Belle Park Pop-Up Event to Display Proposed Master Plan Concepts

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The public is invited to review proposed concepts for Belle Park and offer feedback on the plan at a Wednesday afternoon pop-up event.

Some areas of the park will be naturalized in the proposed design while other areas will be used for activities that include rugby, Pickleball, walking and practicing golf skills.

“This is a pop-up engagement opportunity for those who would like to take a look, or another look, at these concepts that show the planned uses for different areas of Belle Park,” said Adam McCluskey, recreation facilities manager, in a City release.


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The pop-up will be held in the park at 731 Montreal St. outside the club house between 1pm and 2pm on Wednesday, June 6. Dogs and children are welcome and activity bags will be available.

Interested community members who are unable to attend the pop up event can complete an online survey to provide feedback on the proposal at GetInvolved.CityofKingston.ca. This survey’s deadline for submissions has been extended to 4:30pm on Friday, June 8.

Learn more about the proposal at the Belle Park Master Plan page in the City of Kingston website’s Projects section.


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