Project Update - June 2022
Rundle Park Road reconstruction will begin early July 2022. Reconstruction work will be completed in phases, with construction anticipated to be complete by fall 2022.
Construction activities include:
- All aspects of road removal and reconstruction
- Curb stop replacement
- Culvert replacement
- Improved street lighting and landscaping
Work will be completed in stages, with Phase 1 and Phase 2 occurring at the same time. Phase 3 work will follow Phase 1 completion. Access to Rundle Park Road will be maintained throughout construction with alternate access points provided.
Rundle Park was established in the early 1970s as part of the Capital City Recreation Park. The park is located on the north bank of the river in the city’s northeast and has a wide range of features and facilities for users to enjoy. Sports fields, multi-use trails, picnic sites, and a golf course to name a few. It is also home to toboggan hills and an IceWay in the winter.
Rundle Park is home to the ACT Aquatic and Recreation Centre, the Rundle Family Centre, Rundle Golf Course and maintenance yard, Edmonton’s only disc golf course, the Edmonton Wildcats Football Club and a City operations maintenance facility for River Valley Parks and Facilities.
This project will include the reconstruction of Rundle Park Road from 118 Avenue to the Disc Golf Course Parking Lot.
Construction on Family Centre Parking Lot