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Thank you to the over 900 people who took the time to respond to this survey and provide feedback! The Engagement Summary Report is now live! Check it out to learn what residents had to say about the new park.


Glenmore Recreation Park is a 11.5 hectare park at 289 Valley Road in the Glenmore neighbourhood.

Planning for the park was initiated in 2005, landing on a site in 2009 and receiving approval from the Agricultural Land Commission for the use in 2011. In 2016, a Master Plan for the Glenmore Recreation Park was prepared. Phases 1 through 3 were built from 2017 to 2021, including two sports fields, a fenced off-leash dog park, a cricket pitch, a parking lot and a stormwater detention pond. At this point, approximately half of the park area has been constructed. The remaining work includes an Activity Centre, artificial turf field, sports courts, restoration of the ALR (Agriculture Land Reserve) Buffer and the Brandts Creek Riparian Area, a splash park, playground, skate park and other community park amenities.


Public engagement took place in early 2023 to support further development of the Schematic Design, with construction starting early in 2024.

Glenmore Recreation Park will play a critical role as both a community-level and recreation-level park by accommodating active sports and events as well as community and wellness-based recreation. Glenmore Recreation Park is intended to complement the existing park system, including the other community recreation facilities parks in Rutland, Mission, and Parkinson Recreation Parks. Upper Glenmore is served by a chain of neighbourhood parks along Brandt’s Creek.

Provision of this park will address strong demand for city-wide sports fields, recreation facilities and community amenities for Glenmore. The parcel is within the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) and will operate as a park under a Non-Farm Use Approval.


Glenmore Recreation Park Survey - CLOSED

CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

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