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Ward 1 Parks Project: 12 Mile Coulee Natural Environment Park

January 2016 Update - The Trail Assessment Report is currently under review.

12 Mile Coulee Natural Environment Park lies south of Crowchild Trail and immediately west of Stoney Trail. The park has been identified as a City historic resource due to archaeological findings that indicate that the areas have been extensively used by native tribes over the last seven to eight thousand years. Parks will be managing ongoing projects throughout the park to restore habitat, better understand wildlife and ensure a safe visitor experience. This will include public engagement and examining how the park pathways will integrate with the Rotary Mattamy Greenway regional pathway, as well as an assessment of current trail network and the development of an overall management plan.​

Categories: Councillor; Parks; Ward update


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