Residents have their say at a Park Board open house
BY DEANNA CHENG
The City of Vancouver worked with local residents last month on developing a master plan to improve the Renfrew Ravine and the community park.
On November 15, about 30 people showed up to the open house and workshop at Firehall No. 15. They reviewed panels that stated the goal of the master plan is to increase recreational opportunities while preserving and enhancing wildlife habitat.
A few suggestions were to update the playground, create a community garden and more gathering/event spaces, and improve trail connections and accessibility to those trails.
The workshop was designed to gather community feedback and to figure out which amenities to put in and which ones to remove, said Ben Mulhall, landscape designer at Catherine Berris Associates.
The Park Board was pleased with the number of community members who attended and participated in the…
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