London-Steveston Neighbourhood Park Design

Consultation has concluded

Thank you for your ideas and feedback to help shape a newly proposed section of the London-Steveston Neighbourhood Park.

The online survey concluded on Wednesday, April 8, 2015.

Here you have access to photos, the open house display boards and timeline of the project.

It's not every day you get to help shape a community park. Let's get started. Thank you for your interest and participation.

Thank you for your ideas and feedback to help shape a newly proposed section of the London-Steveston Neighbourhood Park.

The online survey concluded on Wednesday, April 8, 2015.

Here you have access to photos, the open house display boards and timeline of the project.

It's not every day you get to help shape a community park. Let's get started. Thank you for your interest and participation.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We invite you to participate by sharing your ideas and providing input toward the preparation of the park concept plan for the redesign of the western part of London-Steveston Neighbourhood Park.

    Please review the London/Steveston Idea Fair display boards in the PDF Document Library PRIOR to completing the survey.

    You have until midnight on Tuesday April 7, 2015 to submit this survey. 

    This project focuses on the area of the park proposed to be transferred to the City as part of the rezoning application for the former Steveston School site at 10440 and 10460 No. 2 Road. Public input will evolve

    We invite you to participate by sharing your ideas and providing input toward the preparation of the park concept plan for the redesign of the western part of London-Steveston Neighbourhood Park.

    Please review the London/Steveston Idea Fair display boards in the PDF Document Library PRIOR to completing the survey.

    You have until midnight on Tuesday April 7, 2015 to submit this survey. 

    This project focuses on the area of the park proposed to be transferred to the City as part of the rezoning application for the former Steveston School site at 10440 and 10460 No. 2 Road. Public input will evolve into a park concept plan for City Council review and approval.


    Consultation has concluded