Creating & Improving Parks
Active Park Projects
The City of Hamilton continually expands the park and recreation system to meet future population growth. Ongoing new park projects:
Formerly known as Stadium Precinct Park, this new park will be located on lands north of Lloyd Street and west of Gage Avenue in Ward 3. Currently in the design phase.
Clear Skies Park
A 2.7 acre neighbourhood park located at 45 Gunby Blvd in Waterdown, Ward 15. A future expansion on the lands to the North East is also planned.
The City of Hamilton is currently working to improve these parks and recreation areas:
Albion Falls South Access & Viewing Platform
An access and viewing platform that is safe and improves views to Albion Falls while balancing the need to protect the site’s natural and cultural heritage.
Alexander Park Skatepark
An ideal centralized location for a skatepark for residents from Dundas and West Hamilton.
A well-used park with aged infrastructure that requires redevelopment, including the existing skate park area.
Phase 2 of park redevelopment construction includes walkway improvements, sport field drainage and regrading.
Confederation Beach Park
Phase 2 construction is underway and includes new fieldhouse, maintenance building, naturalized playground, parking and internal pathways.
Redevelopment is part of the Gore Pedestrianization Initiative including relocating buses, Memorial Wall & Enclaves, refurbished Cenotaph.
The Gourley Park redevelopment project will involve a full replacement of park amenities.
Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds
The Renewal Plan sets out the overall plan of the park in a phased approach in coming years.
Heritage Green Sports Park
Park includes wheelchair accessible swing letting kids of all abilities play together and experience the thrill of swinging.
Mountain Drive Park
Completed Master Plan that establishes a vision for future park improvements, identifies a budget and timeline for implementation.
Response to the growing community and change of usership needs, the amenities at Roxborough Park are being revitalized and new amenities will be added.
Sam Lawrence Park
Many existing features are in decline. Re-examining park's existing uses and re-imagine future uses for this prominent city-wide park.
Identified to be in need of upgrades. Park is currently under-utilized space, opportunity to examine existing and future uses.
Valley Community Centre Park
Many of the park’s amenities are nearing the end of their life cycle and the City is creating a Master Plan to rejuvenate the park.
Valley Skate Park
A skate park is proposed to be a wheeled sport facility located within Valley Park.
The existing spray pad is nearing end of life and a sun shelter will be par of this rejuvenation work.
The City of Hamilton is currently working on these trail projects:
To redevelop an existing route that runs between Sanatorium Road & Scenic Drive along the Mountain Brow in Ward 14.
East Mountain Trail Loop
A 10 km trail loop in the Red Hill Valley along the Niagara Escarpment, Conservation Areas and Eramosa Karst lands across Wards 4, 5, 6 &9.
The City of Hamilton is currently working on creation of these cemeteries:
Completed Parks Projects
- Ancaster Community Park - Melissa Tancredi Field (2021)
- Andrew Warburton Memorial Park (2022)
- Century Street Parkette (2020)
- Cline Park (2021)
- Gage Park Pump Track (2015)
- Heritage Green Community Sports Park (2021)
- John Rebecca Park (2019)
- Kenilworth Parkette (2022)
- Meadowlands Community Park Spray Pad (2021)
- Olmsted Natural Open Space (2016)
- Spencercreek Estates Park (2022)
May 15, 2023