A new park is being designed as part of the new Crosstown-Eglinton mixed-use community development. The City will be engaging local residents to determine a new site-appropriate park that meets the needs of the community.
The timeline is subject to change.
A new 3120 m2 park is being designed a the northwest corner of Eglinton Avenue and Don Mills Road. This new park (Park Block 6A) is part of the new 24-hectare Crosstown-Eglinton mixed-used community development.
The new park is in the conceptual design phase, which will be developed through consultation with the community. The proposed concept design for the new park includes:
A virtual public meeting was hosted by City staff to present the concept design for the new park, and gather feedback from the community on the design and playground equipment options.
Download the meeting presentation.
Provide your input on the early concept plan and playground equipment options for the new park through an online survey. In this survey, you’ll be able to provide feedback on the proposed concept design, playground equipment features, and provide feedback on what features and amenities you would like to see in the new park.
If you have young playground users in your home, we strongly encourage you to complete this survey together! The survey closes on February 21, 2021.
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