Hamilton Heights Park Improvements

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The park located at 120 Evergreen Drive is getting a facelift in 2022!

With its large open space and frontage on three streets, it is a very visible hub for neighbourhood play.

The park improvement concept plan above includes some great new design features, such as a centralized activity area within the park for interactive play. By forming clusters of play zones around a central shaded seating shelter, this project will create a neighborhood social hub for families and friends to enjoy a wide range of activities!


About the park features

Some of the existing features are near the end of their useful life, other features may no longer be desirable, and some could be moved to a better location in the park. This is your opportunity to tell us if the proposed plan meets the neighbourhood’s needs.

Proposed features:

🔆 A new centralized shade shelter and playground zone next to the existing splash pad and basketball court

🌼 New picnic tables, park benches and tables to provide excellent vantages points to supervise the playground and other park activities

🚶‍♂️ New pathways to better encourage year-round access, in particular for those with mobility challenges

🏀 Upgrades to the existing basketball court which could be used as an outdoor rink during the colder months if the community continues to participate in the Community Outdoor Rink program

🌳 Preservation of green space and planting more trees


So, how can you share your feedback about this space?

  1. Review the concept plan found in the photo gallery to the right.
  2. Respond to the survey! You can register as a participant in the Let’s Chat Moncton public engagement portal. This will allow you to submit your feedback for this project, and others in the future. Registering is quick and easy - less than 2-3 minutes! (Just remember to include a space in your postal code.)
  3. Ask a question about the project in the Q&A tab below.
  4. Send us an email at letschat@moncton.ca.

Click on the Survey or Q&A tab below to get started. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. The deadline to submit feedback is noon on May 7, 2021.


HOW YOUR FEEDBACK WILL BE USED:

The results of this survey will be shared with the consultants and project team and published on this site. All responses are compiled and in a way that protects the anonymity of participants. This is meant to be a safe and respectful space to share your feedback.


QUESTIONS?

Send us an email at letschat@moncton.ca.

The park located at 120 Evergreen Drive is getting a facelift in 2022!

With its large open space and frontage on three streets, it is a very visible hub for neighbourhood play.

The park improvement concept plan above includes some great new design features, such as a centralized activity area within the park for interactive play. By forming clusters of play zones around a central shaded seating shelter, this project will create a neighborhood social hub for families and friends to enjoy a wide range of activities!


About the park features

Some of the existing features are near the end of their useful life, other features may no longer be desirable, and some could be moved to a better location in the park. This is your opportunity to tell us if the proposed plan meets the neighbourhood’s needs.

Proposed features:

🔆 A new centralized shade shelter and playground zone next to the existing splash pad and basketball court

🌼 New picnic tables, park benches and tables to provide excellent vantages points to supervise the playground and other park activities

🚶‍♂️ New pathways to better encourage year-round access, in particular for those with mobility challenges

🏀 Upgrades to the existing basketball court which could be used as an outdoor rink during the colder months if the community continues to participate in the Community Outdoor Rink program

🌳 Preservation of green space and planting more trees


So, how can you share your feedback about this space?

  1. Review the concept plan found in the photo gallery to the right.
  2. Respond to the survey! You can register as a participant in the Let’s Chat Moncton public engagement portal. This will allow you to submit your feedback for this project, and others in the future. Registering is quick and easy - less than 2-3 minutes! (Just remember to include a space in your postal code.)
  3. Ask a question about the project in the Q&A tab below.
  4. Send us an email at letschat@moncton.ca.

Click on the Survey or Q&A tab below to get started. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. The deadline to submit feedback is noon on May 7, 2021.


HOW YOUR FEEDBACK WILL BE USED:

The results of this survey will be shared with the consultants and project team and published on this site. All responses are compiled and in a way that protects the anonymity of participants. This is meant to be a safe and respectful space to share your feedback.


QUESTIONS?

Send us an email at letschat@moncton.ca.

Questions?

Thank you for your interest in the Hamilton Heights Park Improvement project!

Feel free to submit your question(s)/comment(s) here; a response will be provided either publicly or privately.

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    Not a question, but a statement. I was one of the volunteers who helped maintain the rink this winter, the amount of people using this rink over the winter and importance of keeping active during the winter, this rink needs to be a staple for this park.

    Ken shea asked 5 months ago

    Thank you for your feedback. The proposed plans include upgrades to the existing basketball court which could be used as an outdoor rink during the colder months if the community continues to participate in the Community Outdoor Rink program: https://www.moncton.ca/outdoor-skating

    Regards,
    Michelle 

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    Would like to see trees planted in the “open space”

    Ken shea asked 5 months ago

    Thank you for your suggestion. This will be included in the report for the project team's consideration. 

    Regards,
    Michelle

Page last updated: 26 April 2021, 15:13