Collingwood Park Renewal

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Open lawn with playground in background and cherry blossom trees on the left and blue cloudy sky.


The Vancouver Park Board is currently in the planning stage for the renewal of Collingwood Park. Many of the features in the park are nearing the end of their lifespan and will need to be replaced or improved as part of the renewal. Potential features to be upgraded or replaced include the playground, sports court, wading pool, washrooms, paths, seating, and plantings.


What's happening?

Thank you for all of the feedback we have received during the first round of engagement. We are now compiling what we have heard and will post a engagement summary in July 2022. This feedback will be used to develop preliminary design concepts that will be presented to the community in the fall for review.


The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation acknowledges, with respect, that our parks are located on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

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The Vancouver Park Board is currently in the planning stage for the renewal of Collingwood Park. Many of the features in the park are nearing the end of their lifespan and will need to be replaced or improved as part of the renewal. Potential features to be upgraded or replaced include the playground, sports court, wading pool, washrooms, paths, seating, and plantings.


What's happening?

Thank you for all of the feedback we have received during the first round of engagement. We are now compiling what we have heard and will post a engagement summary in July 2022. This feedback will be used to develop preliminary design concepts that will be presented to the community in the fall for review.


The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation acknowledges, with respect, that our parks are located on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

Translations

The automatic translation tool* is available for: Traditional Chinese [繁體中文] Simplified Chinese [简体中文] Punjabi [ਪੰਜਾਬੀ], Filipino [Tagalog], Vietnamese [Tiếng Việt], French [Français], Korean [한국어], Japanese [日本語] and Spanish [Español] – please see the tool at the top-right of this page.

*Note: the translation service on our website is hosted by Google Translate. As this is a third-party service, we cannot guarantee the quality or accuracy of any translated content.

  • Why are we renewing Collingwood Park?

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    Collingwood Park is a 1.27 hectare park in the Renfrew-Collingwood neighbourhood, two blocks north of Kingway. Through the VanPlay(External link) Initiative zone assessment, this area was identified as having low amounts of park space per resident, high demand for affordable and accessible recreation, and fewer street/park trees compared to other areas in the city.

    Many of the features in the park are nearing the end of their lifespan and will need to be replaced or improved as part of the renovation, in order to support a vibrant and growing community. Features to be upgraded or replaced include the playground, sports court, wading pool, pathways, field drainage and planting.

    Key existing features and infrastructure in the park that are well loved and used by park users:
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  • Collingwood Park Information

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    The park is located at 5275 Street, two blocks north of Kingsway and two blocks east of Joyce Street.

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Page last updated: 27 Jun 2022, 04:24 PM