Community is asked for input on new regional park master plan

February 14, 2022

Community is asked for input on new regional park master plan

Strathcona County is developing a park master plan for a new 290-acre regional park along the North Saskatchewan River. The park master plan will give the County direction for the next 15 years on the type of outdoor development and activities desired for the park.

Join our fun online opportunity to share your feedback, open until February 28.

Residents are invited to learn more about the new regional park and provide input into the following areas: nature, park uses, movement, learning, creativity and community.

Community groups and organizations can sign up to stay informed about the project and RSVP to attend one of two online sessions, February 23 and 24.

This past summer, 21 Indigenous communities and organizations from across Alberta participated in a series of onsite visits as part of early engagement on the site. Insights and history learned during that visit have influenced the vision for the master plan.

The plan will support the County’s commitment to a regional approach to North Saskatchewan River accessibility, including the future Edmonton-Strathcona County footbridge; and to environmental stewardship, an area of focus in the Recreation and Culture Strategy.

To participate in the online feedback, and for further information, visit or call 780-467-2211.


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Contact: Strathcona County Communications, 780-410-6595