Riverfront Park Master Plan update project
An update to the Riverfront Park Master Plan is underway! Many changes have taken place since the last master plan was completed for Riverfront Park. This includes the addition of a 3.8-acre property at the southeast corner of the park, the opening of the
Peter Courtney Minto Island Bridge, and the addition of a seasonal winter ice rink. Significant upgrades to the amphitheater and stage are also underway while the
Riverfront Carousel may be expanded.
The process of updating the Riverfront Park Master Plan is designed to be interactive. Community input is guiding the development of park design alternatives, which will be further refined through the public process until a draft master plan is ready to be presented to City Council at a public hearing.
We are counting on your input! Join us for the next community meeting on Thursday, February 22 at Pringle Hall starting at 6:00 p.m. The City and its consultants will share community feedback that has been provided so far, including input collected from the first community meeting. Design alternatives for the master plan will then be presented next steps in the planning process will be discussed.
Once approved, the updated park master plan will provide a comprehensive vision for Riverfront Park within the context of its location, resources, and community visions. This vision will guide future park improvements, enhancements, rehabilitation projects, and grant applications.