The City is improving the playground in St. Lucie Park. These improvements are part of an ongoing city-wide program to ensure playgrounds provide safe and accessible fun for many years to come!

Project Timeline

  • April to May 2022: Community engagement (online survey)
  • May to July 2022: Detailed design
  • July to August 2022: Hire a construction team
  • Fall 2022: Construction starts
  • Winter 2022: Construction complete, playground reopens

The timeline is subject to change.

Online Survey

April 2022

An online survey will be posted on this page in April. The survey will ask for your feedback and preferences on multiple playground options. The design team will use the community feedback collected in this survey to develop a single playground design.

The results of the survey will also be posted on this page.

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St. Lucie Park is located at 3300 Weston Rd, just south of Finch Avenue and Weston Road. The playground is located in the southeast area of the park, along Weston Road.

The playground currently includes:

  • One swing set with:
    • two swings for ages two to five
    • two swings for ages five and up
  • One large standalone spiral slide
  • A combined junior and senior play structure with:
    • three climbing options
    • one junior angled slide
    • one senior double slide
  • A climbing structure with:
    • two chin-up bars
    • two overhead climbers
    • parallel bars
  • One teeter-totter
  • One imaginative play vehicle
  • Sand under all play areas

The playground and area adjacent to the playground will be redesigned using feedback from the community. The improvements are proposed to include:

  • Playground equipment for ages two to 12
  • New seating
  • Engineered wood fibre playground surfacing
  • Accessible play equipment and an accessible pathway connecting to the playground area
  • Adult outdoor fitness equipment located in the park
    Improvements will not include any new water or lighting features, and are dependent on budget.