The City of Grande Prairie’s Trail Rehabilitation Program is set to begin May 6.

This initiative aims to rejuvenate and enhance existing trail infrastructure across the community, demonstrating the City's dedication to improving accessibility and outdoor recreational opportunities for all residents.

As part of the 2024 program, several key sites have been identified for trail reconstruction and rehabilitation:

·West side of 102 St from 120 Ave to 124 Ave: Scheduled to begin May 6

·West side of 101 St from 111 Ave to 115 Ave: Scheduled to begin May 17

·Utility lot trail leading to Maude Clifford School: Scheduled to begin June 27

·Cyril Clarke Park in O'Brien Lake: Scheduled to begin July 5

·Muskoseepi Park trails south of Michaelis Boulevard: Scheduled to begin August 21

The trails identified will require intermittent closures as needed. Signage and alternate paths will be used where applicable. Stay tuned for updates through Service Announcements and the City’s social media pages.

"Keeping our trails safe and enjoyable is our top priority." explained Mark Hoseasson, City of Grande Prairie Capital Construction Supervisor. “We appreciate everyone's patience and cooperation as we work to make our trails better for years to come."

Scope of Work

The work consists of several key components, including:

·Comprehensive reconstruction for safe and accessible pathways.

·Revitalization for improved connectivity.

·Upgrades to enhance user experience and promote active lifestyles.

·Improved connectivity and accessibility for pedestrians.

·Safe and convenient access to amenities and destinations.

Each area will see targeted improvements to enhance safety, accessibility, and usability for residents and visitors alike.

For additional information on the Trail Rehabilitation Program, please visit or contact Access GP via phone at 311 or email at

Information provided by the City of Grande Prairie