Officers' Square Revitalization Plan

Fredericton City Council has chosen a revised conceptual plan to revitalize Officers’ Square that will conserve eight large, mature trees in the National Historic Site.

The revised Plan protects large mature trees along Queen Street, doubles the amount of trees in the Square, introduces tree protection zones, reinstates the ornamental cast-iron fence, creates a smaller skating surface, and expands green spaces.  Original plan features like the Great Lawn, performances stages, play area, a water feature, and a multi-use plaza for events and parking will also remain.


Conceptual Drawings

How Officers' Square will likely look in 15 years.

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About the Garrison District Master Plan

The Garrison District Master Plan provides a high-level guiding vision for the future of the Garrison District, recognized as one of Atlantic Canada’s most important cultural tourism public spaces. It has been developed in consultation with various stakeholders active in the Garrison District including, landowners, the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, Downtown Fredericton Inc., museums, heritage groups, and festival organizers.