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City of Burlington Asking for Feedback on Playground Projects

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*Please see below a news release issued by the City of Burlington.

Burlington, Ont. — Feb. 22, 2021 — The City of Burlington will be replacing 13 playgrounds over the next two years and is encouraging families who use these playgrounds to complete a survey to pick the features they like the most.

The online survey is available at until March 26, 2021.

Playgrounds are an important part of the park experience and provide free physical and creative activities for children and their families. Playgrounds are designed to challenge and stimulate all children, of all abilities. Accessible outdoor play spaces allow for all children to play together, increasing understanding and inclusion.

“The value of outdoor play and our parks and open spaces has been demonstrated this year more than ever. With everyone’s help, we can design playground structures that appeal to all ages of children and parents can have confidence in their safety. Sit down with your kids, show them the options and ask them which they think is more fun.” — Chris Glenn, Director of Recreation, Community and Culture, City of Burlington

Click here for a map of the affected playgrounds.

Playgrounds to be replaced in 2022-2023 are:

  1. Bridgeview Park
  2. Emerson Park
  3. Fairchild Park
  4. Florence Meares Public School
  5. Lakeshore Public School
  6. Lampman Park
  7. Longmoor Park
  8. Pauline Johnson Public School
  9. Peart Park
  10. Pineland Public School
  11. Rolling Meadows Public School
  12. Taywood Park
  13. Tuck Park

For more information about this project, visit

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*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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