The traffic lights at the corner of Sage Creek Boulevard and Lagimodiere are now on. The latest information we have from the City of Winnipeg is that they will be in “flash” for about a week then will enter a regular green/yellow/red cycle. The installation of the lights are a recognition on behalf of the
If you live in Sage Creek you have no doubt noticed that work has begun on adding traffic lights at the corner of Sage Creek Boulevard and Lagimodiere Boulevard. Naturally this has lead to much curiosity about when the lights might be completed and operational. The latest information we have from the City of Winnipeg
Winter is here and although that means cold days and long nights it does signal the start of snowman season. Big thanks to whoever built this little guy on the trail running along Dr. David Friesen Drive. He’s quickly become a favourite of the gang at the Qualico office building. If you’ve built a cool
Sage Creek is home to a unique natural system of Native Grasses and Stormwater Retention Wetlands. Native Plant Solutions, a division of Ducks Unlimited Canada has teamed up with Qualico Communities to raise the bar for environmental responsibility and to evolve landscaping practices in new communities. Beyond their aesthetic appeal these grasses and wetlands provide
Sage Creek continues to become more and more beautiful. The roundabout at the intersection of Boulevard des Hivernants and Edward Turner Drive is now home to a stunning new landmark! “Flight” is a 15-foot tall and 20-foot wide steel alloy sculpture of Canada Geese by renown local artist David MacNair. This is Sage Creek’s second
The City of Winnipeg has recognized the necessity for traffic signals at the intersection of Sage Creek Blvd and Lagimodiere Blvd. We understand Public Works will be presenting the case for traffic light installation to City Council in September and we expect to see installation occur shortly afterward.
Foxtail is a weed that can pose a health hazard to dogs and other animals if ingested. Heavy precipitation in the springtime, as we have seen in the last few years, has led to an increased foxtail presence in some parts of the
This week, construction will begin on the first park in Sage Creek. The park will be located in Phase 5 on Sage Creek Boulevard. It is highlighted in yellow on the map below. The first step in its creation will be to drain the land of standing water, then shape and compact it to its