Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan

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The City is looking for your feedback on the first Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. The plan will provide a framework to help the City determine what municipal parks and recreation facilities we will need in the next ten years to serve the needs of residents. This master plan will be part of the City’s New Official Plan, which will be adopted in October.

Get Involved

Tell us how your household uses parks, outdoor and indoor recreation facilities in your community, how satisfied you are with existing facilities and what you would like to see in the future by filling out the surveys below:

  • Parks and Outdoor Recreation Facilities survey: open now until Sunday, February 21
  • Indoor Recreation Facilities survey: open now until Friday, March 12

Please answer questions based on your pre-pandemic use of parks and facilities.

If you require special accommodation, you can email Selma.Hassan@ottawa.ca or call 613-580-2424, extension 25192 for assistance. Thank you for your interest in the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan and please subscribe to the DiscoverRec newsletter for project updates!

*NEW*

The City will be holding six online facilitated consultation sessions. To participate, please resister for one of the sessions below:

All sessions, including the presentation and breakout discussion, will be offered in English and French. Upon registration, registrants will indicate their preferred language and they will receive a link for either the English or French session.

The February 24th session will be co-hosted by Ottawa Sport Council and will focus on sports fields and the wide range of outdoor and indoor sports courts and amenities and the needs of sport clubs and organizations.

If you require a disability related accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact 613-580-2424 ext. 25192 or RCFS-PublicEngagement@ottawa.ca. For deaf community members, our facilitators can engage using Canada Video Relay Service or via the chat within the meeting.

The City is looking for your feedback on the first Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. The plan will provide a framework to help the City determine what municipal parks and recreation facilities we will need in the next ten years to serve the needs of residents. This master plan will be part of the City’s New Official Plan, which will be adopted in October.

Get Involved

Tell us how your household uses parks, outdoor and indoor recreation facilities in your community, how satisfied you are with existing facilities and what you would like to see in the future by filling out the surveys below:

  • Parks and Outdoor Recreation Facilities survey: open now until Sunday, February 21
  • Indoor Recreation Facilities survey: open now until Friday, March 12

Please answer questions based on your pre-pandemic use of parks and facilities.

If you require special accommodation, you can email Selma.Hassan@ottawa.ca or call 613-580-2424, extension 25192 for assistance. Thank you for your interest in the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan and please subscribe to the DiscoverRec newsletter for project updates!

*NEW*

The City will be holding six online facilitated consultation sessions. To participate, please resister for one of the sessions below:

All sessions, including the presentation and breakout discussion, will be offered in English and French. Upon registration, registrants will indicate their preferred language and they will receive a link for either the English or French session.

The February 24th session will be co-hosted by Ottawa Sport Council and will focus on sports fields and the wide range of outdoor and indoor sports courts and amenities and the needs of sport clubs and organizations.

If you require a disability related accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact 613-580-2424 ext. 25192 or RCFS-PublicEngagement@ottawa.ca. For deaf community members, our facilitators can engage using Canada Video Relay Service or via the chat within the meeting.