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The Ribbon of Green Concept Plan (1990) and Master Plan (1992) provide strategic direction for Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River Valley and Ravine System.

Did You Know?

Edmonton's Ribbon of Green provides a high level of physical, biological and scenic variation that is rare in major cities of North America.

The Ribbon of Green Master Plan (1992)

Following the approval of the Ribbon of Green Concept Plan (1990) the Ribbon of Green Master Plan (1992) was completed. The Ribbon of Green Master Plan (1992) divided the River Valley and Ravine System into priority levels for planning and infrastructure and laid out a decision-making framework based on technical, policy and financial data.

View the Ribbon of Green Master Plan

The Ribbon of Green Concept Plan (1990)

The Ribbon of Green Concept Plan provided a foundation for park development within the North Saskatchewan River Valley and Ravine System.

Ribbon of Green Concept Plan: Basic Principles 

Ribbon of Green Concept Plan: Program Statement 

Ribbon of Green Concept Plan: Full Document

The Ribbon of Green will guide the conservation, preservation and use of the North Saskatchewan river valley and ravines, focusing on the southwest and northeast corners of the city.

For More Information

Geoff Smith, Urban Planning and Environment

Telephone

780-442-0705

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