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Serson Park improvements

The City is proposing park improvements to Serson Park

Overview

The City is proposing park improvements to Serson 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 proposed park life-cycle replacements and improvements will include the following:

  • Playground surface replacement
  • Upgrading the existing splash pad
  • Relocation of the basketball court
  • 2 new pickle ball courts
  • Pathway realignment

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

Virtual community meeting

A virtual community meeting on the park’s redevelopment will take place Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at 6:30 pm.

To RSVP please email Stephen.dasko@mississauga.ca or call 905-896-5100.

Rendering of proposed life-cycle replacement and improvement work
Rendering of proposed life-cycle replacement and improvement work

Questions and answers

Construction is scheduled for 2022.

The portion of the park subject to construction improvements will be closed during construction. However, the sports fields at this park will remain open.

The existing basketball court’s surface will be restored with sod for passive use. A new, 3-on-3 basketball court will be added in a different location within the park.

No, a tennis court is not proposed. The two proposed courts are to be dedicated for pickleball and lined specifically for pickleball.

The playground will be resurfaced with engineered wood fibre to improve accessibility. The existing playground equipment will remain.

The splash pad will be upgraded to include new surfacing and spray jets.

The ice rink will remain in its current location. No changes will be made.

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).

Parks and Forestry Master Plan

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