Aspen Ridge is a new proposed residential neighbourhood, consisting of 639 acres, and is the next neighbourhood to be developed in the University Heights Suburban Development Area. The neighbourhood is bounded on the south by the Evergreen neighbourhood and University of Saskatchewan lands, on the northeast by the proposed Perimeter Highway route, and on the northwest by the Northeast Swale.
The neighbourhood has been designed to be walkable with amenities, transit and recreational open space in close proximity to residences. Neighbourhood elements will include a complete streets design concept for McOrmond Drive, a village square, a multi-use greenway abutting the Northeast Swale and a linear park system. The neighbourhood will accommodate a variety of housing forms, including one-unit dwellings, low density townhouses, medium density multiple-unit dwellings, and mixed use development combining residential with retail, office, and service uses. Upon completion, the neighbourhood will be home to approximately 12,956 residents.
Amendment to the Evergreen Neighbourhood Concept Plan
An amendment to the Evergreen Neighbourhood Concept Plan is proposed to accommodate changes to the District Village in the northeast corner of the neighbourhood. The changes will support the transition of McOrmond Drive to the complete streets design concept as it enters Aspen Ridge, and foster better connections between the two neighbourhoods.
Amendments to the Zoning Bylaw are also proposed in relation to this concept plan amendment.
Public Open House
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
5:00 - 8:00 PM (Come-and-Go)
Alice Turner Library (Auditorium) 110 Nelson Road
For more information, please contact:
Christine Gutmann, Senior Planner
Ph: (306) 975-2993