WE’RE HERE FOR YOU…
BE HERE FOR US!
Stony Plain Road has seen its share of challenges over the last few years. During the pandemic, this neighbourhood rallied to support the businesses — and the PEOPLE — that have made a special place for themselves in this community.
The challenges aren’t over yet. This is a transformative time for Stony Plain Road. The expansion of the Valley Line West LRT line brings tremendous potential: our humble corridor will become a vibrant, accessible, walkable shopping, dining, and business destination for local residents and visitors alike.
But it’s going to take some time to get there. During LRT construction, our businesses need your support. It’s time to RALLY FOR THE ROAD!
This site is your all-in-one stop for progress updates, plus ways you can show your support for the people and places you love that have been there to serve us for years — and make sure they’re around to contribute to our community’s bright future!
“WE GOTTA SHARE THIS” With a passion for all things tabletop gaming, Jodene & Michael Davidson had envisioned a space for role playing games (RPG’s) to call home for some time. COVID-19 actually helped move that vision along – A Dungeon Master himself (the individual who narrates the games plot and outcomes in real-time), Michael…Read More
See what Stony Plain Road has to offer with our 2023 Holiday Gift Guide! Whether you’re a hobbyist, a foodie, a project maker, health conscious, or a style and beauty guru, there is something for everyone along Stony Plain Road! Check out our themed shopping ideas for friends and family, shop local, and feel good…Read More
IMPORTING CULTURAL FLAVOURS Hifa speaks with passion when describing the genesis of El Corazon. She and business partner Percy founded 10 Hospitality Group, with the goal of opening 10 unique dining locations across Edmonton by 2027. El Corazon is the first. Meaning “The Heart”, it’s Latin theme offers energy, vibrancy, and an escape from the…Read More
Marigold Infrastructure Partners has provided an update of the scope of work for several key areas and intersections. Read on for a summary of construction work planned between 129th Street and 156th Street. Remember, you can sign up for email updates with Marigold Infrastructure Partners! Stony Plain Road Bridge Work will continue over the…Read More
ONE SHOP, ONE STOP! Walking in to One Stop Biker Shop, you quickly recognize the scale of the location and the light that the numerous custom-built skylights peppered throughout the building bring in. This bright and inviting store is not only your biker headquarters for gear, but also cowboy and western wear, leading in brands…Read More
From Waiter to Owner “In 2010 I was tired of being a waiter,” says Simon at Cafe Rista. “My wife and I both had the opportunity to go it alone – we happened to find a good spot underserved for something like a cafe. We also knew the owner of the location, which helped alert…Read More
Keeping it real Since 1998, Noni has been at the helm of Ritualistics. “I personally try to honour the human body and experience, treating it as a temple”, says Noni. “Many tattoo and piercing shops (and their customers) are focused on price and time, getting people in and out. I strive to inform and educate…Read More
Passing Into The Right Hands Marian Switzer started at The Gilded Rabbit Art and Framing when it was “Colours Art and Framing” in 2005. When the owners retired in 2018, they asked if she was interested in buying the business that she knew so well. This did not come without some challenges: The same year…Read More
Everything Came Together For Nadia and her husband Vincent, Ch. Cafeteria just seemed to fall into place. Having worked with chocolate for years in her home country of Mexico, they wanted to share the specific brands and sources of chocolate they had found, finding coffee the perfect pairing. Upon coming to Edmonton, Nadia noticed the…Read More
Construction has begun on the replacement MacKinnon Ravine Pedestrian Bridge, located across from 148 Street, connecting Stony Plain Road to Summit Drive. The bridge is a great resource that connects our neighbourhood directly to Edmonton’s beautiful River Valley Trail system. The bridge has been closed since late 2021, and demolition occurred in early 2022. The…Read More
Stony Plain Road is no stranger to change. We used to be the main street of our own municipality, Jasper Place. A centre of rapid community growth and entrepreneurial spirit for decades, the place quickly grew from hamlet to village to town. 2024 is the 60th anniversary of Jasper Place’s amalgamation with the City of Edmonton.
Though not without its challenges, Valley Line West expansion also presents an opportunity for Stony Plain Road to re-embrace its roots as a lively, walkable destination for people to shop, dine, work and play.