Beare Hill Park Project
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Plans are underway to transform the Beare Road Landfill site into Beare Hill Park. The Park will be surrounded by the proposed Rouge National Urban Park and together they will provide a seamless park-visiting experience.
The Beare Road Landfill was operational until 1983 and is still managed by the City Solid Waste Management Division as a closed landfill. Since then, natural regeneration and volunteer tree planting have created natural areas with forest, meadow and wetland habitats used by wildlife including species at risk. With its natural areas, capacity for a host of different recreational trails, and the spectacular view from the top of the hill, the landfill site has great potential as a park destination.
The Beare Road Landfill Park Master Plan will provide a framework to guide decision making for the design and management of the proposed park. The master plan will address opportunities for access, education and passive and active recreational use in consultation with the community and stakeholders.