Hidden Valley Crescent Neighbourhood Park

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Hidden Valley Crescent Park, which extends from Hidden Valley Road to Hidden Valley Crescent, is a naturalized, open green space with some trees and vegetation. The park also accommodates overland flow to a nearby stormwater management pond.

The park offers great potential for becoming a beloved gathering place for nearby residents of all ages.

Thanks for your feedback!

Community residents have played a key role in our plans to re-design the park, attending a public information session and participating in our recent online survey.

As a result, three design concepts were generated:

Other resources that have been used to develop the three proposed concepts include:

Preferred concept 

Community residents and stakeholders played an important role in the planning and design of the park. Thank you for taking the time to participate in the public consultation process.

The votes were evenly divided among the three proposed concepts. We further analyzed and ranked the preferences and comments provided by the community to determine which elements to include in the preferred concept.

Next steps

Improvements at Hidden Valley Crescent Park will happen in two phases.

The first phase includes design and construction of the natural playground, and the second phase is planned to include the proposed pathway connection through the remainder of the park space to the north, including the upper level lookout and naturalized areas.

The playground area will include swings, a slide and smaller climbing elements within the wood-fibre area, as well as a sand play area containing granite play boulders and a wooden ‘sail boat’. Two benches for seating as well as armourstone at the perimeter of both play areas will add additional informal seating. Eight additional trees will be planted around the playground, and both of the existing large stature trees in this space will remain, and be protected during construction.

Phase 1 of construction is scheduled to begin the week of June 22, and is expected to last for approximately six weeks.   

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