Kin Canyon Concept Plan

  • Mar. 28, 2012 3:21 p.m.

Residents are encouraged to attend a drop in information session on March 29th to review and comment on proposed changes to the Kin Canyon Concept Plan. 

The information session will take place from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. at École La Prairie – (4810 35 St.).
Representatives from the City of Red Deer will be on hand to receive residents’ feedback and to answer any questions residents may have regarding the proposed changes to the Kin Canyon Concept Plan.

The Greater North Francophone Education Region No. 2 has submitted a request to construct a new K-12 francophone school on their school site, directly south of the current École La Prairie. It is not possible to accommodate all amenities within the current school site, which means changes must be made to the Kin Canyon Concept Plan.

The Kin Canyon Concept Plan is a planning tool that guides the City’s future development of the Kin Canyon park area.

Proposed changes to the Kin Canyon Concept Plan Upper Park Site primarily include reconfiguration of ice rinks, school parking shared with future community centre and future spray park parking and relocating the current playground to another location within the site.

The future spray park and community centre in the Kin Canyon Concept Plan will not be impacted by the proposed changes to the concept plan.

For more information, or to register for this service, please phone 403-309-8400.

– Fawcett

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