This website has been created by the Grange Park Advisory Committee (GPAC) to share information about Grange Park and its revitalization project.
Grange Park is a beautiful and historic green space located between Beverley and McCaul Streets, south of Dundas. Like many inner city parks, it is in need of special care to return it to its natural beauty. The local community has taken the lead to work with the Art Gallery of Ontario, the City of Toronto and other neighbouring organizations to restore and revitalize Grange Park.
The Grange Park revitalization project is making great progress to date:
• NEW! Check out the project’s progress with photos on the Grange Park website – www.grangeparktoronto.ca/revitalization-project/project-timeline
• South promenade: the new promenade leading north from John and Stephanie Streets is taking shape with the installation of paving stones
• East-west path: The site for the new east-west path is being graded and the cement curbs are being poured.
• Storm sewer: installation of the pipes for the storm sewer is complete
• Washrooms/maintenance building (southeast side): foundations are continuing to be poured for these buildings
• General: the site continues to be regraded to enable effective water run-off, etc.
The first new trees have arrived! Scarlet Oaks are being planted this week in the south promenade area. Below is a brief update on the project’s progress: