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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
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Mural Program Stony Plain's rich heritage is preserved through its extensive mural program. Take a tour of the magnificent artwork.
Willow Park Natural Area
Willow Park Natural Area Revitalization Project
Launched in 2010, the Willow Park Natural Area Revitalization Project was intended to enhance the area immediately east of the Willow Park sub-division in Stony Plain. As this naturalized green space is home to a wide variety of small wildlife and native vegetation, the Town designated the area as a natural urban reserve in 2009. A wide range of native grasses, trees and shrubs grow in the area, and many birds and small wildlife have returned to habitat here.
The approximately $40,000 venture involved carefully planned operational and capital treatments of the area, to preserve the biodiversity and wildlife habitat within this wildland-urban interface.
The Willow Park Natural Area was first cleared in 1982 for installation of the East Trunk Sanitary Sewer, and again – from 2001 to 2003, for development of a storm-water management pond (additional improvements were completed in 2009).
Completed in 2010, Phase I of the project included operational treatments of the area, including mechanical weed control; installation of fencing and a gate along the southern edge of the region (parallel to Highway #628); mowing the grassed pathways; and monitoring and treating native grassy areas to encourage continued growth.
Phase II, which was completed in 2011, boasts several enhancements, such as construction of approximately 150 metres of multi-purpose trails; leveling and seeding of park areas directly behind residential properties; and planting trees to increase biodiversity and provide better coverage for native bird and wildlife.
The Town of Stony Plain is committed protecting our natural resources and promoting responsible consumption patterns that encourage living within our ecological limits. Environmental Responsibility is one of the four core values of the Community Sustainability Plan, which governs how the Town of Stony Plain conducts its business.