A new park is coming to 177 Caledonia Rd. The new park will provide much needed green space to better serve the community.

Project Timeline

  • 2018 to 2020: Park design and public consultation
  • 2021: Park naming and public consultation
  • 2022 to 2023: Construction

The timeline is subject to change.

A new 425 m2 (0.0425 Ha) park is being designed for the site at 177 Caledonia Road. The site is located on the east side of Caledonia Road, in the location of the former Hughes Public School.

The land is currently under private ownership and will be conveyed to the City as public parkland following the construction of the park and the development of the sub-division. The park will be constructed by the developer of the sub-division.

The proposed park will be bordered by Caledonia Road to the west, Innes Avenue to the north, and new single-family homes to the east and south. The proposed plan for the new park includes the following:

  • A new shade structure
  • Accessible pathways
  • Seat walls
  • New benches
  • Game tables
  • A playground with a climbing structure and spring toys
  • New plantings and landscaping, including trees, horticultural features and sod
The concept plan for the new park at 177 Caledonia Road includes accessible pathway connections, games tables, a small playground and new planting and landscaping, including trees, various horticulture features and sod.
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April 3, 2018

Public Meeting

A public meeting was held to provide the community with an opportunity to give feedback on the planning and programming of the new park and provide direction on the concept design. This was the first meeting where area residents were able to provide feedback on this project. The local Ward 13 Councillor was in attendance.