A new basketball court is coming to Tom Riley Park as part of the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. The design will include a new full-court basketball court, seating and pathways.

  • October 2021: Hire a design team
  • June 2022: Design development
  • August 2022: Detailed design
  • September 2022: Hire a construction team
  • Fall 2022: Construction starts
  • Spring 2023: Construction complete

The timeline is subject to change.

Tom Riley Park is a 14.8-hectare park located at Dundas Street West and Islington Avenue that follows Mimico Creek to Bloor Street West. The park features a ball diamond, a multipurpose sports field, tennis courts, a playground and community garden.

As part of the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan (FMP), the City has reviewed Toronto’s existing basketball facilities to determine if improvements and/or new facilities are required in order to keep up with demand for the sport.


The new basketball court will be located north of Bloor Street and east of the existing community gardens.

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An aerial map of Tom Riley Park, showing the location of the new basketball court in red. The basketball court will be located parallel to Bloor Street, east of Aberfoyle Crescent.