A new parkette is coming to 176 Broadway Ave.! The City will be engaging the community to help determine the design.
The timeline is subject to change.
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A feedback summary report for the online survey, pop-up event and virtual public meeting will be posted on this page when available.
From November 10 to November 24, 2022, an online survey was available to collect feedback on the two design options for the new parkette. The survey received 263 responses. The project team will use this feedback to help inform the development of a preferred design.
On November 17, 2022, the project team held a pop-up event on Mount Pleasant Road, south of Broadway Avenue, from 3 to 5 p.m. Approximately 35 community members provided feedback on the design options for the new parkette and learned more about the project.
On November 10, 2022, the project team shared two design options based on community comments. Feedback on these designs was collected.
An online survey was available from August 23 to September 15, 2021 to gather thoughts and ideas about the new parkette from the community. The survey received 599 responses, which included input from 1,168 participants of various ages.
The feedback from this survey will help the project team develop concept plan options, which will be shared with the community for further input.
Download the full survey summary report for more information.
We are building a new municipal parkette at 176 Broadway Ave. (formerly 174-180 Broadway Ave.), near Mount Pleasant Road and Broadway Avenue. The parkette design will be developed in consultation with the community. Budget, site limitations and operational requirements will also be considered throughout the design development process.
A visioning survey was launched in 2021 to gather preliminary thoughts and ideas about the type of features people would like to see and activities they would like to do at the new parkette.
The feedback received helped the project team to determine the primary scope of features for the parkette, which include: