The City is improving Anniversary Park with the help of community feedback! The proposed improvements may include additional seating, water bottle filler, and new plantings.

  • Winter 2023: Hire a design team
  • Spring 2023: Community engagement
  • Spring to Fall 2023: Design development
  • Fall 2023: Detailed design
  • Winter 2023: Hire a construction team
  • Spring 2024: Construction starts
  • Winter 2024: Construction complete

The timeline is subject to change.

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During this phase of the community engagement process, the City will work with residents and stakeholders to define a renewed overall vision for the park, including a series of Design Principles which will guide the development of design options in Phase 2.

Anticipated Community Engagement Activities in this phase:

  • Stakeholder Workshop
  • Online Survey
  • In-Person Community Pop-Up

Anticipated outcomes:

  • Draft Vision Statement
  • Design Principles

During this phase of the community engagement process, the City and its design consultant will work off the outcomes of Phase 1 to develop two to three design options (called concept options) for the park improvements. These will be presented to the community for feedback, with the input collected used to develop a preferred design for the park.

Community Engagement Activities anticipated in this phase will be shared at a later date.

The anticipated phase outcome includes the selection of a preferred design option.

During this phase of the community engagement process, the City will share the preferred design option to the community. Once the preferred design is confirmed, the project will move into the detail design phase, where the design team will finalize the preferred design by working through the technical details and developing detailed plans and drawings to be used by the construction contractor.

Community Engagement Activities anticipated in this phase will be shared at a later date.

The anticipated phase outcome is the refined preferred design.