Grange Park Toronto Canada

Project Timeline

View images of the project’s progress.

 

The Grange Park revitalization project began in March 2016 and is scheduled for completion by Summer 2017. We are committed to keep a portion of the park open to the public during the construction period. The project will be done in 4 phases to ensure that 22,000-37,000 square feet of the park will be available to the public during construction:

Phase 1: March 21 – 25, 2016 (1 week)
What’s Open/Closed/Happening (83 KB PDF)
Site Map (260 KB PDF)

Phase 2: March 28 – May 30, 2016 (8 weeks)
What’s Open/Closed/Happening (85 KB PDF)
Site Map (263 KB PDF)

Phase 3: May 30 – July 15, 2016 (6 weeks)
What’s Open/Closed/Happening (85 KB PDF)
Site Map (257 KB PDF)

Phase 4: August 20, 2016 – June 2017 (10 months)
What’s Open/Closed/Happening (85 KB PDF)
Site Map (257 KB PDF)

Note: Dates are subject to change

 

We thank our neighbours for their patience and understanding as we work to complete this exciting project! Below is a selection of parks, playgrounds and greenspaces that are available in the neighbourhood while Grange Park is under construction:

Parks with playgrounds:

Alexandra Park

Bellevue Square Park
5 Bellevue (off Augusta Avenue north of Dundas Street West)

Randy Padmore Park

Margaret Fairley Park

Julius Deutsch Park
40 Cecil Street (near Huron Street)

Nathan Phillips Square
Toronto City Hall

Sonya’s Parkette

St. Andrews Playground
450 Adelaide Street West (near Brant Street)

Nearby green spaces:

St. Patrick’s Square
(north of Renfrew Place between John and McCaul Streets)

McCaul-Orde Park
(South east corner of McCaul and Orde Streets)

Lillian H. Smith Park (behind Lillian H. Smith Library)
180 Huron Street (south of College Street).

Glasgow Street Parkette
Glasgow Street north of Cecil Street

Click here for a map of park locations.