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This year, the Town of Milton is investing over $3.7 million to design, enhance and build local parks and continue to make Milton a Place of Possibility.

Creating quality and accessible parks for residents and families to gather, play, and enjoy is a priority for Milton. Each year, the Town expands and enhances its park inventory, through new park development and redevelopment.

In 2022, one new park development, Walker Neighbourhood Park, and two park redevelopments, Baldwin Park and Chris Hadfield Park are going through the design process. Community engagement for these parks will launch later this spring.

Additionally, Milton continues investing in the community with the following parks undergoing the construction process this year:

  • Cobban Neighbourhood Park (spring/summer/fall)
  • Omagh Park (spring/summer)
  • Moorelands Park (late summer/fall)

In addition, four parks are also undergoing various minor upgrades this year such as community garden expansion, tennis court enhancements, drainage improvements and new in-ground waste containers.

The Town of Milton develops new parks while also investing in upgrades and improvements to existing parks and open spaces. As part of Milton’s long-term planning, Milton Council approves park development and redevelopment projects annually through the capital budget.

For a full listing of ongoing park projects, information about the development process and to get involved in this year’s design projects, visit the park development web page.


“Investing in neighbourhood parks helps support our vision of being a thriving, green and inclusive community. By continuing to develop and improve parks, we are giving residents access to more green spaces, where they can be social, active and connect with nature.”

Mayor Gord Krantz
Town of Milton

“The Town takes pride in creating shared outdoor spaces for residents and visitors to enjoy. As Milton grows and develops, parks play an important role in our community and neighbourhoods. We look forward to continue building and designing parks for the community, with the community mind.”

- Kristene Scott
Commissioner, Community Services, Town of Milton

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