Management plans, master plans and other strategies under development for specific parks and recreation facilities.

Centennial Park Master Plan Review

The City of Toronto is reviewing the 2008 Centennial Park Master Plan. The scope of work includes a communication plan, background review, concept design and a Master Plan update. Visit Centennial Park Master Plan Review.

City-Wide Study of Existing Dog Off-Leash Areas

A study is being conducted to find out how the City’s existing Dog Off-Leash Areas (OLAs) can be improved to accommodate an increasing human and dog population. Visit City-Wide Study of Existing Dog Off-Leash Areas.

Edwards Gardens and Toronto Botanical Garden Master Plan

The Master Plan and Management Plan study completed in Spring 2018 outlines long-term improvements for the gardens to elevate them to the level of other globally acclaimed gardens and cultural attractions in an ecologically and fiscally sustainable way. Visit Edwards Gardens & Toronto Botanical Garden Master Plan.

Eglinton Park Master Plan

The City of Toronto requested the services of a professional design consultant to develop a work with various internal stakeholders, user groups and the public to develop a Master Plan which will inform the programming and development of Eglinton Park. Visit Eglinton Park Master Plan.

Green Line Implementation Plan

The Hydro corridor that runs from Davenport and Macpherson Ave west and northwest towards Earlscourt Park presents a rare opportunity to create a linear open space amenity within a rapidly intensifying city. Visit Green Line Implementation Plan.

Guild Park and Gardens Management Plan

The City has initiated a long-term plan for future park uses, trails, horticultural elements and preservation of the natural and cultural heritage features. Visit Guild Park and Gardens Management Plan.

Humber Bay Park Master Plan

A Master Plan for Humber Bay Park was launched in January 2016 to guide future park revitalization, establish priorities, inform the budget and decision making relating to this important Waterfront Park. Visit Humber Bay Park Master Plan.

Lambton Woods Concept Trail Plan

The City of Toronto developed a Concept Trail Plan for Lambton Woods, a 21.6 hectare Environmentally Significant Area (ESA) located on the west side of the Humber River between James Gardens and Lambton Park. Visit Lambton Woods Concept Trail Plan.

Taylor Massey Creek Park Planning

The Taylor Creek Park Management Plan will identify management initiatives to address park-scale concerns regarding erosion, watercourse, landfills, vegetation, trails and signage. The Taylor Creek Sub-Watershed Master Plan is a sub-watershed scale plan for the improvement, management, maintenance and public use of the parkland along Taylor Massey Creek. Visit Taylor Massey Creek Park Planning.