Wabamun Area Vision Project
The Stage 3 Wabamun Vision survey is now live! Visit www.wabamun.ca to learn more about the project, view upcoming events, and complete the survey.
Help us imagine an amazing next chapter for the Wabamun Area.
Parkland County is looking for your input to help shape a long-range vision for the Wabamun Area. This work will inform the future of the region, helping the County make consistent, coordinated decisions about planning and development. The Wabamun Area Vision process will run until March 2023.
The vision needs to be shaped by the community. The Wabamun Area community brings valuable knowledge and instinct to the process — a lived understanding of the area’s challenges and opportunities. There will be several windows for community input throughout the plan’s development.
Stage 1 of engagement took place from April 4 - May 23, 2022. Thank you to everyone who participated in our online survey! We received over 400 responses.
Stage 2 will be taking place in July 2022. Please join us for the following events:
July 8: In-person drop-in public session from 6-8 PM at Jubilee Hall
July 9: In-person drop-in public session from 2-5 PM at Jubilee Hall
July 10: Pop-up display and activities at the Farmers’ Market from 12-3 PM at the Wabamun Fire Hall
Can’t make it in person? Join us for a virtual session on July 12 from 6-8PM (register here) or complete the online survey which will run until July 31.
Wabamun Area Vision/ Stage 2 Survey
Click on link: Stage 2 Survey
In early 2022 Parkland County began project work to support future statutory amendments required as part of Wabamun’s dissolution, as well as to identify potential strategic opportunities in the Wabamun Lake Area. Parkland County has prepared a website and survey to support the ongoing engagement related to this project. Parkland County has asked us to invite our residents to complete the online survey to have your input. The survey can be accessed at www.wabamun.ca Parkland County is planning other participation opportunities throughout this project. Further information related to this project can be on their website.
We thank all residents who participate in this important survey.
Wabamun Watershed - A Plan For All Seasons
Let's Go Outdoors says:
It was an absolute pleasure to work with the fantastic volunteers at the Wabamun Lake Watershed Council. In this video, I continue my understanding of the Wabamun Lake Watershed plan and how many partners representing various levels of government and volunteers have come together to work towards a common goal. As you will see, the work required to maintain a healthy watershed is a year-round process.
Click to Watch the video from Youtube: Wabamun Watershed - A Plan For All Seasons
Let's Go Outdoors is based in Alberta, Canada. Host Michael Short runs a fully integrated media company that provides outdoor enthusiasts and conservationists with news and info about Alberta's outdoors.