Fish Creek Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Public Safety

  • Construction Advisory - Central Corridor Pathway

    Effective:  February 12, 2024   Updated:  June 4, 2024

      • Effective Date: February 12, 2024, until further notice.
      • Where: Central Corridor Pathway, Fish Creek Provincial Park
      • Why: Please be advised that arborist work, which will include hazardous tree removal and pruning in an ecologically sustainable manner, will be occurring along the 19km Central Corridor Pathway in Fish Creek Provincial Park from February to April 2024. Short-term delays to pathway users are expected as crews undertake tree removal and pruning. Flaggers will be in place to ensure that public safety is upheld. Delays will not exceed more than 15 minutes to a specific area while overhead work is occurring. We recognize delays are inconvenient, but they are necessary for public safety, and to support renovation of the Central Corridor Pathway in 2024. Please follow all signage and do not cross construction barriers.

        Facilities and services in Fish Creek Provincial Park will not be impacted. Visitors looking for pathway alternatives can call the Alberta Parks Information Line at 1-877-537-2757 or stop by the Bow Valley Ranch Visitor Centre.

        Portions of the Central Corridor Pathway known as the Rotary-Mattamy Greenway and Trans Canada Trail may experience short-term delays during this work.

        For further information about this project, please see the attached map and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

  • Construction Advisory - Stoney Trail/Highway 22X Bridge Construction

    Effective:  April 17, 2021   Updated:  June 4, 2024

      Alberta Transportation will be widening the westbound lane, replacing the eastbound lane and installing a new pedestrian bridge on Stoney Trail over the Bow River.

      Work will be ongoing until the autumn of 2024 and impacted areas will include the pathway system connecting Rotary Nature Park to McKenzie Meadows and, on the west side of the Bow River, from Sikome Aquatic Facility to Lafarge Meadows.

      Additionally, please note the current pedestrian overpass is permanently closed, to facilitate construction of a replacement.

      Detours and closures for pedestrian, cyclist and river users will be ongoing during this project. Parking at Rotary Nature Park will also be intermittently closed. Please obey all signs, closures and detours.

      More project information can be found here.

      For concerns, please contact Estella Petzold from Alberta Transportation at

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