Gallanough Park Stormwater Management Improvements
Improvements are coming to Gallanough Park!
The City of Vaughan is undertaking important municipal infrastructure improvements to the stormwater management facility at Gallanough Park in Ward 5 (21 Springfield Way). This work is vital to combat the risk of flooding during heavy rainstorms and to ensure this park remains a place families can enjoy for generations to come.
With projects of this scale, there can be unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of the City that impact construction. Unfortunately, this is the case with the construction underway in Gallanough Park, which has resulted in delays to the original schedule.
We understand your frustration with the delays and are working as quickly as possible to get a new contractor on board to complete the work. Staff from several City departments have made this a priority. As information on the new timeline becomes available, it will be communicated to residents. Updates will also be posted to this webpage as they are available – you’re encouraged to check back often.
Questions? Contact the project team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
Once complete, the stormwater management improvements in Gallanough Park and Arnold Avenue will include:
a new underground stormwater management facility in the park to help alleviate stormwater flooding that occurs north of Gallanough Park during high intensity rain events.
a new overland flow path into Gallanough Park to eliminate flooding on Tanjo Court and Springfield Way.
a new storm relief sewer on Arnold Avenue to improve the overall stormwater management for the Thornhill area.
In addition, the following revitalization improvements are coming to Gallanough Park:
a new and upgraded playground area (to commence in 2023)
new pollinator gardens
a new shade structure with seating areas
new accessible walkways with upgraded lighting and furnishings throughout the park
new outdoor fitness equipment located at five fitness stations throughout the park
Stormwater management facilities include wet ponds, dry ponds, wetlands, underground storage chambers and other stormwater infrastructure implemented to drain stormwater runoff.
Stormwater management facilities reduce volume, flow rates and pollutants from stormwater runoff.
The construction on the Stormwater Management facility at Gallanough Park commenced in October 2021.
- Newsletter No.3 | November 2022 (PDF)
- Newsletter No.2 | October 2021 (PDF)
- Newsletter No.1 | May 2020 (PDF)
Notices and Reports
- Revised Notice of Completion - Nov. 2020
- Public Information Materials - Gallanough Park - Aug. 2020
- Notice of Public Information Materials - Gallanough Park - July 2020
- Notice of Study Update - Gallanough Park - May 2020
- Phase II Drainage Study - March 2014
- StormWater Management Facility Study - Within Gallanough Park - Nov. 2010
- Thornhill Area Rd Reconstruction SWM Report - May 2009
- Storm Drainage Improvements Study - Within Gallanough Park - Feb. 2008