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Watermark is a community that will offer a variety of housing choices and will attract a diverse population who can call this area home through various stages of their lives.​

Watermark is Lethbridge's newest community, with a focus on active and healthy lifestyles.

Located south of Copperwood and west of Varsity Village, Mountain Heights and Sunridge, Watermark is home to Senator Joyce Fairbairn Middle School. The innovative school grounds are complete with soccer fields, a baseball diamond, skateboard plaza, BMX pump track, outdoor fitness and play equipment, rock climbing structure and basketball courts. This neighbourhood will feature a network of pathways, commercial space, a mix of residential housing and a fire station scheduled to open in 2021. Watermark will develop and grow over the next 30 years, providing homes for an estimated 4,200 people.

In Watermark, the combination and integration of natural elements, people, public spaces, and amenities will set this subdivision apart and create the fabric of a distinctive place to call home.

Lot sales timing is to be determined.

School Grounds/Watermark Park

The park surrounding the new Senator Joyce Fairbairn Middle School opened fall, 2018.  The park is approximately 9 acres in size and features:

Baseball Diamond

2 U12 Soccer Fields

Basketball courts

Skateboard Plaza

BMX Pump Track

Outdoor Fitness Centre

Rock Climbing Structure

Play Structure

Outdoor Instruments

Seating Areas


150 trees to commemorate Canada 150

Watermark Park Canada 150 Urban Forest

 To commemorate Canada's 150th birthday, 150 trees were planted in the new park at Watermark and we are inviting the community to help us out with this endeavor.  Individuals, families or businesses are welcome to purchase a tree for this urban forest for $150.  The money collected from the sale of the trees will go directly to the City of Lethbridge Recreation & Culture Fee Assistance Program. A tax receipt will be issued for donations.  This program was established to help citizens who face financial barriers access recreational and cultural opportunities.  When all of the trees are sold and the park is constructed, a monument will be placed in the park naming all of the generous donors.

To find out more about this program, or to purchase a tree, visit