Eastview Park Improvements

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback regarding the suggested park improvements in Eastview Park. Parks staff will now implement some park improvements based on the feedback received. Park visitors will notice some changes. New signs and new bear proof waste receptacles have been installed in the park, the bench has been relocated along with some of the disc golf baskets.

Check back for more information on a community planting event in the spring.

February 2018 Update

Based on the feedback received from the community Parks staff are implementing the following improvements:

  1. A new wooden washroom surround was installed in December. This was in response to feedback received at the open house and online survey.

  2. Relocation of disc golf baskets #1, #2, and #9. New locations for these baskets were coordinated with the local disc golf community.

  3. Once the disc golf baskets are relocated we can prepare for replanting in that area to restore the native forest understory and improve habitat. This planting will be protected by a temporary fence to help with plant establishment. We are planning a community planting event in the spring to help with this initiative.

  4. The addition of new bear-proof waste and recycling receptacles were requested at the open house, including a dedicated container for dog waste. We are waiting for good weather to construct the concrete pads to go under the new receptacles. 

  5. The existing bench has been relocated, as supported by public feedback.

  6. We have new park signage and that has been updated based on the public feedback received. The new signage includes park etiquette to facilitate shared use, rules for disc golf, including hours of play from 9am to dusk, park regulations and to raise park visitor awareness to flying discs. All new signs have now been installed.       


Open House & Survey Feedback 

Review Open House Boards here.
See Survey Feedback Results

Contact Info

Engineering, Parks and Environment Department
Phone: 604-983-7333
Email: eng@cnv.org

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