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Business Engagement on Centennial Street Project coming in May

The Town of Sylvan Lake is planning two sessions to talk with businesses about the Centennial Street Project
Sylvan Lake Town Office. (Sarah Baker/Sylvan Lake News photo)

The Town of Sylvan Lake will be hosting a business engagement in May to talk with local business owners about the Centennial Street project.

The business engagement will have two sessions, one at midday and one in the evening.

While the town is still determining the exact date and location for the event, communications officer Jared Waldo said the hope is to have it in early May.

“Early May was determined as the best time to ensure we have all of our details, presentation materials, and staff available to the public. We want to share as much as possible about the project while being accessible and available to answer questions.”

During the sessions, detailed designs, 3D renderings, maps, and other information relevant to the project will be presented.

“It’s an ‘open house’ style session meaning folks can come at any point during the sessions and review the information at their leisure,” Waldo said.

“For those business owners unable to attend on those days, our team will make themselves available to meet with them directly to ensure they can provide direct feedback to the conversations.”

Plans for meeting directly with the different businesses on Centennial Street are also being made.

“We also plan on meeting with businesses directly, separate from the sessions, to ensure we reach as many folks as possible,” Waldo said.

Once available, more information will be posted on the Town of Sylvan Lake website’s news hub ( and the Centennial Street project page (

“We continue to add updates and information as it develops and relates to the project. Lakers can register and ask questions about the project at any time using our ‘Ask and Answered’ feature, and read what other questions Lakers are asking. We do our best to answer them as soon as possible to keep residents up to date,” Waldo said.

Sarah Baker

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