Cedabrae Playground Replacement

Exciting News: Cedabrae Playground Replacement Coming This Summer!

Hello Cedabrae Community!

We have some fantastic news to share with you all. This summer, the playground located at 475 Cedarille CR. SW (CED109) will undergo a much-anticipated update. After twenty-six years of joyful play, the current playground will be replaced with a brand new, modern playground designed to provide even more fun and excitement for our children.

What to Expect

The new playground will feature state-of-the-art equipment that caters to a wide range of ages and abilities. We’ve attached an image of the proposed design so you can get a sneak peek at what’s to come. The new playground promises to enhance the play experience with more engaging and safe structures for all kids to enjoy.

Timeline and Notifications

The City of Calgary hasn’t provided an exact installation date yet. However, sandwich board signage will be placed on-site approximately two weeks before the old playground’s removal. These signs will provide updates and ensure that everyone knows about the upcoming changes.

Current Playground and Future Plans

Playground Replacement Gallery

Robert Miller

I would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the City Parks Department for their dedication and hard work. We truly appreciate the effort and resources being allocated to refresh our park in Cedabrae. We understand the immense challenge of managing and updating over 400 playgrounds at the end of their lifecycle. Your commitment to sharing limited capacity equally among communities ensures that all neighborhoods benefit from these much-needed improvements. Thank you for helping make our community a better place for our children to play and grow.

President, Cedarbrae Community League Association

Stay Tuned for More Updates

We will continue to keep the community updated as more details become available. We look forward to seeing our neighborhood kids enjoy the new playground soon!

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the City of Calgary’s Parks Department here.