Alberta Parks

Fish Creek Provincial Park - Sikome Aquatic Facility Redevelopment

Sikome Aquatic Facility Redevelopment Plan in Fish Creek Provincial Park

Alberta Parks is seeking input from the public and stakeholders on a draft redevelopment plan, vision, concept design, and programming options for the Sikome Aquatic Facility. Sikome is an artificial waterbody located within Fish Creek Provincial Park in the City of Calgary that serves as a public swimming area during the summer months. Sikome is currently open from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Monday through Sunday) in the summer months (e.g. mid-June to early September).

Visitation to Sikome has exponentially increased since it opened in the late 1970’s. There is a need to update the facility to provide a modern urban provincial park visitor experience that reflects current trends in programming, open space demands, and connects Albertans to nature.

The draft plan defines a long-term vision, programming options, and capital upgrades and amenities for Sikome. The plan was developed with the consideration of feedback provided by stakeholders and the public in Phase 1 (August 2017) of the project. The recommendations from the draft plan and other key information can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions document.

The primary objectives for the project are to:

For more information about this project please see the draft redevelopment plan, concept design, Frequently Asked Questions, and the Phase 1 Engagement “What We Heard” report.

Public Comment

The 30-day public input period is now closed. Thank you for your feedback.

What Happens After Public Comment

Alberta Parks will compile all feedback from the public and stakeholders obtained during the consultation period. A decision regarding the project will consider all feedback. A Phase 2 Engagement “What We Heard” report and the final redevelopment plan and concept design will be posted on this webpage at once a decision has been made about the project.

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Disclaimer: We thank you for providing your input. Those who submit feedback will not be contacted individually regarding their submission.

Updated: Mar 30, 2022