New City Centre Park

This consultation has concluded.

Thank you for your participation. The feedback form is now closed. Your input will be considered in a project report to Richmond City Council in June 2013. If you have questions or comments, email clarence.sihoe@richmond.ca.

The City's planning and design process for a new City Centre park is underway.  The park, to be located at the northeast corner of Cambie Road and Hazelbridge Way, is being designed to meet the needs of both Capstan Village's emerging residential community and the commercial district in the nearby Aberdeen Village.

The park is envisioned as the living room for the Capstan Village area of Richmond, serving as the home ground for the social, recreational and business life of the local community.  This park, designed to be approximately four acres in size, will function as a quiet sanctuary of neighbourhood green space.  In addition, it will be a vibrant, urban, public square, complemented by a variety of landscapes, programs, activities, ecological features and amenities.

There was a drop-in style open house held on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at the Richmond Cultural Centre and a feedback form open to the public until Friday, May 31, 2013.

Thank you for participating in the discussions.  Your input is important to us and will be considered in a project report to Richmond City Council in June 2013.  Thank you for taking the time to review the concept plans and complete the feedback form.

Thank you for your participation. The feedback form is now closed. Your input will be considered in a project report to Richmond City Council in June 2013. If you have questions or comments, email clarence.sihoe@richmond.ca.

The City's planning and design process for a new City Centre park is underway.  The park, to be located at the northeast corner of Cambie Road and Hazelbridge Way, is being designed to meet the needs of both Capstan Village's emerging residential community and the commercial district in the nearby Aberdeen Village.

The park is envisioned as the living room for the Capstan Village area of Richmond, serving as the home ground for the social, recreational and business life of the local community.  This park, designed to be approximately four acres in size, will function as a quiet sanctuary of neighbourhood green space.  In addition, it will be a vibrant, urban, public square, complemented by a variety of landscapes, programs, activities, ecological features and amenities.

There was a drop-in style open house held on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at the Richmond Cultural Centre and a feedback form open to the public until Friday, May 31, 2013.

Thank you for participating in the discussions.  Your input is important to us and will be considered in a project report to Richmond City Council in June 2013.  Thank you for taking the time to review the concept plans and complete the feedback form.