The City of Airdrie operates and supports a number of community partnership programs:
- Nose Creek Watershed - The Nose Creek Clean Up was an event previously organized by the Nose Creek Watershed Partnership. Recently, the Partnership has changed their focus and is no longer organizing stewardship activities.
Free wood mulch
Every spring at 15 East Lake Hill, there will be a pile of bark mulch available 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.
The City of Airdrie offers the community a bench & tree memorial program.
Upon the Parks department's approval, a bench or tree may be placed in one of Airdrie's parks, open green spaces or along a pathway in commemoration of a loved one.
For further information and pricing, see the Memorial Guidelines.
Memorial Bench (below)