IMPORTANT NOTE: Dates for all outdoor projects are weather dependent. For your safety and the safety of the crews working, please be patient, follow flag person directions and obey all barricades and signs in the area. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Parks and Open Spaces
Water and Wastewater
|COMPLETE||Railway St between Centre Ave and Fifth Ave|
Street and utility upgrades
Railway St W between Centre Ave and Fifth Ave is being upgraded as part of the first phase of the Tri-Site re-development which also includes the Transit Hub and Innovation Centre.Details:
|Phase 1: COMPLETE|
Future phases: 2021-2022
|Centre Ave||Council approved a schedule and estimated budget for Centre Ave corridor improvements, continuing their commitment to community connectivity and increasing traffic efficiency and capacity, particularly during peak commute times.||Roads|
|June-Dec 2020||Hwy 1A|
(between Fifth Ave and Hwy 22)
|CP Siding Extension|
UPDATED July 15, 2020
A full closure of the pathway will occur in mid-August to construct the bridge. Pathway closure mapCP is building an extension to the existing siding within their right-of-way, from beneath the Hwy 22 bridge to near Fifth Ave West, including a second bridge over Big Hill Creek. Construction is scheduled to be complete by December 31, 2020.
Please note that during construction there will be an increase to vehicular traffic, including trucks, in the area and along Hwy 1A between Hwy 22 and Cochrane’s Historic Downtown.
More: CP Rail, 1-800-766-7912 or email@example.com
|COMPLETE||Horse Creek Rd between Township Rd 262 and Heritage Blvd||A section of Horse Creek Rd is closed for work.|
The community developer is extending the road; which includes grading, as well as underground and surface utility work.
Please follow the detour signs, using alternate access along Township RD 262 and Range Rd 443.
|If you have questions, or concerns, please contact the Volker Stevin representative at 403-519-9660.|
|COMPLETE||A portion of the Highway 22 dog park||Closed due to construction in the area. Please watch for personnel and equipment, obey signage and use caution while in the area.||Parks and Open Spaces|
|Aug 2019-Aug 2020||Greystone development (former Burnco site east of River Ave, between the Bow River and Griffin Rd)||Reclamation work required to make gravel pit land fit for development (provincially regulated process).||Greystone|
|Summer 2019 (until further notice)|
|Various pathway closures due to weather impacts and erosion. Repairs being made in priority order.|
The Riverfront Park bridge will be replaced in 2020. Construction will begin mid-November, when water levels are lower. Construction will take approximately three weeks to complete. Please see map for detour.
|Parks and Open Spaces|
|COMPLETE||TC Energy pipeline|
west of Hwy 22 from north of Hwy 1A to south of the Bow River
|TC Energy pipeline work. Details and maps on the Project website.|
Impacts on off-leash parks:
|May-Aug 2020||NE of Hwy 1A/22 intersection||Historical resources investigations|
Archaeological excavations are scheduled near the Hwy 1A/22 interchange project, including archaeological hand excavations at four locations northeast of the intersection.
|Fall 2020||Griffin Road|
James Walker Trail
|Griffin Road upgrading: full road, pathway and landscape construction from Arena Road to Jack Tennant Memorial Bridge by Fall 2020.|
James Walker Trail extension
Summer 2019-Fall 2020.
Project includes: 1.5 km of new arterial roadway connection from the new bridge to Riviera Way, including three roundabouts and regional pathway connections.
|COMPLETE||Jack Tennant Memorial Bridge across the Bow River||The new bridge across the Bow River near SLS Family Sports Center. The bridge and road connections also include on-street bike lanes and a separated, parallel 3-metre wide multi-use pathway that connects with Cochrane’s existing pathway system. ||More: cochrane.ca/Bridge|
Hwy 1A/22 interchange
The 2019-21 provincial budget includes funding to begin the process for building an interchange at Highway 1A and 22. Once design and engineering are complete, construction is expected to take about two years to complete. (A more detailed project timeline will be available once the design process is complete.)