Sundial: 1067
State/Province:  Alberta Country:  Canada
Dial Type:  Horizontal Dial Condition:  Excellent
  Latitude and Longitude: 54° 24.533 N  113° 348.867’ W
  • The sundial is the centerpiece of a park in the Chappelle Gardens neighborhood.

    It can be accessed by vehicle from the north on Coughlan Lane SW or from the south on Challand Lane SW. It can also be accessed from the east and west on foot via a greenway that extends from Chappelle Boulevard SW to Coughlan Green SW.
  • This horizontal sundial has a steel gnomon and extended rod to cast shadows onto a large, circular dial plaza 18m in diameter. The plaza has inlaid bronze cardinal markers, hour line separations in the concrete, and bronze inlaid Roman numerals from 5AM to 10PM. Wild roses, the official flower of Alberta, are planted in the center of the plaza surrounding the gnomon. The gnomon itself is 5.85m long
General Information:Inscription:
  • Owner: Chappelle Gardens Residents Association
  • The east side of the gnomon features a raised map of Edmonton, with the North Saskatchewan River and its tributary creeks highlighted in blue. The west side of the gnomon features the logo for the Chappelle Gardens neighborhood.
  • Designer: Kelty Germain, Eric Decorby, Ryan Webb (Stantec Consulting)
  • Builder: Brookfield Residential
  • Construction Date: June 2022

Last Revised: 2022-07-30 16:30