Watch the Project Unfold
Want to watch the project unfold as the phases are completed? The Town will post pictures to this gallery as they come available, so check back often to see the progress of the project!
Prefer to read about what's currently going on in the project area? Check out our Project Progress page. We'll be updating current and ongoing work as it happens, so make sure you keep up-to-date!
About the Project
The Trout Pond (located at 3200 Trout Pond Avenue) and West Trail Extension project is an effort between the Town and a number of organizations to revitalize and restock the old trout pond west of Taber. The pond used to be an area where residents and visitors could enjoy the local landscape and catch a few fish. The Town of Taber decided in 2017 that this project would provide an added recreational venue to our area, where people could catch fish, use non-motorized boats on the pond, camp, and enjoy kilometers of walking trails. Therefore, the decision was made to begin construction on the project in a number of phases.
Breaking the project into phases allows the Town to make the endeavor fiscally responsible by allowing us to apply for grants that are specific to each phase.
You can find important information on this project below, and updates will be added as they come available.
Want to see the proposed design in full?
- Proposed design in full (up to Phase V)
Please note that this design is a draft only and is subject to change at any time.
A Thank You to our Partners
The Town of Taber would like to thank the following for their support and partnership with this project:
- Alberta Conservation Association
- Gouw Quality Onions
- Municipal District of Taber
- RiverRunner Recreation
- Taber Irrigation District
The Town would also like to acknowledge the generous donation from the estate of William Ferguson, a portion of which has been used in this project.