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Trees at Queen Elizabeth Park

The Queen Elizabeth Park Master Plan was approved by City Council on August 28, 2013, and will serve to guide phased development of the park over the next 10 years.​ Implementation of the plan will enhance opportunities to enjoy this central river valley park, with a blend of spaces for active and passive use. 

Improvements in the upper park include the ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞ Indigenous Art Park, upgraded or new lookouts along Saskatchewan Drive, a new shade shelter and picnic tables, and development of a new accessible trail into the park from Saskatchewan Drive.​

​Improvements in the lower park include a bike skills park, steps down to the river, an all-season washroom building, new trail connections, upgraded picnic and play areas, interpretive elements, a toboggan hill and additional space for a permanent and transitory public art. ​The plan also includes a new pedestrian overpass to connect the upper and lower parks.​

Queen Elizabeth Park Master Plan

Sec 1-3: Intro, Inventory, Public Consultation #1

Sec 4-6: Preliminary Concepts, Public Consultation #2

Sec 7: Park Master Plan

Sec 8: Public Consultation #3

Sec 9: Implementation

Appendices

 

Current Activity

For more information about phased implementation of the plan please see Current Projects.

For More Information

Open Space Planning and Design

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10111-104 Avenue NW Edmonton
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Telephone

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

Email openspaceplanninganddesign@edmonton.ca

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