John Hendry (Trout Lake) Park Renewal Plan

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View of Trout Lake facing north with mountains in background and sandy beach in foreground


John Hendry (Trout Lake) Park is a beloved park located on the traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səlil̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations and in East Vancouver’s Cedar Cottage neighbourhood. We are developing a long-range renewal plan for John Hendry Park that will recommend a broad range of park improvements to ensure the park remains a vibrant and well-loved community gathering space for decades to come.

Update: On May 16 2022, the Park Board unanimously approved the John Hendry Park Renewal Plan presented by staff. Download the John Hendry Park Renewal Plan and staff report (19 MB). Future updates about this project will be available on this page.



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John Hendry (Trout Lake) Park is a beloved park located on the traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səlil̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations and in East Vancouver’s Cedar Cottage neighbourhood. We are developing a long-range renewal plan for John Hendry Park that will recommend a broad range of park improvements to ensure the park remains a vibrant and well-loved community gathering space for decades to come.

Update: On May 16 2022, the Park Board unanimously approved the John Hendry Park Renewal Plan presented by staff. Download the John Hendry Park Renewal Plan and staff report (19 MB). Future updates about this project will be available on this page.



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.

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  • Phase 2 public engagement

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    The Phase 2 survey sought feedback on an updated draft park renewal plan, which the project team prepared based on the feedback received in fall 2019 during Phase 1. The second round of engagement on the John Hendry Park Renewal Plan occurred between November 22 and December 21, 2021 and included online Community Partner Briefings, a Pop-up in the Park, and a Shape Your City Online Survey. We invited all park users and stakeholders to review the information presented here to help us establish directions and investment priorities for future park development.

    A focus for this phase of engagement was sharing ten updated recommendations that were either new or had evolved significantly since the last engagement phase in late 2019 and obtaining feedback on nine of them. Participants were also invited to share their comments on any aspect of the draft Renewal Plan.

    Click here to review what we heard in the Phase 2 Engagement Summary.


  • Pop-up info session at John Hendry Park - November 27

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    Join us in John Hendry Park on Saturday, November 27th from 10:00am until 2:00pm. You can find us near the Community Centre or in the north parking lot near the off-leash dog park. Park Board staff will be present to answer questions and share information on the refined recommendations for the park renewal plan.

  • Previous engagement

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    In 2015, the draft John Hendry Park Master Plan identified seven park objectives and a number of potential recommendations. In 2019, the Park Board asked if the draft objectives were still relevant and whether any key areas were missing. To date, the engagement process has included more than 1,600 stakeholder and public interactions.

    Explore our past consultation events to find more information and reports that were developed as part of that process. Discover previous work