Green Spaces

Bordered by two expansive green spaces,
protection of natural areas is important in St. Adolphe.

Eastern Edge

Whether integrating the existing agricultural landscapes and features of the St. Adolphe Coulee into the patterns of the new residential fabric, or creating new park lands from former agricultural lands, the interconnected landscapes of Tourond Creek are seen as being adaptable, welcoming spaces essential to the creation of a livable community.

Eastern Edge

Whether integrating the existing agricultural landscapes and features of the St. Adolphe Coulee into the patterns of the new residential fabric, or creating new park lands from former agricultural lands, the interconnected landscapes of Tourond Creek are seen as being adaptable, welcoming spaces essential to the creation of a livable community.

Park Design and Landscape Development

The design and development of the parks and public spaces of Tourond Creek focuses on the community’s residents. The basic freedom afforded by parks is not just the ability to occupy spaces with beauty and meaning, but to use them. The created and existing landscapes of the community prioritize safety, comfort, and resilience, with designs that offer a range of experiences matching the present and future needs and diversity of the people they serve.

Interconnected Landscapes

Whether integrating the existing agricultural landscapes and features of the St. Adolphe Coulee into the patterns of the new residential fabric, or creating new park lands from former agricultural lands, the interconnected landscapes of Tourond Creek are seen as being adaptable, welcoming spaces essential to the creation of a livable community.

Appreciating Nature

The goals behind the new park design are to provide access and equality to its residents, promote active living and healthy choices for people of all ages, and provide four-season usage in a parks system which utilizes an effective maintenance strategy and supports long term sustainability. The pleasures derived from its many uses will include picnics, team sports, morning jogs, family bike rides, and appreciating nature within the protected ecological reserve and banks of the Red River.

Programmed and un-programmed spaces include conventional playgrounds, natural playscapes, sports fields, and naturalized lakes all connected by a series of master planned trail systems. The trails also connect Tourond Creek to the existing Pioneer Hall, Arena, Curling Club, K-8 elementary school, the Crow Wing Trail, and the ecological reserve adjacent to the St. Adolphe Coulee.

Landscape Progress

View the brief video below for a flyover of the St. Adolphe Coulee creek and a glimpse of how landscape work is progressing.

Ongoing landscape work and some of the natural features Tourond Creek has to offer.

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