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East End Cultural & Leisure Centre Greenspace & Active Transportation Connection

In 2011, the Elmwood Recreation Review was completed. This review analyzed the condition of all Elmwood recreation amenities and prioritized improvements at each amenity location.

As part of the Review, a draft concept plan was developed for the East End Culture & Leisure Centre Site. The proposed plan for this site was informed by the community feedback collected during this review.

The second part of this plan is an active transportation connection which connects 575 Larsen to the Northeast Pioneers Greenway.

The City of Winnipeg is inviting citizens to provide their feedback on the second part of the plan through an open house or online survey (please see Engage tab below for details). The approved budget for this project is $500,000.

 

Project Timeline

Timeline

Timeline

Background

In 2011, the Elmwood Recreation Review was completed. Funded by the Building Communities Initiative, it documented and analyzed the condition of all of the recreation amenities and prioritized improvements at each amenity location. As part of the Review, a draft concept plan was developed for the East End Culture & Leisure Centre Site. The proposed plan for this site was informed by the community feedback collected during this review. The second part of this plan is an active transportation connection which connects 575 Larsen to the Northeast Pioneers Greenway.

What’s Being Proposed?

This plan is being funded by the Building Communities Initiative II Phase Two. This plan proposes site upgrades and includes:

  • A new 2-12 play structure
  • A new plaza with seating
  • Site furniture
  • New pathways
  • New park lighting
  • A new active transportation connection

Documents

Document Name Date Type
Proposed Site Plan May 26, 2016 Site Plan
Community feedback survey
Community feedback survey
May 26, 2016 Survey
Canstar advertisement for public open house May 26, 2016 Advertisement

Engage

We want to hear from you!

Please join us at an Open House.
Call 311 or email us at ppii@winnipeg.ca

Citizens are invited to attend a public open house to view the proposed park plan for the East End Cultural & Leisure Centre Greenspace & Active Transportation Connection.

This open house will take place on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Status 4 in the East End Cultural & Leisure Centre, 575 Larsen Ave.

If you are unable to attend the open house and would like to provide feedback on this plan, please complete the survey below and email it to the project contact.
Community feedback survey
Community feedback survey

Contact us:
Questions? Comments?

Please contact: Kate MacKay - Program Officer, Urban Design Division
204-986-4737
kmackay@winnipeg.ca

Last update: November 20, 2019

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