This project will help the City guide the future planning and management of outdoor sport and recreation spaces in Airdrie. Outdoor sports fields, ball diamonds, tennis and pickleball courts and outdoor rinks are included within the scope of the project.
Feedback with residents and user groups is an important aspect of the project.
Take the Resident Survey!
Please click here to complete the Resident Survey if you received a postcard in the mail with an access code.
The survey deadline has been extended until Dec. 7.
If you did not receive a postcard you can still complete the survey here.
You can also get a paper copy of the survey at the following community facilities:
• City Hall Main Reception (400 Main Street SE)
• Genesis Place Front Desk (800 East Lake Blvd NE)
Having troubles with the survey? Call 1.877.727.9204.
The Parks department oversees various areas of parks development and construction throughout the city. The majority of open space development currently taking place in Airdrie is in new subdivisions. There are also several redevelopment and enhancement projects being undertaken by the City.
The City of Airdrie Great Places Plan was first endorsed by City Council in December 2006 and has recently been updated as of March 2016. This plan provides a 10-year vision and plan for open space development in Airdrie.
Some highlights of the plan include:
- a vision and principles for park development
- city scape analysis
- a comprehensive concept of open space development
- action strategies
The City of Airdrie follows the City of Airdrie Specifications & Guidelines in conjunction with the most current edition of the City of Calgary Parks Development Guidelines and Standard Specifications. There are some variances between the City of Airdrie and City of Calgary standards,
Please note: All landscape construction must follow the approvals process as outlined in the Calgary Parks Specifications.
Airdrie is now part of “The Great Trail” (Trans Canada Trail), created by Trans Canada Trail and partners in 1992. The trail is now 24,000 kilometres of multi-use recreational trail and is the world’s longest recreational trail. When completed, the trail will stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific and to the Arctic Oceans, linking over 1,000 communities and 34 million Canadians. Millions of Canadians and international visitors are now using the Trail. Airdrie's part of the trail connects to Irricana’s road network and Rocky View County’s proposed route.
Find a treasure box in Airdrie as part of the Great Trail Treasure Hunt.
- The Great Trail route (pdf)
- Sports Field Plan FAQ (pdf)
- City of Airdrie Standard Landscape & Specifications Guidelines (pdf)
- TransCanada Trail (pdf)