Halloween is a fun time for kids to dress-up, stay-up late and eat candy. With all of this excitement and distractions, it’s easy for a pleasantly spooky night to turn into a scary one. These quick safety tips will help ensure a safe evening of trick-or-treating in Sage Creek
Colourful foliage marks the end of gardening season which can be bittersweet. As temperatures begin to shift and sunlight conditions decline, this is the time to start planning your autumn to-do list. Doing so will ensure your plants stay healthy over the winter and into the spring. Here are some tasks to do before the ground freezes:
It only takes one trip through Sage Creek to see there is a lot of new and exciting activity taking place in the growing community. With some recent additions to the Village Centre and some new housing options becoming available, Sage Creek continues to evolve into a neighbourhood that has something for everyone. Check out some of the highlights below:
Get on the trails this summer to enjoy the natural beauty that is woven throughout Sage Creek. Trails wind along our naturalized wetlands, which provide homes for a variety of prairie wildlife while creating serene settings where residents can slow down to escape the bustle of the city.
Summer can be a smelly time of year for dog owners, especially when turds can no longer freeze into poopsicles. It’s one thing to become lenient in picking up the poop in your own backyard but imagine seeing and smelling everyone else’s dog poop when you’re out on a walk.
Public art is interwoven throughout Sage Creek to create a lasting impact to both its visitors and residents. It is used to enrich our streetscapes and is a powerful tool that can make a space exciting by creating new experiences.