Current Parks Development Projects

The Parks Department will be working on the following projects through 2024. Click on the park name to visit each park's web page for more information, or you can locate them using MappMyCity.

For general inquires, please contact 311.

Goldenwood Park
New pickleball courts and tennis court are complete and open to the public. Currently closed for the season.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Kominar Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021. 
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Lake Laguna Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Ojibway Park
The wood pedestrian bridge has been replaced with a conventional culvert style bridge, construction is complete and open for use.
Project Manager: Dante Lapico

Oakwood Park
A new dog park​ at Oakwood Park, directly behind Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex, complete with accessible asphalt trails and concrete pathways, drainage improvements, fencing, concrete pads with benches, and refuse silos was completed in the fall of 2023. A new drinking fountain will be installed in spring 2024.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Ward 2

Assumption North Park
Design work is underway for new lighting along the riverfront multi-use trail within Assumption North Park, between the base of the Ambassador Bridge and the base of Askin Avenue. The project is expected to be tendered in winter 2023, and new lights are expected to be installed in spring 2024.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Bradley Park
A new accessible playground has been constructed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Malden Park
Some of the recently completed off-road bike trails​ have been closed due to a project being undertaken by the salt mine. Signage and barriers are in place indicating which trails are closed. Please exercise caution by staying off trails that have been closed. In addition, the Parks Department has made improvements to park drainage in areas where flooding was an issue.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

McKee Park
Construction of the new pathway, gazebo, boardwalk, lighting and accessible playground.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Mic Mac Park
A new widened multi-use trail with new concrete pads and dedicated benches in the area of the Kimmy Lucier Playground was completed in the fall of 2022.

Kimmy Lucier Park (Mic Mac Park):

New shade structure is constructed, and accessible seating is installed and open for use.
Project Manager: Dante Lapico

Wilson Park
Construction of new pickleball, tennis court, and basketball courts is completed and open to the public. Currently, closed for the season.

Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Design stage for a new batting/cricket cage for Wilson Park. Construction to start in spring 2024.

Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Ward 3

Fred Thomas Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021. A new splash pad was installed and has replaced the existing aging splash pad.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette 

Gateway Park
Project included a new shared-use gravel trail through the park with concrete pads and benches, trash and recycle silos, and solar lighting. The project is now competed and open to the public.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Legacy Park
Project removed the existing playground near the pump station and installed a new playground to the east side of Legacy Park. Project is complete and open to the public.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Wigle Park
Construction of a new 16-stall parking lot off Mercer Street is now complete. The parking lot is open for use.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Ward 4

Devonshire Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Garwood Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Gignac Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Willistead Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Stodgell Park
To continue with the recent improvements of playground and parking lot, a new multi-use asphalt pathway with concrete pads and benches, along with a new pollinator garden, was installed. Project is now complete and open to the public.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Lanspeary Park
Lanspeary Greenhouses were relocated to the new greenhouse facility recently opened in Jackson Park. As part of the transformation, Lanspeary Park will undergo a public consultation process including a recently completed public survey. This data will be taken into consideration during development of a new park concept plan that will be presented to Council in the near future.

Ward 5

Mayfair Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Robert Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Ward 6

Alexander Park​
Construction of a seating area with lights and benches is now completed.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Homesite Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Ward 7

Derwent Park
A
 full-size cricket pitch is being designed for Derwent Park. As announced in May of 2022, this will be the first full-size pitch and third pitch overall for the city. The concept plan received from the consultant is currently under review and will be presented to Council as part of the 2024 budget process. An online survey is now available to the public until January 12, 2024.

Please visit project web page or call 311 for more information:

Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Cora Greenwood Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Seneca Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Stillmeadow Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Little River Boulevard
Trail rehabilitation, which included milling and repaving the existing asphalt trail along Little River Boulevard from Banwell Road to Clover Avenue, and new trails connecting to Mancroft Street at Morningstar and Katella were completed in the fall of 2022.

Little River Corridor
A new asphalt multi-use trail was paved at the existing granular trail that connects Little River Corridor Park to the intersection of Florence Avenue and Beverly Glen Street. This trail construction was completed in the fall of 2022.

Construction of a new washroom building is proposed for completion in 2024. The washroom tender is currently under review.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Elizabeth Kishkon Park
A new washroom building and other improvements will be underway in 2024. Recent upgrades to the parking lot are now complete.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Construction of the dog park is now complete, including installation of drainage improvements, asphalt trails, bench pads, and fencing installation that allows separate areas for small and large dogs. Restoration will be revisited in spring 2024.

Forest Glade Park
Work on the tennis courts to convert the north bank of tennis courts for use as pickleball courts is now complete. Resurfacing of the parking lot and line painting was completed in the fall of 2022.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Sandpoint Beach
Environmental assessment (EA) to review potential options for the relocation of Sandpoint Beach. Public consultation is complete, and the report will be finalized in 2023. Please visit the project web page for more information.
Project Manager: Laura Ash

Wildwood Park
New shade structure is constructed, accessible seating installed and open for use.
Project Manager: Dante Lapico

Ward 8

Coletta Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Fontainebleau Park
Construction of a new nature-themed splash pad was completed in the summer of 2022.
Project Manager: Darron Ahlstedt

Construction of new pickleball and tennis courts​ north of the parking lot is complete and open to the public. Currently, closed for the season.
Project Manager: Trevor Duquette

Roseville Gardens Park
A new multi-use asphalt pathway, including new concrete pads with benches, connecting to the existing sidewalk along Roseville Garden Drive, and new soccer goal posts were installed. This construction was completed in the fall of 2022.

Ward 9

Maple Leaf Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Patrick Maguire Park
A new accessible playground was installed as part of the 2021 Playground Replacement Program announced in August 2021.
Project Managers: Laura Ash, Dante Lapico

Walker Homesite Park and Bike Trail 
The Parks Department repaved a portion of the trail along Walker Homesite Bike Trail between Calderwood Avenue, north into and including repaving/widening the multi-use trail inside Walker Homesite Park. Construction was completed in the fall of 2022.

Ward 10

South Cameron Woodlot
As announced by Mayor Drew Dilkens in May of 2022, a new environmentally sensitive multi-use trail is being planned for the woodlot. The feasibility study has been completed and is now subject to budget approval.


For further information, please contact:

Parks and Recreation
2450 McDougall Street
Windsor, Ontario
Canada
Phone: For general information, call 311. 
For detailed inquiries, call (519) 253-2300.
Email: parkrec@citywindsor.ca​​​​​​​​​​​

 

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