Construction Projects

Each year Beaumont takes on capital projects that help maintain or improve the municipality’s infrastructure. Construction projects are budgeted for each year through Beaumont's budget process. 


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2019 Ken Nichol Parking Lot Construction - Project Overview

Beaumont will be working on the north half of the Ken Nichol parking lot and a section of 55 Avenue in order to eliminate the steep grades affecting the Beaumont transit.  Beaumont will take this opportunity to install a new storm system on 55 Avenue to alleviate any ponding issues in the parking lot of J.E. Lapointe School.

With any construction, there are always challenges, and this is amplified when construction takes place in established neighbourhoods.  It is never the intention of Beaumont or the contractor to cause any inconvenience.

CITY OF BEAUMONT - Project Manager
Questions or concerns regarding construction and/ or contractor
Alvaro Soto
Cell - 780-231-1605
Direct - 780-929-4304
Email -

Park Aid will be completing construction scheduled for your area. Employees will be wearing clearly marked clothing.

  1. Parking
  2. Garbage Collection
  3. Emergency Response
  4. Mail

Roadways and sidewalks will be closed during some portions of construction, limiting driveway access for a few hours to several days. The Contractor will work with residents by providing temporary gravel access as required. If you are parking elsewhere in your neighbourhood, be sure to obey street signs and be courteous to other residents.

Asphalt Trail Closure - Construction Underway

The portion of trail highlighted in red will be closed until further notice and the alternate routes in green must be used.

Asphalt Trail

If you have any questions, please contact the City of Beaumont at 780-929-1372 or

Future Projects:

50 Avenue Streetscape

Beaumont Council approved the 50 Avenue Streetscape improvements and the project will be considered in the 2019 budget cycle. This project will continue to support the vision of the Centre-ville area. As per the goals and objectives in the Downtown Urban Design Concept Plan (DUDCP), 50 Avenue is another critical piece of infrastructure that will support the vision, enhance the area and set the stage for continued redevelopment activities.
Beaumont, Alberta: 50th Avenue Streetscape