The City of Toronto is currently undertaking a Master Plan at Eglinton Park.
The timeline is subject to change.
Eglinton Park is an existing 8.5 hectare District Park, serving active recreational uses and providing a passive green refuge for both the local Yonge-Eglinton community and the wider district. Because of its significant size and location, there are many demands on Eglinton Park. As the area continues to develop, Eglinton Park will be under increasing pressure to satisfy the needs of a diverse, growing population.
In 2018, 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. The process is currently underway.
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From June 24, 2019:
City staff have been working with the Consultant and the public to develop and present concepts, and are available to answer any project related questions.
This was held at North Toronto Memorial Community Centre.
This was held at Oriole Park Junior Public School.
This was held at Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch.