Central Park is an existing park located at 171 Bay Street North, Ward 2. It is a neighbourhood park 3.25 hectares in size. Local residents can easily walk or bike to this park. Neighbourhood Parks generally have a mix of passive areas, sports facilities, informal and formal play areas, and may include natural areas.
The park is located in the Central Neighbourhood.
In 2014, the Barton-Tiffany Urban Design Study identified Central Park for redevelopment. The study aligns with the West Harbour Secondary Plan to establish a comprehensive land use plan for the West Harbour area.
Central Park offers a variety of activities for all ages.
Existing amenities include:
- accessible play structure
- ball diamond
- tennis courts
- multi-purpose court
- spray pad
- asphalt pathways
- SoBi Hub located at Bay Street North entrance
Proposed amenities include:
- soccer field
- multi-use court
- sun shelter
- splash pad
- open lawn
- sobi bike hub
- junior and senior play structures
- adult fitness equipment
- tree planting
- dog park*
- community garden*
*note: dependent on community interest and volunteers
- Functional Park design, Phase 1 - in progress (2017)
- Park Master Plan complete - July 2016
- Public Information Centre - Thursday, January 28, 2016
- Public Information Centre - Thursday, October 15, 2015
- Public Meeting - Thursday, September 24, 2015
May 2014 - Barton-Tiffany Urban Design Study
The study establishes a future vision for the Barton-Tiffany area to guide development and identify redevelopment opportunities, such as Central Park. Central Park Barton-Tiffany Urban Design Study (PDF, 3.37 MB)
October 2015 - Existing Conditions (PDF, 1.85 MB)
January 2016 - Master Plan and Phase 1 Drawing
Conceptual plans developed for the entire study area. Updates to plan will be posted on this project page.
Central Park Master Plan (PDF, 4 MB)
Central Park Master Plan Drawing Phase 1 (PDF, 704 KB)
If you have any questions or wish to submit a comment, contact:
Louise Thomassin BLA, OALA, ISA-2020A
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext 1303
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