Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods are great places to live and have many treasures including District Activity Parks. These parks serve several neighbourhoods in the larger area and are important for health, wellness and quality of life. They are part of a city-wide park system and support a wide variety of facilities, programs and open space activities.
Confederation Park, 11204 43 Avenue NW, is a District Activity Park located in southwest Edmonton. The City has completed a master plan to establish a long term vision for this park. The master plan and concept plan for the park was created using input and ideas gathered through public engagement. This plan will be used to shape the park’s future, taking into consideration the interests expressed by the public, use of existing amenities, new amenities and activities, operational requirements and City strategies and policies.
Thank you to those that provided feedback during the concept phase to help create the master plan. The master plan (12MB) is now complete and will be used to guide the future development of the park.
As part of the 2019-2022 Capital Budget, funds have been allocated to renew Confederation District Park. The concept plan that was created as part of the master planning process will be used as the foundation for preliminary design.
Public engagement sessions will be planned to seek the public’s input and help refine the design.
Detailed design and construction dependent on funding
Public engagement for preliminary design
- Master plan completed and preliminary design of park renewal funded
- Setting the direction: public feedback and perspectives gathered through public open house and survey
Exploration of options: development of concept ideas and options with stakeholders
Sharing ideas: survey, open house and stakeholder meetings
Open House Boards