Open house on recommendations arising from Range Roads 231 and 232 study

May 2, 2019

Open house on recommendations arising from Range Roads 231 and 232 study

Residents are invited to attend a final open house on the Range Roads 231 and 232 functional planning study, to learn about recommended improvements to safety and traffic flow to support future growth.

The study area is on Range Roads 231 and 232 between Highway 630 (Wye Road) and Highway 628 (Whitemud extension).

The study looked at the long-term needs of the roads, such as the number of lanes, intersection controls, trail requirements and drainage requirements.

The open house is an opportunity to review the recommended plan. Participants will learn about the proposed study recommendations, which were developed based on resident input through earlier phases of the project.

Open House
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Drop-in from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Strathcona Christian Academy Elementary, gymnasium 
52362 Range Road 231, Sherwood Park

During Phase 1, from February to May 2018, approximately 275 residents and stakeholders learned about the project and discussed interests and concerns. During Phase 2, in October 2018, approximately 160 residents provided feedback on design elements narrowed down after Phase 1.

Information on Phase 1 and 2 engagement results and a map of the study are can be found at


Set in the centre of Alberta’s energy and agricultural heartland, Strathcona County is a thriving, successful and vibrant community of over 98,000 residents. Strathcona County is made up of the urban area of Sherwood Park and a large adjacent rural area of farms, acreages and smaller hamlets. It is home to 75 per cent of hydrocarbon processing in Western Canada. Strathcona County is a leader in environmental conservation, and 55 per cent of its land is within the UNESCO Beaver Hills Biosphere. With a focus on economic, governance, social, cultural and environmental sustainability, Strathcona County is committed to balancing the unique needs of its diverse community.


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Contact: Strathcona County Communications, 780-410-6595