Parks, recreation, and culture

Clinton Park

Clinton Park Concept Plan

The Vancouver Park Board is developing a park renewal plan for part of Clinton Park to refurbish the play area and other amenities near the field house. 

The plan will review the usage and condition of existing park features, and identify priorities for park improvements.

What's happening

Concept plan approved by Park Board

The draft concept plan developed in conjunction with the public consultation was presented to the Park Board Commissioners at the September 18 meeting, and received unanimous approval.

Timeline

Here is our progress and planned steps to redesign the northeast corner of the park.

  • August 2016

    Project kick-off

  • September 2016

    Open house 1 Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House

  • October 2016

    Gathering community feedback

  • February 2017

    Open house 2 Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House

  • March 2017

    Gathering community feedback

  • April 2017

    Analyze public input

  • Spring/summer 2017

    Design development

  • We are here
  • 2018

    Park renewal

Past updates

January 2017

We held an open house for the public to learn more and provide their feedback on the plan.

September 2016

We asked how you use Clinton Park, what you think works well, and what needs improvement at an open house on September 1 and in an online questionnaire from September 1 to 15. Thank you to everyone who shared their thoughts. We're summarizing the feedback we received and will provide an update soon.

Contact the project team

alexandre.man-bourdon@vancouver.ca

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