Parks, Forestry & Recreation
To preserve, enhance and add to our inventory of parks and recreation facilities, amenities and public spaces, a wide variety of projects ranging from design to construction are underway. Learn more about what recreation and park projects and improvements are happening across the city.
The rehabilitation of the pedestrian bridges at Chalkfarm Park have been completed and are now open to the public.
Due to construction within Guild Park and Gardens, the main entrance to this site will be closed until further notice. Public access to the park, gardens and views of Lake Ontario will remain open by using existing trails from Livingston Road and from Guildwood Parkway. Public parking is also available from Guildwood Parkway at the base of Galloway Road. View the map for public access trails.
The City of Toronto is considering a proposal to redevelop John Innes Community Centre, Moss Park Arena and the park space around them. Help shape the proposed design of the facilities by participating in this conversation about Moss Park’s future. Learn more.
The newly renovated playground features a new junior/senior play structure with barrier-free play features, overhead climber, spring toy and swing set including a new barrier-free swing. Armour stone frames the outer edges of the playground and allows children to practice balancing skills. Engineered wood fiber form a springy playground floor surface that both cushion falls and supports wheelchair weight. Perimeter located benches allow family members and care givers to supervise the fun!
The City of Toronto has a new Skateboard Strategy to help advance its network of skateboard facilities, amenities and programs, and support the growing demand for skateparks and skateboard programs. Learn more about skateboarding.
Learn more about some of the featured projects taking place near you.
New parks and greenspaces currently being developed or under construction.