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Stony Plain

Stony Plain is named for the boulders scattered across the area as noted by Dr. James Hector, a geologist or for the Stoney Plain tribe.


Location:  Stony Plain is located in the central part of the Province on the west side of Edmonton.


Judicial District:  Edmonton Judicial District


Provincial Court Courthouse – Stony Plain


Location:  4711 44 Avenue / 47 Street

Built:  1977 – 1979

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Wayne Scott Architects Ltd.

Contractor:  Unknown


Description:  The building faces south and is a two story concrete and glass structure. The building is located on spacious landscaped grounds in the centre of Stony Plain. The first story is recessed with glass walls and entrance on the east side. On the roof is a raised centre section. The Provincial Building is located on the east side across the plaza. 


Note:  The cost of construction was $2,200,265.


See:  Within the Edmonton Judicial District is the Court of Queens Bench at Edmonton and Provincial Courthouses located at   Athabasca   /   Barrhead   /   Boyle   /   Breton   /  Drayton Valley   /   Edson   /   Evansburg     /   Fort Saskatchewan   /   Grande Cache   /   Hinton   /   Jasper  /   Leduc   /  Mayerthorpe   /  Morinville   /  St. Albert   /  Sherwood Park  /   Vegreville   /  Westlock   /   Whitecourt




Provincial Court Courthouse – Stony Plain































Photos taken 2015 and 2019