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Playground Replacements

Playground Lifecycle Program

The City of St. Albert has a Playground Lifecycle Renewal Program which administers the planned replacement of City Playgrounds that have reached or are nearing the end of their asset lifecycle. 

There are currently 59 City-owned playgrounds across St. Albert which are included in this program. Replacement of City Playgrounds are planned holistically in conjunction with neighborhood demographics, equitable neighborhood distribution, annual site assessments and the aid of a playground assessment tool which tracks and monitors various asset lifecycle elements.

Collectively, this information is tracked and reviewed annually to establish a suggested rank order prioritization schedule which is then used to help determine the final list of approved playground replacement projects for the upcoming year.

In 2019, the following City playgrounds will be replaced:

  • Flagstone Park - 51 Flagstone Crescent. Closed July 2-August 15. Please use the closest playgrounds at Forest Park and Poplar Park during construction.
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  • Balmoral Park - 2 Balmoral Drive. Closed July 2-August 15. Please use the closest playgrounds at Lions Park and Sir Alexander Mackenzie School during construction.
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  • Liberton Park - 19 Langholm Drive. Closed July 2-August 15. Please use the closest playgrounds at Ronald Harvey Elementary School and Bertha Kennedy Catholic Community School during construction.
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Timeline

June - August 30, 2019. Please note, that each playground will be closed to the public during the construction phase.

iNTERACTIVE MAP

Check out the City’s interactive Construction Projects Map that outlines the construction projects planned for this year!

Launch the Map 

For more information, please contact:

Construction Help Desk
780-459-1762
Construction@stalbert.ca

Last edited: July 19, 2019

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