The City is planning improvements to Confederation Park as part of a state-of-good-repair project to upgrade the existing playground, revitalize the basketball courts and add new accessible seating and pathway options.
This timeline is subject to change.
Confederation Park is a 9.6-hectare park at Markham and Ellesmere Road. The City is proposing to upgrade the existing playground with new equipment, revitalize the basketball courts and add new accessible seating options.
There are two design options for the playground and optional fitness area improvements and two options for the basketball court improvements.
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Option 1 playground includes:
Option 2 key features:
Option 2 playground area includes:
Option 2 fitness area includes:
In both options, playground and fitness equipment will be on a woodchip-like surface (called “Engineered Wood Fibre”). This surface improves access to play equipment for kids’ youth and adults of all abilities. All playground and fitness equipment options are accessible.
The differences between Option 1 and Option 2 include:
There are two different options for the basketball area improvements:
Option 1 basketball area includes:
Option 2 basketball area includes three new asphalt basketball courts.
Fill out the online survey to share your feedback and inform the Confederation Park playground, fitness area, and basketball court improvements. The survey will be available until Sunday, September 13, 2020, at midnight.