The Wateridge Village Community located on the site of the former Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Rockcliffe will eventually have ten (10) new parks. The combined area of parkland in the community will be 21.93 hectares of land. Construction will begin on the first two parks in 2017. These parks will be built by Canada Lands Company on behalf of the City of Ottawa. A larger Community Park of 4.95 hectares is planned to be built in the next phase of development.
Park 9: Southwest Parkette is 0.39 hectares in size. The amenities in this park will include: Splash pad water play feature, community gathering space with seating, picnic area, playground with senior and junior play equipment, basketball key, fitness signage with benches, informal seating, free play open space, park shade structure, pathways, benches, landscaping, new trees and planting and preservation of existing trees.
Park 5: Centre Parkette is 0.90 hectares in size. The amenities in this park will include: a Canada 150 commemorative plaza, community gathering space with seating, park shade shelter, playground with junior and senior play equipment and swings, fitness signage and benches, free play open space pathways, benches, landscaping, new trees and planting, and preservation of existing trees.
A public information session is planned for:
March 21 from 6 to 8 pm
East Gate Alliance Church
550 Codd’s Road
Please review the attached Park Concept Plans for additional information on the park amenities and layout.
If you wish to provide comments please send, no later than April 4 to:
613-580-2424 ext. 16683