The City is improving the splash pad in Bell Manor Park and is engaging the community to help determine the new design!  

  • February 2021: Hire a design team
  • November to December 2021: Community engagement
  • Winter 2022: Design development
  • Spring 2022: Detailed design
  • Summer 2022: Hire a construction team
  • September 2022: Construction starts
  • December 2022: Construction complete

The timeline is subject to change.

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September 2022

Construction of the new splash will begin this fall and is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.

February 2022

The final consultation for Bell Manor Park Splash Pad Improvement Project is complete. Based on the online survey feedback, the final splash pad design will include:

  • Direction jets
  • Fountain sprays
  • Frog  water feature
  • Jet stream feature
  • Leaf water feature
  • Palm tree water feature
  • Rainbow arch water feature
  • Snail water feature
  • Spidey spray
  • Sprig water feature
  • Water jelly spray
  • Wavy palm water feature
  • Bucket water feature

The final design for the splash pad is a tropical theme with several upright water features that include palm tree spray, a leaf spray, bucket dumping water feature and a rainbow arch mist feature. There are a variety of in-ground water jets with different spray effects for all ages. Several low-level sprays are provided for toddlers, including a frog spray, a rotating snail spray, water bubbler, directional spray and a spidery spray.

December 2021

Online Survey

Feedback on multiple design options for the new splash pad was collected in an online survey from November 22 to December 19, 2021. The survey received a total of 155 responses, which included feedback from 396 individuals of various ages.

Download the full survey summary report for more information.

Bell Manor Park is a small park northeast of Park Lawn Road and Berry Road in Etobicoke. The park features a splash pad and a playground. The splash pad will be redesigned using feedback from the community and is proposed to include:

  • A concrete splash pad area with separate tot/junior spray zones
  • New accessible water play equipment
  • A new accessible pathway connecting the splash pad to Bayside Lane and Bell Manor Drive
  • New seating areas, including picnic tables with umbrellas
  • New trees and plantings