Park Planning and Development Process

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Who Lives in the Neighbourhood?

The following statistics provide a brief overview of the people who live in the High Point Ridge subdivision.

Neighbourhood Population % by Age Group (2018)

Neighbourhood Youth Population # by Age Group (2018)


Thirty-five residents attended the September 25, 2018 workshop at Morning Gate Church; preliminary ideas coming out of this workshop are summarized in the images below.

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What is a Neighbourhood Park?

This consultation process will result in a plan for a new neighbourhood park serving the High Point Ridge subdivision.  A neighbourhood park is a local park within walking distance (750m) of a residential neighbourhood; it is a recreational and social focal point, providing space for gathering, informal activity, and play.  Examples of neighbourhood parks in the City of Fredericton are Reading Street Park and Lincoln Heights Park.


As a next step in the public consultation process, the city is asking interested residents to participate in the following brief survey.  The survey questions are informed by the ideas gathered during the public workshop in September.  Your participation will provide us with valuable information relative to where, when, and how you would like to recreate in the new park.  We thank you for your time and assistance!

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From what street(s) will members of your household most frequently access the new park?
How will members of your household get to the new park?
What times of day will members of your household most frequently visit the park?
Which five neighbourhood park activities are most important to members of your household?
Which five neighbourhood park amenities are most important to members of your household?