The Master Plan

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

Thank you to those who shared their input on the two draft concepts for the new regional park master plan. The survey is now closed.

Learn about the two draft concepts

Thank you to those that provided feedback for our two phases of engagement. Please see the What We Heard reports below:

Phase 1 Engagement - What We Heard Report (24.4 MB)

Phase 2 Engagement - What We Heard Report (8.1 MB)


Map showing location of the regional park in Strathcona County (1.3 MB)

Regional park boundary map (339.4 KB)

Learn more about the regional park

A master plan responds to community needs by engaging with the public and stakeholders throughout its development. The plan will support the County’s commitment to a regional approach to North Saskatchewan River accessibility, including the Edmonton-Strathcona County footbridge work; and to environmental stewardship, an area of focus in the Recreation and Culture Strategy.

Strathcona Regional Park backgrounder information. (12.6 MB)


Timeline Infographic

Time frame

Project Phase


Q4 2021


Literature and Policy Review

Create a Public Engagement Plan

Site Analysis

Q1 2022


Public engagement to create a vision for the Regional Park

Q2 2022

Concept Plan

Presenting the Regional Park concept plans based on the Regional Park vision and inviting feedback from the public

Q1-Q2 2023

Final Master Plan and Implementation Plan

Refine the Master Plan based on feedback from the public and create an Implementation Plan to complete the Regional Park

Community groups and organizations

Help shape the vision for a new Regional Park for all residents to enjoy for decades to come!

Community groups and organizations can subscribe to our Regional Park updates enewsletter

* Please note the above enewsletter is for community groups and organization only.

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Last updated: Monday, January 30, 2023
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