City to Seek Input on Designs for Kingston East Community Centre

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The City will be conducting an open house and online survey next month to collect feedback on two design concepts for the Kingston East Community Centre.

Input from residents gathered in 2016 were incorporated into these draft designs with construction beginning later this year and expected to finish in 2020.

The new 20,000 square foot community centre to be built at Highway 15 & Grenadier Drive will feature a full-sized gymnasium and meeting and program spaces.


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“We all want the Kingston East Community Centre to be a bustling hive of healthy activity in the east end when it opens,” said Adam McCluskey, manager, recreation facilities, in a release. “This is a great opportunity for everyone who is going to use this new community space to help shape it,” .

To view and provide opinions about the two proposed design concepts, residents will be offered an online survey at the City’s “Get Involved” page to be submitted between February 15 and March 8 at 4:30pm.

There will also be an open house on February 15 between 6pm and 8pm at La Salle Secondary School. Children are welcome to attend this open house and activity bags with coloring books, crayons and activities will be available.

More information about the Kingston East Community Centre can be found at CityofKingston.ca/KingstonEast.