City Invites Residents to Public Workshop on High Point Ridge Neighbourhood Park Space

The City of Fredericton is seeking input from residents at a public working session to discuss the next steps in the development of a new neighbourhood park space in the Morning Gate Drive area of the City.  The meeting will be held Tuesday, February 26 at the Morning Gate Church, 74 Morning Gate Drive from 7-9pm.

The meeting, hosted by Coun. Henri Mallet, City Councillor for Ward 12 (Silverwood / Garden Creek), will serve as the guiding vision for phase two of planning for this park space. 

Residents will be briefed on the planning process thus far, including an update on findings from a recent public survey conducted in December 2018 & January 2019.  Over 100 residents completed the online survey and shared input, ideas, and forward thinking initiatives that have helped to steer the project consultants towards the current vision for the park. 

A working session where residents are asked to prioritize and discuss potential amenities and design elements of the park will follow. 

Findings and public feedback from this working session will form the basis of final planning around the future plan.

Those wishing to inform themselves on the public planning process to date, including a review of submitted ideas from the public, can visit the City’s website at www.fredericton.ca/parkplans

The City looks forward to exploring your thoughts at this important session. For more information, contact the City Clerk’s Office at 506-460-2857 or cityclerk@fredericton.ca.