Bingham Park

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The City is looking for your help to improve Bingham Park. Bingham Park is a 0.68 hectare park located in Ward 12 Rideau-Vanier. It is bordered between Bolton St., Cathcart St. and Dalhousie St. The park’s municipal address is 145 Cathcart Street. Existing park amenities include a tennis court, wading pool, play equipment, site furniture, service building, community flower garden, seasonal outdoor rink, baseball diamond, pathways, open greenspace, public art fencing, trees and landscaping.

The City is conducting a three-step public consultation process for the park design.

Step 1 - We are requesting the public’s input as to how they are currently using the park amenities. What amenities they are happy with as well as which ones they would like changed, added or replaced. Below is the survey prepared by the Friends of Bingham Park Committee in 2018. At this time, we invite you to fill out the survey to assist in either validating the 2018 data or identify emerging trends since the initial survey was distributed.

Step 2 - Residents are invited to join an online open house with Councillor Fleury and the Friends of Bingham Park Committee to discuss the results of the survey and prioritize the requested changes / improvements.

When: Feb 24, 2022 18:30 Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqc-ChrjgoGN0huQvkIEb31YEDL9oHMASh

Step 3 - Residents will be invited to provide comments, through Engage Ottawa, on the preliminary concept design that will be prepared using the input received by the community during steps 1 and 2.



The City is looking for your help to improve Bingham Park. Bingham Park is a 0.68 hectare park located in Ward 12 Rideau-Vanier. It is bordered between Bolton St., Cathcart St. and Dalhousie St. The park’s municipal address is 145 Cathcart Street. Existing park amenities include a tennis court, wading pool, play equipment, site furniture, service building, community flower garden, seasonal outdoor rink, baseball diamond, pathways, open greenspace, public art fencing, trees and landscaping.

The City is conducting a three-step public consultation process for the park design.

Step 1 - We are requesting the public’s input as to how they are currently using the park amenities. What amenities they are happy with as well as which ones they would like changed, added or replaced. Below is the survey prepared by the Friends of Bingham Park Committee in 2018. At this time, we invite you to fill out the survey to assist in either validating the 2018 data or identify emerging trends since the initial survey was distributed.

Step 2 - Residents are invited to join an online open house with Councillor Fleury and the Friends of Bingham Park Committee to discuss the results of the survey and prioritize the requested changes / improvements.

When: Feb 24, 2022 18:30 Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqc-ChrjgoGN0huQvkIEb31YEDL9oHMASh

Step 3 - Residents will be invited to provide comments, through Engage Ottawa, on the preliminary concept design that will be prepared using the input received by the community during steps 1 and 2.



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