Coronation District Park Development
In Spring of 2012, Council directed Administration to assess the feasibility of building the Coronation Community Recreation Facility in potential phases. Public Consultation was held and the results of the feasibility study and consultation were presented in the Fall of 2012.
On October 31, City Council approved funds for 60% of the design of both phase I and II of the Coronation Community Recreation Centre.
|Winter 2013-Summer 2014
||Design to 60% of Phase I and II. Public consultation to occur through the design stage.
Coronation Park-Consultation Feedback Summary
||Revised Concept Plan and Phasing Options – Feasibility Study with phasing option presented to Council.|
||Revised Concept Plan and Phasing Options – Findings of feasibility study, consideration of phasing option as directed by Council and revised concept plan shared with the community through public open house and online survey.|
|Spring 2011 - Spring 2012
||Feasibility Study for Recreation Centre- Study defines detailed program requirements, partnerships, cost estimates for recreation centre and park site.|
||Updated Concept Plan with indoor cycling track - Open House, survey through telephone, online, paper and 1-on-1 interviews to gather feedback on updated concept plan.|
||Medium Term Plan - Survey park use and preferred future development through telephone, online, paper, and 1-on-1 surveys.|
To see representations of the exterior and interior amenities, floor plans and site map, see The Coronation District Park Renderings Photo Gallery.
The 2007 Council approved Medium Term Recreation and Sports Field Plan identifies Coronation District Park as a site for the development of a community recreation centre close to Peter Hemingway Fitness and Leisure Center. This strategy was based on an extensive community needs assessment and public consultation.
In 2011, City Council supported exploring the opportunity and potential partnership to incorporate an indoor cycling track in the facility and find another suitable location for the twin arena planned for the facility (See the 10-Year Arena Capital Development Strategy - 2009-2019). The Community Recreation Centre will also include a fitness centre, gymnasium, multipurpose rooms and child play space.
In Spring of 2012, City Council directed Administration to assess the feasibility of building Coronation Community Recreation Facility in potential phases.
In Fall of 2012, City Council approved funds for the design development of the Coronation Community Recreation Centre Phases I and II.
TELUS World of Science has developed a Master Plan that includes redevelopment and expansion of the facility to achieve their mission to create a positive science and technology culture through the delivery of programs and services.
For more information:
Park & Facility Development
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Edmonton, AB T5J 2R7
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