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Neighbourhood Park Development & Enhancement

Questions on Neighbourhood Park development or enhancements may
be directed to your local
Community Association
or the Community Development Branch at (306) 975-3378.

District & Special Use Park Development & Enhancement

Questions on District & Special Use Park development or enhancements may be directed to the Leisure Services Branch at (306) 975-3342.

CITY PARKS
City parks provide space for public outdoor sport and recreation, while providing protection of the natural environment and contributing to the environmental health of our communities!

NEIGHBOURHOOD PARKS
Centrally located within a neighbourhood, these parks are designed for families, young children and informal use such as picnics. Any sportsfields are free to users and may accommodate some intra-neighbourhood league play.

DISTRICT PARKS
Intended to serve four or five neighbourhoods, District Parks accommodate active and passive recreation, and may have a particular emphasis on the athletic needs of high school students. There is a charge to book and use sportsfields in these parks and multi-district parks.

MULTI-DISTRICT PARKS
As with District Parks, there is an emphasis on structured sports in Multi-District Parks. Sports fields are suitable for international competitions and there are booking charges associated with using these fields.

SPECIAL USE PARKS
The Special Use Park is a city-wide resource. Each park responds unique site circumstances and/or provides unique programming opportunities. The Forestry Farm Park, the Gordon Howe Complex, and Diefenbaker Park are examples of Special Use Parks.

LINEAR PARKS
Intended to provide a safe and aesthetically pleasing connection between parks and other destinations through non-motorized means of travel, Linear Parks allow for the preservation of both heritage and natural features.

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