Parks development

Consultation has concluded

The City maintains more than 200 parks for the enjoyment of its residents. Each year a number of parks are earmarked for improvement so that they can better serve residents. Upgrades are planned depending on a park’s location and its role in the City’s park system, a park’s amenities, opportunities to improve accessibility and resident input!

Detailed descriptions of planned parks development improvements are available on the City's project page. Parks projects currently open for public engagement include:

  • Bayridge Park (play equipment replacement)
  • James Nelson Park (play equipment replacement).


The City maintains more than 200 parks for the enjoyment of its residents. Each year a number of parks are earmarked for improvement so that they can better serve residents. Upgrades are planned depending on a park’s location and its role in the City’s park system, a park’s amenities, opportunities to improve accessibility and resident input!

Detailed descriptions of planned parks development improvements are available on the City's project page. Parks projects currently open for public engagement include:

  • Bayridge Park (play equipment replacement)
  • James Nelson Park (play equipment replacement).


Consultation has concluded
  • Playground equipment replacements coming to James Nelson and Bayridge Parks

    2 months ago

    The City is planning to replace playground equipment in two neighbourhood parks – James Nelson Park in Kingston's north end and Bayridge Park in the west end.


    The City is planning to replace playground equipment in two neighbourhood parks – James Nelson Park in Kingston's north end and Bayridge Park in the west end.