Planning for What Happens Next
in the Sturgeon Valley
The Sturgeon Valley is home to more than 4,300 people. With nearly 90% of its residential lots already developed and surrounded by the growing cities of St. Albert and Edmonton, as well as the Canadian Forces Base Edmonton, this unique and important part of Sturgeon County requires a new plan to responsibly guide its growth into the future.
Developing the Sturgeon Valley Our Own Way
Recognizing the growth and changing dynamics in the region, Sturgeon County has been working with our regional partners to create a vision that complements the unique needs of Valley residents. Our goal is to create a plan that balances affordability, existing development, and new opportunities.
A Responsible Way Forward
Developing our Sturgeon Valley must be done in an economically and environmentally responsible way, while maintaining what’s most important to the residents who currently live here. To do this, we will be championing both existing natural features and new, innovative design techniques, mindful of the compatibility of uses, the existing community and future opportunity.
Planning Today for Tomorrow’s Valley
Building on from previous foundations, now is the time for Sturgeon County to develop a clear planning pathway for future developments in and around the Sturgeon Valley. We need to hear your thoughts, concerns, and ideas for your vision to help us shape Our Future Valley.
Let’s Do This ... Together
Once new plans are created, the changes will not happen overnight but their impact will influence generations to come.