The City is studying the parks and outdoor spaces in and around the Kennedy Park and Ionview neighbourhoods to identify opportunities for improvement. These improvements could include upgrades to existing parks, new parks, and better access and connections to parks and public spaces. The findings of this study will guide short and long-term improvements to the local park system.

Fall 2022: Community engagement

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In 2019, City Council adopted the Parkland Strategy, which identified the Kennedy Park and Ionview neighbourhoods in Scarborough as a priority area for parks planning and acquisitions. As a next step, a parkland study will be conducted to investigate opportunities to improve the local parks system. The findings will be developed into a Parks Plan, which will be used as a roadmap to inform decision-making and budget allocation for years to come.

Study Area

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Map illustrating the boundaries of the Kennedy Park-Ionview study area in the Scarborough district. The study area is bounded by Birchmount Rd (to the west), the Hydro Corridor and West Highland Creek (to the north), McCowan Rd (to the east), and St. Clair Ave E (to the south).