City View Park

City View Park Construction Update: June 2014

The next phase of construction, in accordance with the approved Master Plan is underway.  The work includes:

  • construction of an internal road connecting the city Maintenance Facility and the active park area
  • the addition of asphalt toplift to the existing parking lots and roads

The park will remain open during the construction period.  As necessary, park users will be directed to the south entrance and parking lots to accommodate the construction.

If you require further information about the construction, please contact Ingrid Vanderbrug at ingrid.vanderbrug@burlington.ca.

Background

The City of Burlington celebrated the Grand Opening of its newest largest park, City View Park, on Saturday, June 23, 2012.

City View Park, formerly referred to as New City Park, is a new park in the northwest portion of Burlington made up of naturalized park area and former farmer’s fields that will be restored to naturalized areas and converted to recreational uses. When fully completed, this 165-acre park will balance both active and passive park amenities including large naturalized areas, trails, as well as active features that will include artificial turf soccer fields and other sports fields.

Park View City

City View Park currently includes:

  • three artificial turf soccer fields
  • a state-of-the-art playground
  • a naturalized pond area with boardwalks
  • multiple trails
  • parking

City View Park will ultimately include:

  • five multi-use sports fields
  • two baseball diamonds
  • two open space areas
  • a pavilion

parking in city park

Mayor Rick Goldring; Ward 6 Councillor Blair Lancaster, Ward 5 Councillor Paul Sharman, Director Paul Toffoletti of Bruce Trail Conservatory Club, Ward 1 Councillor Rick Craven, Ward 3 Councillor John Taylor and his dog, Maddie, and Director Chris Glenn of parks and recreation.

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