The City is replacing the concrete wading pool at Earlscourt Park with a new splash pad! The splash pad will be an inclusive park amenity that reflects the needs of the community.
The timeline is subject to change.
Earlscourt Park is a 12.6-hectare park at Caledonia Road and St. Clair Avenue West that offers a range of amenities that are widely used by the community.
The City is replacing the concrete wading pool with a new splash pad and is involving the community in the design process. The splash pad will maintain a similar footprint to the existing wading pool. The project scope includes:
A survey was conducted to gather feedback from the community on the concept plan and equipment design options developed based on feedback from the Earlscourt community. The survey closed on November 25, 2020. The survey results will be shared here in January 2021.
The City of Toronto held a public meeting to provide a project update, present concept design options and receive feedback from the Earlscourt community. A report on that meeting will be posted when it is available.
A survey was conducted to gather feedback from the community on the splash pad vision and design principles. The results from the survey will be used to inform the development of the final design. The survey closed on September 6, 2020.
Download Survey Summary Report
As part of the community engagement process, an activity book provided kids with the opportunity to share their ideas for the future of Earlscourt Splash Pad. A digital and print-friendly version of the activity book was available to submit online until September 6, 2020.
Download the survey feedback summary.
The City conducted an online public meeting to present background information about the project and gather feedback from the community to inform the final splash pad design.