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Centennial Park Pathway Planning

Under the Government of Canada’s Active Transportation Fund (ATF), Manotick Culture Parks and Recreation Association (MCPRA) received a planning grant to examine enhancements and extensions to the existing pathway network in Centennial Park. The project will study enhancements and extensions to the current Centennial Park pathway network to and within the park to increase walkability and accessibility.

Ruhland and Associates Landscape Architects have completed an inventory analysis of the current pathway network, indicating condition and drainage along each path. They have also prepared a draft of proposed pathways and potential enhancements to the existing paths, including drainage in some instances. Click here to review the document.

 

MCPRA hosted a community consultation on Tuesday June 6, 7 p.m. 2023, via zoom, to present the project, the current inventory and ask for feedback on priorities of pathway enhancements/ upgrades/ creation.

View June 6 meeting slides or the recorded presentation.

 

City consultation and further grant applications will take place over the next 12-18 months, prior to any work being executed.

The MCPRA Project Coordinator is Alexa Ives (aaives@rogers.com)

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