Niagara Parks Engagement Centre
Niagara Parks – Engagement Centre
Explore the Niagara Parks Engagement Centre, our public engagement platform, and learn about key Niagara Parks projects that may be of interest to you and our community. Browse the project list, sign up to receive updates by email, and provide your feedback and ideas on these exciting initiatives.
Niagara Parks staff are listening to what you have to say and will take your feedback into consideration as these projects proceed and develop over time. Sign up below to receive updates on specific projects and receive our quarterly residents’ newsletter to stay informed on all things Niagara Parks.
Kingsbridge Park Playground Replacement
Kingsbridge Park is a significant gathering point and site for both guests and the local community. Not only does the park act as a gateway, connecting the South Niagara Parkway to Queen Victoria Park, but it is also a key trail connector for those using the Niagara River Recreational Trail. Given the site’s importance and its popularity among residents and the visiting public, Niagara Parks has decided to replace the current playground, which has reached the end of its life cycle.Learn more
Niagara Parks Cycling Strategy
As part of the new 2018-2028 Strategic Plan, Niagara Parks is committed to enhancing visitors’ understanding and experiences by providing more walkable, cycling and transit-friendly ways of moving throughout the park. This cycling strategy will align with the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries cycling commitments and the Ministry of Transportation’s (MTO) CycleON Strategy.Learn more
Queen Victoria Park Master Plan
Niagara Parks has initiated a concept Master Plan project to guide the ongoing management, programming and development of Queen Victoria Park to enhance the guest experience, reflecting the significant heritage, environmental and cultural features found within this popular tourism area.
Niagara Parks’ environmental stewardship mandate is at the very centre of its mission as the Commission works to protect, conserve and promote the natural and cultural heritage of the Niagara River corridor. That mandate now includes the pursuit of innovative conservation practices along with building an organization that is itself sustainable in its policies, plans and activities.Learn more
Ussher's Creek Bridge
Beginning on October 15, Niagara Parks began work to replace the Ussher’s Creek Bridge structure along the south Niagara Parkway. Following a competitive RFP process, Niagara-based Rankin Construction will lead the project, which will require a full road closure of the Niagara Parkway from Edgeworth Road, just north of the Ussher’s Creek bridge, to the first residential driveway, located south of the bridge structure (8787 Niagara Parkway).Learn more