April 2017

Found 2 blog entries for April 2017.

River Heights and Riversong as are some of the newest in the Town of Cochrane, and two of the first to set foot in the annexed land on the south side of the Bow River. This beautiful neighbourhood offers Cochrane home buyers a variety of housing types, from retirement villas, acreages and modern homes constructed in the Prairie and Arts and Crafts style.

River Heights is off of Highway 22 south of Highway 1A before you head over the bridge. Bow Valley High School is in this neighbourhood. New home developers still building in the Riversong area say that spring has brought budding optimism into the community and more people are coming to look at show homes in the neighbourhood.

Tamani Communities, the developer of Riversong, was featured in a recent

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It's been 20 years since the Town of Cochrane has been lobbying the province for funding and those years of hard work have paid off.

On April 7, the provincial transport minister, Brian Mason announced the approval for the massive upgrade to the Highway 1A and Highway 22 interchange. The project is estimated to cost $40 to $50 million and should be completed at the end of the 2021 construction season.

Once completed, Highway 1A (which runs east/west) will be a four-lane twinned thoroughfare and will pass under Highway 22 (north/south) which will also be twinned. There will also be a bridge over the CPR tracks and a bridge across Big Hill Creek.

According to Mason's provincial timeline, an engineering consultant will be dispatched by the end of

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