Waskasoo Neighbourhood Plan

The goal of the neighbourhood plan is to determine a collective vision and goals for the Waskasoo neighbourhood over the next 10 to 25 years.

The City of Red Deer has completed the Waskasoo Neighborhood Plan. Two workshops and an open house were completed as part of the process.

The open house was held on September 18, 2014 at Festival Hall. The Display Boards are available for your review. 

Waskasoo Neighbourhood Plan - Open house display boards (pdf)


With historical homes, tree lined streets, a variety of public service facilities, and an abundance of green space, Waskasoo is a Red Deer gem.

Waskasoo Neighbourhood Plan

The Waskasoo Neighbourhood Plan will guide future development and redevelopment of the area over the next 10 to 25 years. The plan is divided into two parts based on their approval processes and implementation responsibility:

Part 1: Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP)

The ARP contains the statutory portion of the Waskasoo Neighbourhood Plan and The City of Red Deer is responsible to lead the implementation.

View the Waskasoo Area Redevelopment Plan (pdf)  

Part 2: Community Plan (CP)

The CP is the non-statutory portion of the Waskasoo Neighbourhood Plan that provides a planning tool to assist the community in achieving the vision created for their neighbourhood.

View the Waskasoo Community Plan (pdf)

Public Consultation

Public consultation was an important contributor in drafting this plan. The City held two workshops, an open house, and a virtual open house.

If you have any questions, contact:

Randa James
Senior Planner, City of Red Deer