The City is planning improvements to the playground in Tom Riley Park in order to better serve the community’s needs while also preserving the natural character and history of the surrounding park.
The timeline is subject to change.
Tom Riley Park is a 14.8-hectare park at Dundas Street West and Islington Avenue that follows Mimico Creek to Bloor Street West. The playground in the park will be enhanced as part of a state-of-good-repair project to upgrade the existing equipment.
The playground design will be developed through consultation with the community. The redesigned playground will include:
The redesign will not include the area around the playground and will not include any new water or lighting features.
This is Tom Riley Park Playground today. This picture was taken when the playground was closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
The playground at Tom Riley Park includes:
Other features near the playground include a bench and two picnic tables.
The City is conducting an online survey to gather feedback from the community on the playground’s vision and design principles. The results from the online survey will be used to inform the development of the final design for the playground.
The survey is available until August 16, 2020.
This activity book gives kids the opportunity to share their ideas for the future of Tom Riley Playground.
Submit the Activity Book by August 16, 2020.