The City of Toronto will be renovating the existing Albert Campbell Square adjacent to Scarborough Civic Centre to create an urban park space that will include a water feature, a dog-friendly area, a playground, walking paths, green areas and sitting areas for staff and the area residents’ use.

 

Proposed drawings of the space to be renovated in Albert Campbell Square park looking eastward
Proposed drawings of the space to be renovated in Albert Campbell Square park looking eastward.

 

Renovations will start September 2017 and will take approximately eight months to complete. Work will take place during regular business hours.

There may be some noise and dust disruptions throughout the project due to heavy earth-moving machinery. Steps will be taken to mitigate dust where possible and the City will ensure noise levels are within acceptable thresholds.

 

Proposed drawings of the space to be renovated in Albert Campbell Square park looking westward.
Proposed drawings of the space to be renovated in Albert Campbell Square park looking westward.

Progress Photos

Almost aerial view of the west side of Albert Campbell Square (looking towards the YMCA) before construction for the expansion
October 2017 – West side of Albert Campbell Square before construction
Almost aerial view of the west side of Albert Campbell Square (looking towards the YMCA) during construction for the expansion
November 2017 – West side of Albert Campbell Square during construction