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In 2008, master planning for the John Fry District Park was developed through a physical site review and a series of stakeholders meetings and open houses. Implementation of the recommendations in the master plan has been taking place over several years.

One of the key master plan elements includes an attractive park pavilion building shared between the various sport and community groups and the public to foster pride and a feeling of ownership in the parks.

Project Timeline

This project is in the Build phase.

Spring 2015 Open to public
Fall 2013 - Winter 2015 Construction
Fall 2013 Construction tender is awarded
April 2012 - Summer 2013 Design development
March 2012 Public involvement and partner identification

Project Overview

John Fry District Park is an important venue for major regional and national sports events. Construction of an attractive park pavilion building shared between the various sport groups and the public was identified in the master plan for John Fry Park.

The John Fry Park Pavilion was designed to:

  • meet community recreational and leisure needs
  • be cost efficient
  • ensure sustainability
  • improve use of parks
  • increase the potential to host events

The John Fry Park Pavilion will include:

  • public washrooms
  • six change rooms
  • official's room
  • bookable concession space
  • covered area

Additional scope of work related to the John Fry Park Pavilion project includes:

  • expansion of the south parking lot
  • landscaping
  • public art installation
  • improved accessibility

Photo Gallery

To see representations of the new pavilion, floor plans and concept renderings, see John Fry Park Pavilion Renderings Photo Gallery.

For More Information

311 Contact Centre

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Telephone

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

TTY 780-944-5555
Email 311@edmonton.ca

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