A new park is coming to the Lower Davenport neighbourhood! Macpherson Avenue Park will be one of the first new parks in the Green Line. Find out more about the Green Line Implementation Plan.

Project Timeline

  • 2020 to 2021: Community consultation, design development and Hydro One Approvals
  • 2022: Anticipated construction phase

The timeline is subject to change.

Macpherson Avenue Park will transform a segment of the hydro corridor running parallel to Macpherson Avenue between Davenport Road and the transformer station to the west. This park will become the eastern gateway to the Green Line.

Macpherson Avenue Park builds on the conceptual master plan design guidelines established through community consultation for the Green Line Implementation Master Plan.

June 2020

The City is currently preparing for consultations on the Concept Plan Options for Macpherson Avenue Park, anticipated for early Fall 2020. Feedback on the options will help inform the development of a Preferred Plan.

The community will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the Preferred Plan during consultations expected in late Fall 2020.

Project Renderings

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This image provides an aerial-view artist rendering of typical conceptual Macpherson Avenue Park design character and improvements. The image highlights the park space adjacent to Macpherson Avenue, and shows a gateway plaza with planting, open lawns, meadow planting, an accessible pathway, and tree planting along the street. The park is flanked on either side by Macpherson Avenue and the existing Rail Corridor. This image is conceptual.
Artist rendering of conceptual Macpherson Avenue Park design character and improvements created for the Green Line Master Plan. Located at the corner of Macpherson Avenue and Davenport. A more detailed park design will be created and presented for community feedback in 2020.