Andy Livingstone Park playground

Andy Livingstone Park playground renewal

The new playground in Andy Livingstone Park in Downtown opened in April 2017.

The playground accommodates a wide range of ages and abilities, as well as higher use due to a new elementary school next door. 

The playground features separate high-quality play zones that meet CSA standards, shade, comfortable seating, and overlook areas for parents and caregivers.

With the removal of the viaducts, the conversion of Carrall Street to parkland, and the North East False Creek Park pending, Andy Livingstone Park playground will be integrated in these further works.

What's happening

Log climber at Andy Livingstone ParkQuestionnaire: How should we replace the log climber?

The log climber play structure located at Carrall St and Keefer St needs to be replaced.

Take our online questionnaire and let us know what type of play element or fitness equipment you would like to see. The questionnaire is open until August 7, 2017.

Take the questionnaire

Past updates

April 2017

The new playground at Andy Livingstone Park opened.

July 2016

Park Board awarded Holland Landscapers Inc. the construction contract for the playground renewal. 

March 2016

Thank you for your feedback on the proposed concept plans for renewing the Andy Livingstone Park playground at the open house event or through the online questionnaire. 

We had 115 respondents complete our questionnaire and through the feedback gathered, we heard that a majority of people preferred Concept B. We also learned what playground features are the most important for residents and will work to incorporate as many as possible in the renewed playground.

February 2016

We held an open house on February 15 and conducted an online questionnaire from February 15 to March 1 to hear about how you use the park and what you think about the two preliminary playground concepts PDF file (11 MB). Your responses will help us develop a final concept for the renewed playground.

Contact the project team

Debra Barnes
Landscape Architect