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Fred Halliday Park

The City is proposing park improvements to Fred Halliday Park.

Overview

The City is proposing adding outdoor fitness equipment to Fred Halliday Park (Ward 1). Funding by the Government of Canada has been allocated for this project by the Ward 1 Councillor. The park improvements are expected to be completed in 2022.

The outdoor fitness area will include the following features:

  • Stationary fitness equipment
  • Instructional exercise signage
  • Safety surfacing
  • Accessible connections to existing park trails

These improvements will enhance visitors’ experiences in the park and provide outdoor recreation and fitness opportunities in support of active lifestyles. Outdoor fitness is a supported use within the City’s Parks and Forestry Future Directions Master Plan (2019).

Park rendering of proposed changes Note: layout is subject to change.

View full rendering of the proposed park addition.

 

Click to view examples of fitness equipment.

Questions and answers

Construction is scheduled for 2022.

The park will remain open during construction.

Outdoor fitness areas are open year round.

The City has implemented over 30 outdoor fitness areas across Mississauga. Find locations.

Outdoor fitness areas in parks are available to everyone and increase opportunities for physical fitness, in support of active lifestyles.

Yes, there are several transit stops close to this trail. Visit triplinx.ca to plan your trip or to locate transit stops.

Project contact

For more information on the proposed park improvements, please call 311 (905-615-4311 from outside Mississauga).

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