|Spring 2018||Park opens|
|2017 - 2018||Construction|
|2015 - 2016||Consultation, design and environmental review|
|May 2015||Native Counselling Services of Alberta hosted a Grand Council Gathering for Indigenous Spiritual Leaders living in the capital region.
Manasc Issac Architects hired as prime consultant for the design phase.
|Feb 2015||Hazard material abatement, demolition of the old farm buildings, corrals, and house, and re-grading|
|Dec 2014||City Council approves $2 million in the 2015-2018 capital budget deliberations for design and construction of Kihciy Askiy Phase 1
|2009||The Whitemud Integrated Area Concept Plan is amended to include the development of the cultural site called Kihciy Askiy (Sacred Earth)|
|2006||The City receives a proposal from the Edmonton Indigenous Cultural Resource Counsel to create a permanent site for Indigenous cultural events and learning experiences for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people|
|2003||The Whitemud Integrated Area Concept Plan is developed and approved by City Council|
|1968||Fox Farms is acquired by the City of Edmonton|