Sam Lawrence Park is a 7.53 hectare (18.6 acre) park situated at the top of the Niagara Escarpment where the Jolley Cut meets Concession Street and Upper Wellington Street. It is best known for its panoramic views of the Lower City, the Dundas Valley, and Lake Ontario.
The City is planning for future park upgrades to Sam Lawrence Park. In July 2018 Hamilton City Council approved the staff recommendation to undertake a design Master Plan. The Master Plan is an important first step in considering existing and future uses for the park.
Many of Sam Lawrence Park’s existing features are in decline due to age, weathering, slope movements and vandalism and are in need of upgrade. As such, the City has the opportunity to re-examine the park’s existing uses and re-imagine future uses, through a Master Plan process: a process that was last undertaken in 1994.
As the City and region continue to grow, this valued public space will take on more significance as a prominent city-wide park, serving local residents and those in the Hamilton region.
The outcome of the Master Plan will serve as the blueprint for future park improvements in both the short term and long term.
This web page will serve as the main portal for the community to find up-to-date information about upcoming engagement sessions, online surveys, as well as the public feedback we’ve captured so far.
If you have any questions or wish to submit a comment, please contact:
Landscape Architectural Services
Phone: 905.546.2424 ext.3662
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