Renfrew Ravine and Renfrew Community Parks Master Plan implementation
The Vancouver Park Board is reviewing the 2013 Master Plan to identify features to implement in the first phase of renewing Renfrew Ravine Park and Renfrew Community Park.
The Master Plan considered opportunities to:
- Increase recreational and educational opportunities for the public
- Preserve and enhance the ecology of the parks, ravine, and Still Creek
Still Creek is the longest remaining visible creek in Vancouver and part of a larger City of Vancouver rehabilitation project. Nearly 1 km of Still Creek is visible through both parks.
Renfrew Ravine Park is the only park in Vancouver with a creek in a natural ravine. The park is 6 hectares and located north of the 29th Avenue Skytrain Station and south of East 22nd Avenue.
The neighbouring Renfrew Community Park is 5 hectares and home to Renfrew Community Centre and Renfrew Branch of the Vancouver Public Library.