Airdrie enjoys approximately 140 kilometres of asphalt pathway and approximately 37 kilometres of concrete sidewalks for beautiful bike rides or walks around the city. Map out your route for a scenic tour or an alternative to driving.
Starting October 23, the pathway around the Chinook Winds storm water pond will be closed to allow construction of another storm water pond which will collect run off from the Chinook Gate and Cobblestone Creek developments. When completed, the pathway will circle the two ponds and connect with existing pathway systems.
The City of Airdrie installed 11 interpretive signs which provide information about the importance of Nose Creek to our community. The signs, placed along the pathways bordering the creek, stretch from Sierra Springs in the south to Willowbrook in the north and compliment the existing interpretive signs in the Williamstown reserve.
The signs explore:
- The history of Nose Creek
- Wildlife in the sky
- Wildlife in the water
- The riparian area
- Native vs. invasive species
- Keeping Nose Creek clean
They are a great way for everyone to learn more about the natural areas in our city.