We are building a new park at 100 Ranleigh Ave.

Project Timeline

  • 2018 to 2020: Design development
  • Summer to Fall 2021: Construction

The timeline is subject to change.

The goal of this project is to build a new park at 100 Ranleigh Ave.

A public meeting was held in June 2018. Feedback from this meeting and subsequent correspondence and discussions with community members and stakeholders has been incorporated into the final design for the park, which includes the following features:

  • Large open lawn area
  • Seating and gathering areas (dining table, games tables, benches and seat walls)
  • Shade structure
  • Fitness area
  • Flagstone labyrinth
  • Raised demonstration garden bed
  • Perennial, tree and shrub planting beds
  • Accessible pathway
  • Solar-powered lamp post

The new park will be constructed in 2021.

A rendering of the final park design for 100 Ranleigh Avenue. The new park will have two entrances with a concrete path that connects and forms a loop around the perimeter of the park. The north-east corner of the park will have a fitness area and solar-powered lamp post. Just beside it at the north-west corner is a flagstone labyrinth. The middle of the park is open lawn space. Along the pathway on the south-east corner are perennial planting beds and a seating area. The south-west corner has a raised garden bed. Medium-sized trees surround the park. All these areas are lettered, and described following this image.
A rendered plan of the final park design.

A – Accessible seating

B – Raised demonstration garden bed

C – Open lawn area

D – Flagstone labyrinth

E – Fitness area and solar-powered lamp post

F – Perimeter planting beds with trees and shrubs

G – Perennial planting beds

H – Seating with dining table, games tables and shade structure

While we aim to provide fully accessible content, there is no text alternative available for some of the content on this site. If you require alternate formats or need assistance understanding our maps, drawings, or any other content, please contact Rachel Weston at 416-392-3357 or Rachel.Weston@toronto.ca.

Download a printable version of the final park design.


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 during the construction of the park.

Spring 2021

Preconstruction coordination is currently underway.

Winter 2020 to 2021

The procurement of construction services is complete.

2019 to 2020

Design development and remediation planning phase.

February 2019

Final concept design was developed and shared with the public via the project webpage.

June 11, 2018

Public Meeting

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