People walking and cycling in John Hendry Park

John Hendry (Trout Lake) Park master plan

The Vancouver Park Board is developing a long-range master plan for John Hendry Park. The master plan will recommend improvements to ensure the park continues to be a vibrant and well-loved community gathering space for years to come. 

John Hendry Park is located in East Vancouver’s Cedar Cottage neighbourhood. It is a premier community park with the only accessible freshwater lake in Vancouver. 

The master planning process is an opportunity to capture the ideas and concerns of residents, park users and stakeholders, and establish directions and investment priorities for park development.

What's happening

Public consultation has been postponed due to COVID-19. We will update this page when the new date is confirmed.

Phase 2 engagement

The project team is currently developing the draft park master plan. This work incorporates the feedback provided in Phase 1. A second phase of public consultation for the draft master plan will take place in early 2021. 


Previous engagement

In 2015, the draft John Hendry Park Master Plan identified seven park objectives and a number of potential recommendations. In 2019, the Park Board asked if the draft objectives were still relevant and whether any key areas were missing. To date, the engagement process has included more than 1,600 stakeholder and public interactions. 

Timeline

  • 2014

    Draft plan paused to complete City-wide dogs in parks strategy

  • Oct 2019 to March 2020

    Phase 1

  • October 5, 2019

    Public open house #1

  • November 2019

    Stakeholder workshops

  • 2020 to 2021

    Updated draft plan development

  • We are here
  • Early 2021

    Phase 2 public consultation

  • Early 2021

    Revised draft plan

  • Spring 2021

    Board decision on the final master plan

Discover previous work

Explore our past consultation events to find more information and reports that were developed as part of that process. 

Review the draft master plan (June 2015)  (14 MB)

Contact the project team

johnhendry@vancouver.ca