Imagine the entire river valley linked and accessible to all as one of the largest metropolitan river valley parks in the world.

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Plan of Action Park Map

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Capital Project Map

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Visual Arts Alberta has partnered with the River Valley Alliance to showcase the Capital Region River Valley through artwork.
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Our Magic Backyard – Blog.

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Board of Directors Recruitment 2015

The River Valley Alliance is inviting Capital Region residents with a passion for the future of the North Saskatchewan River Valley to join its Board of Directors in a volunteer capacity.

Board Member Information 2015

I LOVE Our River Valley




For the Love of Winter in Edmonton!

Do you have a special event coming up and are looking for a place to host it? Edmonton Recreation and Facilities Branch has three wonderful locations available for rent including the Alfred H. Savage Centre, Rundle Family Centre and the Muttart Conservatory. Click on the poster above for more information.






Marking The Valley

Valley Vista

People’s Choice Award Winner Leanne Schnierer

The Marking the Valley Gala Event at the Kaasa Gallery was a huge success. Over 200 people including artists, River Valley Alliance staff, board and committee members as well as guests came out to view Alberta art that showcased the Capital Region River Valley.

Leanne Schnierer won the People’s Choice Award for her piece titled “Valley Vista.”

The event was a partnership between Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC and The River Valley Alliance.

River Valley Alliance is a non-profit, charitable organization established to promote, protect and enhance Alberta’s Capital Region River Valley, create one of the largest river valley parks in the world, and leave a legacy for generations to come.

“Our vision is to create a continuous world class metropolitan river valley park system from Devon through Parkland County, Leduc County, Edmonton, Strathcona County and Sturgeon County to Fort Saskatchewan.”