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Vaughan hosts open house for Doctors McLean District Park

Cherished Ward 2 park to get revamped
Nov. 13, 2023
Brian Capitao

The City of Vaughan is working to connect a key link in the Humber Trail, closing the gap between Clarence Street and both Islington Avenue and Woodbridge Avenue, through the construction of a new bridge and pathways in the park.

An open house will be hosted on Thursday, Nov. 26 at the Woodbridge Pool and Memorial Arena (5020 Hwy. 7) in the Community Room, any time from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., where residents are welcome to learn more about the trail extension, provide feedback and ask questions directly to the project team.

Residents can also provide feedback through an online survey until Thursday, Nov. 30.

The city is also taking this opportunity to enhance other elements of the park, including replacing the playground, adding a splashpad, building a new shade structure and adding educational/interpretive signage.

Work is anticipated to begin by spring 2025 and be completed by summer 2026, with improvements are being partially funded by the Province of Ontario.

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