Bringing together residential, recreation, and retail, Stewart Creek expands Rocky Mountain living.

Spanning almost 65 hectares of land, Stewart Creek blends low-, medium-, and high-density housing to create a diverse neighbourhood. The community design encourages walking, cycling, and other modes of sustainable mobility to the town’s centre.

Integrated with a variety of housing styles, recreation and retail amenities are available in close proximity to residents, allowing greater accessibility and ease in exploring their community.

The Stewart Creek Area Structure Plan (ASP) was approved in 2004, and since then, development has progressed to Phase 3.

On June 13, 2022, the Town of Canmore Council applied to the Provincial Court of Appeal for a leave to appeal the LPRT decision. On October 25, 2022, the Town was granted a leave to appeal the decision. On April 3, 2023, the Court of Appeal heard the Town of Canmore’s appeal of the Land and Property Rights Tribunal decision. On October 3, 2023, the Alberta Court of Appeal announced its decision on Canmore (Town of) v Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Ltd., in which the Court upheld the May 2022 decisions of the Land and Property Rights Tribunal (LPRT), and dismissed the Town of Canmore’s appeal. More information on this decision can be found here.

Where is Stewart Creek ?
The original Stewart Creek Area Structure Plan (ASP) area is located within the east side of the Town of Canmore on the westerly portion of the Three Sisters Mountain Village land. The Stewart Creek ASP was approved in 2004. Stewart Creek has been developed in a series of three phases. Phases 1 and 2 are complete and Phase 3 is currently under development.