The Parks department strives to provide the community with beautifully landscaped and manicured parks and green spaces.
The Parks philosophy and role is to maintain public green spaces, outdoor recreational facilities and to ensure that a diverse parks system is maintained to the highest possible standard while ensuring opportunities for active and passive leisure that will enhance quality of life for individuals and the community.
The City of Airdrie Parks department offers residents 1,090 acres of maintained parkland and 101 kilometres of paved pathways within Airdrie, offering residents the opportunity to enjoy living a healthy and active lifestyle. The City also offers many cultural, outdoor recreation and natural features within the parks spaces.
The Parks department works diligently to ensure all of our areas are well maintained, washrooms are stocked and outdoor structures are clean.
However, from time-to-time there may be an area that is overlooked. If you come across a green space or park that is in need of attention, please contact the Parks department to submit a customer service request.
Although the parks and green spaces within Airdrie do not physically close, the hours of operation are from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. (as per Section 4 of the Parks Bylaw No. B-13/2009). Individuals using the pathways to travel through the park is permitted after 11 p.m., however, anyone found loitering after hours may be asked to leave the park and in certain circumstances, may be fined.
Check out the Airdrie Echo article for more information on the services that the Parks department provides to the City of Airdrie residents.
Check out Airdrie 106 Parks interview regarding interpretive signage around Airdrie.
Check out the Discover Airdrie article about Parks - May 31, 2016
Check out the Discover Airdrie article about the Trans Canada Trail - September 19, 2017
The City of Airdrie has a Memorial Program in place for individuals who are interested in purchasing a tree or bench to dedicate a loved one who has passed away.
Upon review of all Memorial applications, the Parks department will be in contact with the purchaser to discuss placement of a bench or selection of an appropriate tree depending on location.
Please also see Airdrie's tree donation process.
There is currently a pile of free bark mulch located at 15 East Lake Hill for Airdrie residents at no cost and is not intended for commercial use. Please help yourself!
Mulch created from the pruning of local trees by the City’s Parks department is being provided free of charge to Airdrie residents for residential garden use. Mulch content varies and the City of Airdrie makes no representation of the quality of the mulch, or that it is free of substances which may be toxic to plants, animals, and/or humans.
- Staff is not available to load mulch.
- Load, transport and use at your own risk.
- Wear appropriate personal protective equipment such as gloves while handling mulch.
- Parks bylaw (pdf)
- Airdrie Playground Map (pdf)
- City of Airdrie Great Places Plan 2016 (pdf)
- Memorial Policy (pdf)
- TransCanadaTrail_Ortho (pdf)
23 East Lake Hill NE
Airdrie, AB T4A 2K3