Wednesday, October 31, 2018

First Look at Proposed Enhancements for Brydon Park

One of the keys to creating a happy, healthy, and safe community is by having great public spaces. Having great public spaces is critical in higher density neighbourhoods where people have limited or no private green space.

The Brydon area in the Nicomekl neighbourhood west of 200th Street is undergoing a transformation from an area with primarily single-family housing, into an area that is mostly townhouses and apartments. The neighbourhood’s Brydon Park is in the planning stages for its transformation from a mostly passive park, into a park with high-quality amenities to serve this growing area.

Langley City is hosting an open house to get feedback on the proposed design. The park will be built-out in two phases. Phase one will be built, pending budget approval, within the next few years. Phase two will be built in the next three to five years. The following images show the proposed design for the park.

Proposed design for Brydon Park in phase one. Select image to enlarge.

Phase one is proposed to include a:

  • Water play area
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Group picnic area with picnic shelters
  • Community table
  • New washroom building
  • Outdoor fitness equipment area
  • Dog off-leash area
  • Perimeter trail lined with trees

Proposed design for Brydon Park in phase two (option one.) Select image to enlarge.

Proposed design for Brydon Park in phase two (option two.) Select image to enlarge.

Phase two is proposed to include an additional:

  • Youth activity and social area
  • Sports court
  • Enhanced play area for children with social area for parents (option two only)

The enhanced play area in option two would be accommodated by relocating the existing playground equipment.

The open house is scheduled for:
Date: November 14, 2018
Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: CKF Room, Langley City Hall, 20399 Douglas Crescent

If you are unable to attend the open housing, please visit the City’s website after November 14th for other ways to submit your feedback.

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