Commuting made simple
Anthony Henday Drive is less than 5 minutes away, giving you easy access to Whitemud Drive, Highway 2 and all areas of the city.
A natural backdrop
Follow the 8.5 kilometers of trails throughout the community to explore the rugged beauty of the nearby Wedgewood Creek Ravine. Lots backing on to the ravine are also available.
Our northern utility corridor is a dedicated habitat for pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and birds.
Playgrounds for everyone
Our state-of-the-art, inclusive playground and nature playground offer play opportunities for all ages and abilities.
Get active at the Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre or play a round of golf at one of the nearby courses.
Yellow Fish Road Program
As part of the Yellow Fish community, we are dedicated to encouraging our residents to live sustainably. The Yellow Fish Community reminds our residents to be “water aware” in how they use and discard everyday water.Learn More About the Program
Become More Water Aware!
Epcor – Efficiency & Conservation
North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance
Inclusive Play Has No Limits
The Uplands East Playground offers equitable play experiences that address the needs of the whole child, the whole environment, and the whole community. Designed to reflect The 7 Principles of Inclusive Playground Design, this play space utilizes innovative elements and surfaces to encourage cooperative, social play for children and families of all abilities.
New West Side Playground Now Open!
A new playground is now open in The Uplands on the west side of 199 St. It is an accessible space that answers to children of all abilities. Kids can practice climbing, spinning, sliding, balancing, and more. Features such as a life-like tree house make this a community space that is custom to only The Uplands; a tribute to the unique beauty of the river valley natural habitat.
At Qualico Communities, we take our environmental responsibilities seriously. The Uplands features a pollinator corridor purposely designed to attract birds and pollinating insects. Its flowering shrubs and plants provide habitat for wildlife, protect water quality, and reduce the need for spraying and mowing maintenance. A nature-inspired passageway under 199 Street serves as a designated wildlife crossing.
Check out upcoming and available amenities that are right in your backyard.
Use this interactive map to view local amenities such as parks, schools, public services and shopping centres.
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