Completed in 2016 City project

Malton Village Park Redevelopment

Improvements to Malton Village Park include new paved pathways, accessible seating, new play equipment, and sports courts.


Concept of redeveloped park Concept of redeveloped park

Key dates

  • Reopened in spring 2016
  • Construction began in 2015
  • Construction is scheduled for completion October 2015.


9 Beverley Street
Mississauga, ON

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What initiated the project:

  • In 2011, the City of Mississauga purchased Our Lady of the Airways School site located to the west of the original park property
  • A place making exercise with the community in 2012 confirmed the need for a redevelopment plan with new facilities and park improvements
  • In 2013, the City hired a consultant to provide services for detailed park design and construction contract administration

Goals and objectives

The following facilities and improvements make this park more colourful, playful and inviting:

  • Paved pathways connect the main park elements and provide a walking loop (with painted distance markers every 100 metres) around the perimeter
  • Accessible seating and benches with shade options
  • Central gathering space with attractive shade structure
  • Children’s playground with new play equipment, swings, accessible elements, and sand play pit
  • Shade trees along pathways and native buffer planting
  • Redeveloped parking area for 38 cars and two accessible spaces
  • Two unlit tennis courts with surface painted in green and blue
  • Multi-purpose sport court includes bright colours on surface and two basketball hoops
  • Sand surface volleyball court with adjacent grassy berm for spectator seating
  • Open green space and ball diamond still remain
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