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* Formerly Bonnie Doon Campus Park
Located in a mature neighbourhood on the southeast corner of 90th Avenue and 83rd Street, the Dermott District Park faces the challenge of addressing community needs with infrastructure beyond its expected lifecycle. The park is a 7.60 hectare district activity park in the Idylwylde Community that supports many amenities including: Vimy Ridge Academy, Idylwylde School building, Bonnie Doon Leisure Centre, tennis courts, an outdoor shale running track and several sports fields.
Renewal of this district park is an identified priority for the City.
Completion of the natural playground
The park site will be opened to the public
Site construction resumed on the south side of the site including the turf recreational area, gravel trail, walkway connectors, outdoor fitness equipment and landscaping.
Site construction is underway. The North Premier sports field and parking lot is open for public use.
Reviewed and incorporated feedback in the detailed design drawings. What We Heard report.
Development of construction costing, Edmonton Design Committee review and recommendations.
A public open house was held to share the preliminary design plan and play space preliminary design for feedback.
Master plan funding approved by City Council
The City held a public master plan information session
The City held a workshop to share the master plan process and gather feedback from stakeholders.
The City held a public open house to share updated concept plans, reviewed and incorporated feedback to develop the final master plan.
A telephone survey, public open house and online survey was done by the City. Then the consultation data was reviewed, concept plans and options were created and a draft master plan was developed.
Developed initial draft concept plan and begin public consultation.
The City, Edmonton Public School Board and the community have been exploring the current use and future recreation needs at the Dermott District since 2009. The site concept plan included a review of existing site amenities and feedback from stakeholders and the community on their recreation needs that integrates the existing leisure centre, Vimy Ridge Academy and tennis courts with new elements including a twin arena, LRT line and community park amenities. The site concept plan proposed new parking and access off 83 Street to minimize traffic and parking on 81 Street.
The park master plan development provided more details required to address community needs and aging infrastructure. The District Activity Park Renewal Program provided a long-term strategic approach to renew district activity parks and identified Dermott District Park as a priority for the 10-year capital investment agenda and 4-year capital budget in 2015-2018.
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