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Morinville residents and visitors benefit from a number of outdoor parks and playground areas including over 250 acres of parks and green space, playgrounds and various sized sports fields.  Parks/Playgrounds can be enjoyed in the following locations:

      • Belle Park - 9312-95 Street
      • Fish & Game Pond - 107 Avenue & 107 Street
      • George H. Primeau Middle School - 811 Grandin Drive
      • Grandin Heights Park - 300 Grandin Drive
      • Lion's Park - 104 Street & 99 Avenue
      • Morinville Public Elementary School - 10020-100A Street
      • Notre Dame Elementary School (accessible) - 9719 Morinville Drive
      • Rotary Park - 9900-99 Street
      • St. Jean Baptiste Park - 100 Avenue & 102 Street
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      • Skyline Ball Diamonds - 105 Avenue & 107 Street
      • South Glens Park - 82 Avenue & 97 Street
      • Sunnydale Park - 535 Sunnydale Road
      • Sunshine Lake Park - 563 Sunnydale Road
      • The Lakes Park - 95 Street & 106 Avenue

 Bob Foster Extreme Sport Park - 107 Avenue & 107 Street

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Bring your skate boards, bikes and almost anything with wheels to the Bob Foster Extreme Sport Park and enjoy the 13000 square feet of concrete that it has to offer. 

 

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Morinville Splash Park - 99 Avenue & 104 Street

A great place to be on a hot summer day.  Head over to the Morinville Splash Park, have some fun and cool down at the same time! The Splash Park opens on the May Long weekend and closes after the September long weekend. It is free for everyone to enjoy, and is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

 

 Off-Leash Dog Park 

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The off-leash dog park is located on the North West quadrant of Morinville, east of the Bob Foster Extreme Sport Park (skateboard park) (107 Ave & 107 Street), giving you access to/from trails as well as the conveniences of a built-in parking lot. 

The Off-Leash Dog Park includes a fence that surrounds the entire perimeter with gate access to ensure your dog is safe and runs free of any outside interferences. The added bonus to your park is that we have separated it into two sections. One side accommodates large dogs and the other side, smaller dogs. Dog agility equipment is also available for your dog to enjoy.

The Off-Leash Dog Park is open for all to use, however, may be closed from time to time to accommodate equipment and personnel.

  • Off-leash dog park report.
  • Congratulations to Monika Hayes and her beautiful dog Xavier! (pictured to the right)
    Xavier has won our off-leash dog park photo contest, and is featured on the front cover of the Off Leash Dog Park brochure!  

Download the Off Leash Dog Park Brochure here.

Parks Maintenance

The Public Works department strives to keep the community’s parks and recreational areas at their finest. Staff within this unit maintain the Town’s parks, playgrounds, trails, trees and shrubs, green spaces, sports fields, and recreational facilities. This includes planting, maintaining and watering of trees, plants, flower beds, hanging baskets and planters; mowing, trimming, weeding and landscaping parks, sports fields, repairing damaged playground or park equipment; maintaining parks; and preparing sports fields for user groups. In winter, Public Works staff ensures that snow and ice is removed from in front of Town buildings and facilities, outdoor rinks and trails in accordance with the Town's Snow and Ice Control Policy.

Playgrounds

All school and Town owned playgrounds are inspected regularly, minor repairs are (tightening/adjustments) completed immediately with work orders created for larger tasks. Required repairs are completed in a timely manner.

Trails and Sidewalks

The Public Works Department is responsible for repair and maintenance for all trails and sidewalks within the Town. This includes snow removal, mowing and repairing trip hazards.

Tree Maintenance

Crews work to ensure the Town’s parks and recreational areas are at their finest. This includes planting, pruning and removal of dead or diseased trees. It is the Town's responsibility to maintain trees located on Town boulevards. The Town conducts formal inspections of all boulevard trees, which generates a list of pruning, removal and planting.

To Report a Dead or Damaged Tree

To report a tree that is dead, damaged, broken or diseased, please contact Public Works at 780-939-2590. These requests are recorded, and will be inspected and scheduled for repair based on their level of severity.