Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:08 PM
Colin Alton Parkette, in Alton West Village, is now open!
Construction started in October 2020 and was complete in June 2021.
Colin Alton Parkette includes:
Playground Equipment Drawings
Fitness Equipment Drawings
Park DrawingLiving Lab
The City has partnered with Vineland Research and Innovation Centre to turn Colin Alton Parkette into a living science lab! Shrub beds and tree planting pits will receive two different soil preparation treatments. The health of the trees and shrubs in the park will be monitored over time so that comparisons between soil preparation types and plant success can...
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:04 PM
Update, Jan. 13, 2022:
Construction at Champlain Park has experienced significant delays and we thank you for your patience.
At this time, the entire park is still closed. Specific areas of the park will be open to the public in the coming weeks. We expect that the playground and pathways will be open for use in February 2022. The baseball diamond will remain closed until at least August 2022.
Work on the ball diamond, additional asphalt, and sodding and seeding will start in Spring 2022 when weather allows.The City of Burlington is renewing Champlain Park. Proposed Improvements
This project includes:
In 2020 the old swings were removed from Champlain Park because of a safety issue.What to Expect During Construction
Your safety during construction is our priority.
Champlain Park will be closed during construction. Construction fence will be in...
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:01 PM
City Hall Modernization Project
Work to renovate the main floor of City Hall is complete. The new open space provides easy access to customer service counters for Service Burlington and Building, Renovating and Licensing, as of July 11, 2013.
The City Hall Modernization Project is one of 22 recommendations from the Red Tape Red Carpet Task Force report, and was approved by City Council in September 2019. In keeping with the City’s focus on customer experience, this project will create a more open, customer-facing area on the first floor of City Hall.
Read report EICS-05-21 to learn more about the project.
Features of the main floor design include:
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 11:58 AM
City View Park Pavilion is now complete Public art
The link below provides information on the selection process and the artwork that is included as part of this project.
Burlington Public Art - City View Park PavillionCity View Park information
Since approval of the park Master Plan, phased implementation of City View Park (2500 Kerns Rd. Burlington) has occurred including three artificial turf fields, creative playground, parking, pond/wetland, trails, natural restoration and a park maintenance facility.
The year-round building will support existing and future planned uses in the park.
It is a key feature for Bruce Trail hikers to meet or continue their adventure and a significant milestone towards the completion of the City View Park Master Plan.
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 11:55 AM
The City of Burlington is building an addition to the new playground at Central Park (2299 New St.) in Spring-Summer 2022.
The proposed improvements include:
The park playground (behind library) will remain open during construction, however, there will be some minor disruptions due to construction activity. The new accessible swing area will be closed and fenced off with signs posted until final safety inspection is complete. Thank you in advance for your cooperation during construction.
(colours may vary)Next Steps
Burlington City Council approval of 2022 capital budget
Dec. 15, 2021
Tender for a construction contractor
April - May 2022
Completion of construction
*due to the COVID-19...