See plans to upgrade Champlain Park and develop Leroy Grant Pathway at open house - See plans to upgrade Champlain Park and develop Leroy Grant Pathway at open house
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November 2, 2017 -
See plans to upgrade Champlain Park and develop the new Leroy Grant Pathway – to run from Elliot Avenue to Third Avenue Park– at an upcoming open house 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9 in the library at Molly Brant Elementary School, 30 Lyons St.
Proposed upgrades include:
- Improved playground
- New sports field
- Pathways with seating
- Development of the new Leroy Grant Pathway – a multi-use 1.3 km paved trail from Elliot Avenue to Third Avenue Park. It will be located within and adjacent to the road allowance of the proposed Leroy Grant Drive extension.
Come give your input on park plans – and on accessibility as it relates to this project in accordance with Ontario Regulation 191/11 (Integrated Accessibility Standards).
Can't make the meeting? Offer your input at GetInvolved.CityofKingston.ca from Nov. 10 to 24. Your input will be used to develop detailed drawings for park improvements.
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