Red Willow Park West Master Plan
About the Project
Red Willow Park stretches from River Lot 56 on the east to the shore lands along Big Lake on the west. In 1991, the master plan was approved by City Council for all Red Willow Park and it has been used to guide the development of the park. The City of St. Albert is undertaking an update of the 2003 Red Willow Park West Master Plan to ensure the City has a strong vision for future trail linkages and park amenities for the western portion of Red Willow Park (west of the trestle bridge)
Red Willow Park Master Plan Open Houses and Survey
The Red Willow Park Master Open House took place on February 27, 2018 and residents who attended were able to provide feedback on future planning to Red Willow Park.
This feedback will ensure the City has a strong vision for future trail linkages and park amenities for Red Willow Park along the Sturgeon River west of the trestle bridge, along the north shore of Big Lake, and along Carrot Creek.
A survey was made available online from March 1 - 15, 2018 for residents who were unable to attend the open house. Through the survey, residents were able to view the open house presentation and give feedback on the master plan update.
New concept boards for the Red Willow Park West Park Master Plan were created based on feedback from the February 27 open house and survey. Residents were invited to attend a second open house on Wednesday, June 6, 2018, where they were able to view the concept boards and give their feedback.
Last edited: July 7, 2021