Lowville Park Master Plan

The City of Burlington has approved a Master Plan review for Lowville Park.

The Lowville Park Master Plan provides a framework for future site enhancements specifically to improve its support of both organized and non-program activities throughout the park.

The master plan document is the result of an extensive public engagement process. Thank you to the Lowville Community and other park users on their efforts to fully participate throughout the entire process!

This initiative was identified in the council approved ‘Parks, Recreation and Cultural Assets Master Plan, December 2009’, a city wide study that established a long-term strategic vision for specific parks, recreation and cultural services initiatives.  The study covers the period 2009-2028.

Educational Signage in Lowville Park

During the months of December and January, Trout Unlimited Canada will be working in partnership with the City of Burlington to coordinate the installation of Education Signage in Lowville Park. This Educational Signage will describe the restoration work that has been completed on Bronte Creek and will profile the wildlife that lives in Lowville Park. This project was presented to local residents at a public meeting on March 10, 2014.

See Public Notice  

Bronte Creek In-stream Workday - Saturday October 4, 2014

Volunteers are needed to help Trout Unlimited Canada restore Bronte Creek in Lowville Park. Trout Unlimited Canada will be coordinating the placement of sediment mats along the creek edge. The last Bronte Creek In-stream Workday of 2014 will be taking place this Saturday October 4th. See poster for more details.

Bronte Creek In-stream Workday

TD Tree Day - Saturday September 13, 2014

TD Tree Day:

On Saturday September 13, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) will be hosting a TD Tree Day event at Lowville Park with over 50 volunteers comprised of TD employees, their families and community members partaking in native tree plantings.  The trees will be planted in the back area of Lowville Park (Buredaca Camp area) where naturalization has been started.  There will be approximately 300 trees planted; all trees are native species.  Planting will take place in the morning from 8am to 12pm. The nursery delivery truck and OFAH truck will be used to transport the plants and equipment to the planting area via the gravel pathway that leads from the parking lot to the back area of the park.

About OFAH and TD Bank - Friends of the Environment Foundation:

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is a non-profit, non-government fish and wildlife conservation organization in Canada.  This organization is highly recognized for the work done to improve local streams, habitats and restore wildlife.  OFAH hosts many projects that involve tree and shrub planting as these are essential in the provision of clean water supply, which in turn feeds into our streams.

For 2014, TD Bank - Friends of the Environment Foundation has provided the OFAH with $100,000 in funding to support coldwater stream restoration on Duffins Creek, Humber River, Credit River and Bronte Creek.  Throughout September and October, the OFAH will be coordinating six different TD Tree Day events where TD employees, their families and community members will partake in native tree and shrub plantings along these waterways.

This September 13, 2014 planting in Lowville Park will be the 3rd annual Burlington TD Tree Day event.

Map of Lowville Park planting site

Upcoming Construction

The implementation of Phase 1 of the Lowville Park Master Plan began with the reconstruction of Proposed Accessible Picnic Area #2, which was completed in June 2013 under Contract 11-28.

Contract 14-12 is for the construction of the remaining proposed Accessible Picnic Areas (#1,3 and 4) and the removal of old infrastructure (old picnic tables, old backstops, baseball lights and concrete storage shed). This contract is anticipated to begin May 2014 and continue into summer of 2014. Targetted completion date is mid August, pending on weather conditions. Picnic Areas #1, 3 and 4 will be closed for the duration of the construction period.

For additional information on the location and capacity of the new Picnic Areas please refer to PR-8-13.

Or contact Peggy Lei:
City of Burlington, 426 Brant Street, P.O. Box 5013
Burlington, Ontario L7R 3Z6
Phone: 905-335-7600 Ext. 7799
Email at peggy.lei@burlington.ca


Park Location Map and Plans

Documents and Reports

For More Information

For more information please contact Peggy Lei:
City of Burlington, 426 Brant Street, P.O. Box 5013
Burlington, Ontario  L7R 3Z6
Phone:  905-335-7738   Ext. 7799
E-mail at peggy.lei@burlington.ca

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