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Centre in the Park

Take a look at the full vision for Centre in the Park.

Centre in the Park is a multi-use area being developed within the heart of Sherwood Park. It is a place where people live, work and spend their leisure time.

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Centre in the Park - 2014

The vision: to create a centre for Strathcona County - a heart for our community.

Centre in the Park combines municipal services, local government, residences, retail services and inviting public spaces. It will complete a core for our community, linking to existing amenities such as Broadmoor Lake Park, Festival Place, the trail system, businesses and schools.

Centre in the Park is designed to be a model of a sustainable community that optimizes environmental innovation.

Centre in the Park features

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Community Centre
Community Energy System
Prairie Walk 
Project history
Centre in the Park public parking

Project construction

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Lots 4 and 5, just south of Prairie Walk in Centre in the Park, are designated for residential/commercial development, and excavation on the site has begun. Construction is well underway on the final portion of Bedford Village, situated just north of Lot 5. Construction activity on Lot 1 is anticipated to start in the summer of 2016.

For your safety

For safe access and travel around construction areas in Centre in the Park please:

  • follow all signs and barriers, and watch for moving equipment
  • note fenced construction areas are limited to construction personnel access only

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.  

Partners and stakeholders:

Christenson Developments
The Canadian District Energy Association

Archives

Centre in the Park Business Plan 
Outlines the concept, objectives and implementation strategy for Centre in the Park.
Approved by County Council December 2002

Centre in the Park Design Guidelines
An overview of areas within Centre in the Park and the framework for their development.

Last updated: Monday, February 08, 2016
Page ID: 38471