Park Planning and Development is responsible for the development and re-development of the town's parks, playgrounds, sports fields, and green spaces. Their annual rehabilitation program includes the replacement of various pedestrian bridges, stairs, and shade structures, as well as required playground improvements.
In 2017 several park and trail projects are being made possible with the help of Canada 150 grant funding. The Canada 150 Infrastructure Projects page has a full listing of all projects approved for funding.
Constructed in time for 2017 Canada Day weekend festivities, this new tensile structure in Bronte Heritage Waterfront park was completed by Cambium Site Contracting.
The Parks Planning and Development section is responsible for: