Grange Park Toronto Canada

Welcome

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 generously supported by The W. Garfield Weston Foundation and the City of Toronto.

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Updates

Project Update – June 6

See images of the project’s progress

The new south walkway is now open and looking fabulous! The landscaped areas adjacent to the south walkway will remain behind construction fencing for another 3-4 weeks to enable their full rooting.

You will be able to access the front entrance of University Settlement from the south walkway and from Grange Road.

The temporary park area on Beverley Street is now closed to become part of the construction zone. All other areas of Grange Park will remain closed for construction activity.

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Project Update – May 30

The project is making good progress and we are on track to move into the next phase. This means the following changes:

• The new south walkway will open to the public from Stephanie Street on May 31. You will be able to access the front entrance of University Settlement from the south walkway and from Grange Road.
• The benches and picnic tables currently in the open area of the park on Beverley Street will be moved to the south walkway. New furniture will be installed in the south walkway area in 2017 near the end of the project.
• The landscaped areas adjacent to the south walkway (trees and new sod) will remain behind construction fencing for another 3-4 weeks to enable their full rooting.
• The temporary park area on Beverley Street will close to the public on May 31. This area will become part of the construction zone.
• All other areas of Grange Park will remain closed for construction activity

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