Residents enjoy a superior lifestyle

Modern recreational facilities, three school jurisdictions, a full service hospital, extensive trail system, arts and cultural amenities, a vibrant downtown core featuring a collection of 29 outdoor murals, and dedicated residents who are committed to making Stony Plain a great place to live and do business.

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The Town of Stony Plain

The Town is located in Parkland County, 17 kms west of Edmonton in central Alberta. It is a thriving community that is home to almost 16,000 people.

Key Advantages

check Stony Plain has no business tax and boasts one of the lowest property tax rates within the Capital Region.

check Stony Plain has deliberately cultivated a family friendly lifestyle and community.

check Stony Plain has all the amenities, services, features and attractions that every town needs—to attract business, investment, and great families.

check Because of its proximity to Edmonton, Stony Plain enjoys the best of both worlds: rural and cosmopolitan. The town's growth is spurred by its accessibility to major markets and its excellent transportation links.

Region Growth

The Town of Stony Plain is one of the fastest growing communities in the Alberta Capital Region.

By 2011, Stony Plain’s population had grown to 15,051, adding over 3,300 new residents between 2006 and 2011. This 21.7% increase compares to the national average growth of 5.9%.

Economic Base

The Town is home to a diverse economic base, a trade area with a population of more than 300,000 and a competitive labour force.

Interest and investment in Stony Plain continues to increase. With a strong entrepreneurial spirit and easy access to the services, supplies and infrastructure, investors know Stony Plain is a wise choice. Over 755 businesses call Stony Plain home and the Town has identified areas for commercial and industrial growth.

Stony Plain Housing Market

The Town’s population has grown by 13.75% in the last five years, and so has the demand for new housing. The general outlook for the Greater Edmonton Region suggests that its economy will face more headwinds in the short term, while foregoing any major economic downturns that might occur due to lower oil prices and the current prevailing expectations of future oil prices prior to 2016. Furthermore, population growth to the region is projected to remain comparatively strong by comparison to the rest of Alberta given its timely economic advantages that span from a number of large and recently endeavored capital construction projects that are already underway.

Community Area Plan

Genesis on the Lakes is a growing community that is being developed in multiple stages and with mixed density.

A successful Stage 1 has attracted families from across the Capital Region to estate-sized homes in this community. This creates a lifestyle image that makes more modest homes nearby more desirable, and more valuable. Stage 2 was opened in 2013.

Community Area Plan

Project Site Plan

The townhome project includes up to 94 units in two, three and four-unit clusters and is a strategic and natural progression of this community’s growth and development.

Project Site Plan