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Parks and Open Space

Sister MacNamara Park Redevelopment

The Sister MacNamara Wading Pool was decommissioned in fall 2017 after it reached the end of its serviceable life and will be replaced by a new spray pad at the Freight House. The City of Winnipeg (the City) intends on restoring the Sister MacNamara Park wading pool to green space and is asking for public feedback to find out what you think should replace the former wading pool.


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Thank you to all who attended the Sister MacNamara Park Redevelopment workshop on February 5, 2018.
If you were unable to attend the workshop, we encourage you to provide your input on future park enhancements through the online survey. The survey will be open until February 20, 2018.

If you have further questions or feedback, please contact Shauna Prociuk, Project Coordinator, Planning, Property and Development at 204-986-3938 or email ShaunaProciuk@Winnipeg.ca.

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Background

The Sister MacNamara Wading Pool was decommissioned in fall 2017 after reaching the end of its serviceable life. The Council adopted Recreation, Leisure and Library Facility Policy specifies that older wading pools will be replaced over time with the introduction of a better wading pools or spray pads in the vicinity.

Construction of a new spray pad at the nearby Freight House Recreation Centre is underway, and is planned to be open to the public in the summer of 2018. The new, accessible spray pad will complement the existing outdoor pool as well as recent site improvements, including the new playground, skateboard park and hockey rink.

The City intends on restoring the Sister MacNamara Park site to green space and is looking to the public for input into the former wading pool site. Potential amenities could include a tot play structure, outdoor fitness equipment, a walking path, a basketball court, small hills, picnic tables and benches.

Documents

Document Name Date Type
Postcard 2018-01-22 Invitation

Frequently Asked Questions

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Why does the City of Winnipeg want to develop Sister MacNamara Park?
The City is planning to redevelop Sister MacNamara Park to serve the needs of area residents and visitors. The City will seek feedback from area stakeholders and the public to ask what they would like to see in the park and what types of features would be the most desirable.
Where is Sister MacNamara Park?
Sister MacNamara Park is located on Ross Avenue between Tecumseh Street and Sherbrook Street.
How is Sister MacNamara Park currently used?
Sister MacNamara Park had a wading pool and water slides until they were decommissioned in fall 2017. The City intends on restoring the Sister MacNamara Park wading pool site to green space and is asking for feedback on amenities that might replace the wading pool.
What types of features could be added to the park?
The City will seek feedback from area stakeholders and the public to ask what they would like to see in the park and what types of features would be the most desirable. Options will then be evaluated to determine their feasibility within space, time, and budget constraints.
How can I provide feedback?
Please visit the Engage tab to find out how you can get involved.
Last update: January 19, 2018
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