Moodyville Park

Park is Open but Work Continues

Thanks to all the community members and City Park Stewards who helped plant over 800 native plants and trees in the park in 2019! The new pump track and most of the playspace at Moodyville Park is now open for fun.

Please note: the park is still under construction. Work continues to complete the washrooms, picnic shelter and install bike racks, waste receptacles and signs. The goal is to have the park complete in the Spring of 2020.

Reminder: Moodyville area is a busy construction area and there may be road closures or construction equipment periodically around (or in) the park. 

Moodyville Park Planting Event 

 

There are big changes happening in the Moodyville neighbourhood! City Council has approved a Master Park Plan that will guide the future enhancement of Moodyville Park and construction will be underway in 2019.

Concept Design

 

View concept design PDF


What is a Master Park Plan?

The Moodyville Park Master Plan provides a framework for guiding the future expansion, enhancement and management decisions for the park. Rather than creating specific and detailed designs, the plan focuses on the context of the park within the City and the immediate community, including ideas for park expansion, activity programming, park facilities, and enhancement of natural areas. As well, the plan examines how the park will contribute to the City’s overall greenway system connectivity.

Moodyville Park Plan
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To create this master plan, the City solicited feedback from the public:


  • Moodyville Park Master Plan Task Force:

    Council appointed a seven-member community task force that met throughout the year. Their mandate was to assist City Staff with creating a new vision for Moodyville Park that supports the parks and outdoor recreational needs of the Lower Lonsdale and Moodyville community. See more about the Task Force here.
  • Community Stakeholder Workshops:

    City Staff organized Stakeholder Workshops that involved various members from the community. The stakeholder group’s role is to listen to and understand feedback received from the Task Force and at the Open Houses. Some stakeholders may have had specific perspectives that provided information for the plan, while others may have had a more general viewpoint to contribute to the park plan. They participated in a hands-on, collaborative workshop to further explore aspirations and program options.

  • Public Open Houses

    Open House #2: March 8, 2017


    Open House #1: November 9, 2016

 




Contact Info

Adam Vasilevich
Parks and Greenways Planner
Phone: 604-982-3976
Email: avasilevich@cnv.org

Mike Hunter
Manager, Parks and Environment
Phone: 604-983-7335
Email: mhunter@cnv.org

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