On January 20th, 2017, the NDHA was informed by KGL (the Ring Road constuction group) that removal of vegetation in the ring road corridor bordering our commmunity will commence immediately, and is scheduled to be completed by February 3rd, 2017. This largely comprises the wild aspen tree stands and other plant life in the TUC along Highway 8.
The ornamental plant material along our entrance boulevard (the Elm trees) and in the entrance median (the Schuberts and other shrubs) will be left in place until full construction begins in the spring. As well, a small section of vegetation on the east side of Discovery Ridge Boulevard (adjacent to the Phase 1 north boundary) will be left undisturbed.
For full text and map of the notification, use this link:
The hours of work to complete this task will be 8:00 am – 6:00 pm and will involve heavy equipment and an increase in truck traffic and noise. For your safety, please obey the construction signs and traffic control personnel in place to ensure things go smoothly.
If you have any questions or concerns, or would like SWCRR Updates, please contact KGL at 403-212-0565, or email them at info@SWCRRproject.com
You may also get updates from the Discovery Ridge Community Association by visiting their website (discoveryridge.com). Members of the DRCA can receive ring road and other community updates directly to their inbox.The NDHA strongly urges all residents of Discovery Ridge to purchase a $25/year annual membership to the DRCA – they are your Ring Road voice!