We encourage Ontarians to get involved and help shape the vision for the park and trail. We are holding three public meetings and online consultations to hear your ideas and input at key stages in the design process. We will hold a fourth meeting to unveil the final design.
Photos from January 22, 2014 public meeting on the park and trail.
The first step to revitalization is a new urban park and waterfront trail.
Located along a portion of the east island, the park and trail will transform a section of Ontario Place that was previously used for staff parking and storage. The trail will link to the existing waterfront trail system. The park will be about 7.5 acres, the size of four BMO fields.
This new space will unlock a section of Toronto’s waterfront that has been gated to the public for more than 40 years.
The revitalization of Ontario Place is a large and complex project and will be completed in phases. It is our goal is to open the park and trail in 2016 to give you much-needed green space and access to the waterfront. Through public consultation and feedback, we heard that these are important to you.
We’ll only use this information to send you updates on the Ontario Place revitalization project.
Environmental assessment and public consultations
The third public consultation meeting was held on Wednesday, March 19, 2014. See the presentation materials.
The final design will be unveiled in the coming months.
March 19th presentation materials
Watch the consultation on our webcast.
January 22, 2014 materials
December 4, 2013 materials