ABOUT THE PROJECT
A parks bylaw is a set of rules to regulate the actions and behaviours of park users. These rules are intended to protect park assets, promote safety and provide a safe and enjoyable experience for park users.
The Parks and Pathway Bylaw was last reviewed in 2003 – almost 15 years ago. Since then the way we use parks has evolved. For example, in recent years goats have been introduced to our parks to help manage weeds, Segways have been seen on pathways and new technologies, such as drones, have become more commonplace.
As part of our Bylaw review, we have gathered information and ideas from reports, surveys, 3-1-1 calls and best practices from other cities as well as input from you.
Thank you to everyone who provided input, public engagement is now closed. For a summary of everything we heard see the what we heard what we heard report.
PROVIDE YOUR INPUT
Thank you to everyone who shared their input, engagement is now closed. Please watch this site for the What we heard report.
Your input will help us to shape the revised Bylaw. It will also help us to identify areas that might require additional engagement with the community.
Thank you to everyone who provided input. For a summary of everything we heard see the what we heard what we heard report. Please watch this page for any future updates.