We are making improvements at Osler Playground.
This timeline is subject to change.
The primary scope of improvements for this project includes:
Improvements to the adjacent school grounds are also being considered. The full scope of improvements will be determined through the consultation and design development process in response to budget and site constraints, as well as functional requirements for both the park and school.
Preliminary community consultation has taken place, and the feedback that we have received will be considered in the development of concept design options for the park and adjacent school grounds.
Public consultation will continue in fall 2020 and will inform the final design that will be implemented in 2021-2022.
An online survey was launched to collect feedback about community priorities for the park and the Community Vision Maps that were created in the December 11, 2019 workshop.
Download the Visioning Survey Feedback Summary Report.
A Community Visioning Workshop was held to discuss community vision for park improvements, and develop initial ideas for park uses, activities and layout, including the adjacent school grounds.
During the Community Visioning Workshop participants worked together to determine appropriate sizes and locations for the primary features of the improvements project and other amenities they wanted to see in the future design of the park and adjacent school grounds. Six community vision maps were created.
While we aim to provide fully accessible content, there is no text alternative available for some of the content on this site. If you require alternate formats or need assistance understanding our maps, drawings, or any other content, please contact Rachel Weston at 416-392-3357 or Rachel.Weston@toronto.ca.
Suggested features in the community vision maps that are beyond the primary scope of improvements, as well as the suggested locations and sizes of amenities within the park, will require further assessment to determine their feasibility in terms of scope, budget, and site constraints. Amenities proposed within the school grounds will also require assessment in terms of their functionality for both the school and park users.