Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:34 PM
The City of Burlington is renewing the park and playground at Elizabeth Gardens Parkette (5412 Croydon Rd.).
Construction began in the fall of 2021 and will continue in spring 2022.The proposed improvements include:
The completion of the construction for Elizabeth Gardens Parkette is extended to spring of 2022. Remaining work to be completed include asphalt paving and tree planting.
For safety, the playground area of the park will be closed until the asphalt paving is installed. The area of the closure will be fenced off. Thank you in advance for your cooperation during construction.
*due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the production and service delays in the construction...
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:29 PM
The City of Burlington is renewing the park and playground at Driftwood Park (3123 Driftwood Dr.) in Summer-Fall 2021. The proposed improvements include:
The completion of the construction work for Driftwood Park is extended to spring 2022. This is a result of supply chain problems and labour shortage which has caused delays in the playground and guardrail manufacturing. Driftwood Park is also in a floodplain with steep slopes and vulnerable to saturated ground conditions, thus making landscape construction very challenging and slow. Remaining work to be completed include the new playground equipment, asphalt on the...
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:23 PM
Construction: September to December 2021
The City is constructing Palmer Trail Phase 2, located east of Centennial Drive in the corridor between Heathfield Drive and Mainway. This is a multi-use recreational trail that will connect to the section previously constructed, between Upper Middle Road and Heathfield Drive.
The new trail will include:
For your safety, the area will be closed during construction.
A portion of this project is funded by the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) from the Provincial and Federal governments.About ICIP
In August 2020 the Federal Government announced adjustments to the ICIP program to help provinces and territories and ultimately municipalities to deal with the financial pressures brought on by COVID-19. This new stream of funding is designed to deliver more infrastructure projects...
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:20 PM
The City of Burlington is renewing the park and playground at Maplehurst Park (1066 Joan Dr) in Summer-Fall 2021. The proposed improvements include:
The park will remain open during construction, however, there will be some minor inconveniences experienced due to construction activity. The playground area will remain closed and fenced off with signs posted until final 3rd party safety inspection is complete. Thank you in advance for your cooperation during construction.Love My Playground! Survey – thank you for your input
In 2019, the City conducted a ‘Love My Playground’ survey...
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:11 PM
The City of Burlington is replacing a retaining wall along the west side of the LaSalle Pier. Construction is scheduled to begin in April and will take approximately 4 weeks to complete.
The work includes:
For your safety, the work area including the row of parking along the west side of the pier will be closed during construction. Fencing will be in place to secure the construction site until the work is complete.
For more information, please contact:
Ingrid VanderbrugSenior Landscape Architect, Engineering Servicesingrid.email@example.com