The City is improving the playground in Roywood Park as part of an enhancement project to modernize the existing playground with new equipment and seating to increase accessibility!
The timeline is subject to change.
Roywood Park is a 3.3-hectare park near Victoria Park Avenue and York Mills Road. The children’s playground within the park, located near Lynedock Crescent and Roywood Drive, is being improved with the following features:
The City is proposing to replace the playground equipment in the same location while adding seating and an accessible walkway to the playground. The existing trees in the playground area will be preserved. The scope of work will not include any new water or lighting features.
The playground currently includes:
Feedback on multiple playground design and equipment options was collected in an online survey from April 14 to May 30, 2021. The design team will use this feedback to develop a single playground design. The survey received a total of 646 responses, which included feedback from 1,702 individuals.
Download the full survey summary report for more information.
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