Calgarians will be asked if they support the city formalizing a series of paths on public land so pedestrians can have a better connection through some inner-city neighbourhoods.
The paths stretch from Western Canada High School through Cliff Bungalow-Mission, Upper Mount Royal and Elbow Park to reach the Elbow River on Sifton Boulevard.
A public consultation will help the city determine if the paths just need signage or if the community wants lighting installed. It could also lead to the path being paved or covered with red shale or gravel.
There is currently no timeframe or budget for the greenway project, as it depends on the scope of the improvements Calgarians want to see.