The City is planning improvements to Lucy Tot Lot as part of an enhancement project to modernize the existing playground with new equipment, seating, and pathways to increase accessibility!
The timeline is subject to change.
Respondents from the survey in May 2022 preferred Option B (50 per cent) with no significant colour preference. The original Option B design has been modified to incorporate community feedback to add a swing bay of a toddler swing and an accessible swing. In order to add a swing bay, stand-alone toys, the teeter totter and small climber from the original design have been removed.
The final equipment concept design includes:
From April 25 to May 23, 2022, feedback on multiple playground design options was collected in an online survey. The survey was promoted through paid social media ads, outreach to nearby schools, the local Councillor’s office, on-site signage, and on this page. The survey received a total of 128 responses.
The design team will use this feedback to refine a final design. The final design will be available on this page in summer 2022.
All three designs are accessible, have the same amount of play features and cost the same amount.
Design A includes:
Design B includes:
Design C includes:
The City conducted an online survey to gather feedback from the community on their preferences for the playground improvements. The survey was available to complete from January 5 to January 31, 2021.
Download the survey feedback summary.
Lucy Tot Lot is a small playground located at 2 Sneath Ave., near Victoria Park and Danforth Avenue in Scarborough. The current playground includes a climbing structure with a small slide, a separate structure with monkey bars and a park bench. The playground will be enhanced with the following improvements:
The final playground design will be developed through consultation with the community.
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