We design parks to be durable, however all parks eventually age to the point where their amenities and materials need updating.
Renovations may include a variety of details such as playgrounds, sports fields, or water features.
The dock for non-motorized watercraft in Alder Bay is nearing the end of its service life and needs replacing.
The Vancouver Park Board is upgrading the playground in Ash Park.
The Vancouver Park Board is replacing the playground in Beaconsfield Park.
The Vancouver Park Board is restoring and enhancing Beaver Lake in Stanley Park. Get project news, details, and background information.
We are developing a renewal plan for Brewers Park and will review the usage and condition of park features for improvements.
The proposed garden would create space for knowledge sharing, skills development, and improved neighbourhood food security.
Named for the Holy Rosary Cathedral it faces, Cathedral Square is a small oasis in the eastern edge of downtown Vancouver.
We are upgrading Cedar Cottage Park and the playground, adding more green space and a new multi-purpose sports court.
Learn about how the Park Board is upgrading the playgrounds in Champlain Heights.
Charleson Park Playground renovations were completed November 2020 to make it more engaging and accessible for children of all abilities.
We are developing a plan to refurbish the play area and other amenities near the field house at Clinton Park.
We have an exciting opportunity to expand Coopers’ Park into the adjacent area under Cambie Bridge.
The renewed spray park includes a variety of new spray types and interactive features set within a vibrant new paving design.
The Vancouver Park Board will start rebuilding the playground at Douglas Park in 2017.
Learn about how the Vancouver Park Board is upgrading the playground in Granville Park.
The Vancouver Park Board is planning to renew the damaged dock at Harbour Green Park.
We are developing a master plan for John Hendry Park and Trout Lake. Find out how you can be involved, and get park plan updates.
Learn how the Vancouver Park Board is renewing Jones park.
The Vancouver Park Board is upgrading the playground in Kaslo Park.
The Vancouver Park Board is upgrading the grass field at Montgomery Park.
The Vancouver Park Board wants to replace one or more tennis courts in Pandora Park with more green space and a new sports court for basketball.
The skatepark reopened in 2017 offering additional skate features and safety improvements.
The new playground will used by children attending the preschool and after school care programs serving children ages 3 to 12 years.
The Riley Hillcrest Master Plan was completed in 2014 and identified the need for a pavilion in Riley Park.
The wading pool at Ross Park has been selected for conversion to a spray park. It will maintain the same footprint and will include new paving, a variety of spray types, and interactive features.
The Vancouver Park Board is upgrading the existing grass fields located at Slocan Park.
We want to increase the supply of synthetic turf playing fields to meet the needs of field sport users in the city.
Construction is in progress at Sunset Park. The dog off-leash area and the park east of Prince Edward Street are closed.
We are restoring the historical stream in Volunteer and Tatlow parks and the English Bay shoreline.
The Vancouver Park Board will be upgrading the playground in Tatlow Park.
We're proposing strategies for balancing recreation and wildlife needs at Vanier Park.
The Vancouver Park Board is working on plans for improvements in William Mackie Park.
The Vancouver Park Board is upgrading the playground in Winona Park.
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