We have created a master plan for a future neighbourhood Park, located at 158 Poppy Drive East, south east of Clair Road and Gordon Street in the south end of Guelph.
Final park design
The community has selected the Vine concept as the final park design. It features:
- Children’s play equipment
- Shade structure
- Half-court basketball
- Picnic and game tables
- Asphalt pathway
- Pollinator and rain gardens
- Site furnishings and signage
View Courtney, Goines and Malott Park layout rendering
Courtney, Goines and Malott Park Master Plan – Vine concept images
February 12-28, phase one community engagement
Phase one was launched in February to allow the community to choose between two park options and features.
Read the summary of phase one engagement
July 15-28, phase two community engagement
Phase two was launched in July and allowed residents to comment on the final design and offer any additional feedback.
Read the summary of phase two engagement
Construction of the new park is expected to start June 2021.
- Play equipment pre-selection and detailed design – fall 2020
- Tendering process – winter 2021
- Award of contract – winter 2021
- Park construction – June 2021
Render #1 of Courtney, Goines and Malott Park Play Equipment by Park N Play Render #2 of Courtney, Goines and Malott Park Play Equipment by Park N Play Render #3 of Dallan Park Play Equipment by Park N Play Render #4 of Courtney, Goines and Malott Park Play Equipment by Park N Play Render #5 of Courtney, Goines and Malott Park Play Equipment by Park N Play
Why we create master plans
A park master plan is a blueprint that guides park design according to the space and community needs. We look at everything that makes a park a place to play, including how it’s graded, what surfaces to use, pathways, tables and benches, playground equipment, shelters and more! Some things you can see on the surface and some things are invisible. Master plans make sure our parks are functional, aesthetically pleasing and create a sense of community space.