Have your say on the future of Doctors McLean District Park!
Help shape the future of your community park! Doctors McLean District Park (8100 Islington Ave.) is a cherished Ward 2 park located next to the Humber River. The City of Vaughan is working to connect a key link in the Humber Trail, closing the gap between Clarence Street and both Islington Avenue and Woodbridge Avenue, through the construction of a new bridge and pathways in the park – but there’s more in the works!
The City is taking this opportunity to enhance other elements of the park, including replacing the playground, adding a splashpad, building a new shade structure and adding educational/interpretive signage. Work is anticipated to begin by spring 2025 and be completed by summer 2026.
Do you have ideas on how we can redevelop Doctors McLean District Park to ensure it’s a space the community can enjoy for years to come? We want to hear from you! Here’s how you can have your say:
Attend an Open House
On Thursday, Nov. 23, drop by an Open House at the Woodbridge Pool and Memorial Arena (5020 Highway 7) in the Community Room, any time from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come to learn more about the trail extension, provide your feedback on park improvements and ask questions directly to the project team.
Take an online survey
Share how you use the park today and provide input on proposed park amenities by taking an online survey until Thursday, Nov. 30. The survey should take 10 minutes to complete.
For more information, visit vaughan.ca/DoctorsMcLean.
These improvements are being partially funded by the Province of Ontario.