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Burloak Regional Waterfront Park

Location:

City of Burlington

Project Type:

Community Revitalization

Description:

Phase I - Regional Council approved the Master Plan for the Burloak Regional Waterfront Park in April 2014. Halton Region, the City of Burlington and the Town of Oakville completed the first phase this project in June 2017. Residents and visitors can now enjoy a new accessible waterfront pathway, a gazebo, a performance plaza with seating and a pedestrian guardrail. Phase I improvements also included the removal of invasive tree and shrub species, and the preparation of the site for planting native species in their place. These improvements will help make the park ecologically healthier for generations to come.

Phase II - To make Burloak Regional Waterfront Park more accessible and enjoyable for visitors year-round, Halton Region began a second phase of improvements in spring 2018. Phase II improvements include the development of features such as a western lookout, demonstration garden, Burloak Drive gateway plaza and a variety of other park amenities.




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  • Blue starElizabeth Gardens Wastewater Pump Station
Project Status:

In progress (phase II)

Start Date:

October 2016

End Date:

December 2022.

Project #:

CW-16-25

Contact:

For more information, call 311 or email accesshalton@halton.ca

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