A new park is proposed for 100 Ranleigh Avenue. Detailed design for the park is now underway. Updates will be posted here, or you can subscribe to receive email updates below.

Ranliegh Park concept plan showing the location of the various amenities.
Ranleigh Park concept plan drawing

The proposed new park is currently in the design phase. A public meeting was held in June 2018. Feedback from this meeting and subsequent correspondence and discussions with community members and other stakeholders has been incorporated into the final concept plan for the park.

Proposed Park amenities include:

  • large open lawn area
  • Seating and gathering areas (dining table, games tables, benches and seatwalls)
  • shade structure
  • Adult Fitness equipment
  • Labyrinth
  • Demonstration garden beds
  • Perennial planting beds
  • Pathway

The site requires environmental remediation to remove contaminated soil related to rubble from the demolished church that was formerly located on the site. This will take place prior to construction of the park.

Design will continue through 2019.

Environmental Remediation is anticipated to begin in 2019.

Park Construction is anticipated to begin in 2020.

Public Meeting – June 11, 2018

The public was presented with three early concept designs on June 11, 2018.  Comments are being integrated into next steps of the design.


Do you want to provide feedback on the new park? Please contact Ruthanne Henry with input into the design of the park.

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 New Park at 100 Ranleigh Ave.

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