a local non-profit that’s championing a more human-centred Edmonton!
We want to make the street accessible to everyone—not just cars! So walk, roll, stroll or dance through the Open Streets. Check out the events we have going on throughout the day. Bring your friends. Meet your neighbours. Find some hidden gems in your city and enjoy the summer weather.
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What will be there?
Free activities including a bike parade, games and fitness classes. Food trucks, live music and more. Our entire event is family friendly.
What to bring
- your sense of adventure
- comfy shoes
- water bottle
- your bike, scooter, skateboard, unicycle or rollerblades
- sun protection (hat, sunscreen)
- rain gear (we’re going to party rain or shine)
- yoga mat (if you want to participate in the fitness sessions)
- your dog (with their leash and poo bags)
What not to bring
- alcohol or drugs
How to get there
You can access the route via the Enterprise Square or Corona LRT Stations.
Hop off the streetcar at its final north stop, travel 2 blocks east (5 minute walk) to join the Open Streets route on 108 Street.
A variety of buses travel nearby the route. Be sure to check with the Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) to see which one will get you where you want to go (re-routing of some buses will be in effect for Open Streets).
Disabled Adult Transit Service (DATS)
If you are registered with DATS, we recommend that you book your reservation at least two days prior to your visit.
Bike! Scooter! Skateboard!
Ride your bike, scooter or skateboard to the event and even ride it on the route.