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Parks and Open Space

Happyland Park Playground Renewal

Happyland Park is a community park as well as an attraction for many Winnipeggers. The Park has a range of activities, including a pool, disc golf course, a play structure and a skateboarding area. The Happyland Park play structure was built over 20 years ago and was in need of replacement. In late 2016, the City of Winnipeg engaged with the public about the planned upgrades to the play structure.

Improvements to the park and play structure include new timber edging and wood fiber safety surfacing, new play equipment for children ages 2-5 and 5-12, new swing set, new granular pathway and seating areas, new sandbox with play sand, new benches, new accessible picnic table, new regular picnic table, new park sign, new BBQ/ firepits, new waste receptacles, new bike rack, new trees.


Engage

The Happyland Park project is now complete. Thank you to all who attended the Happyland Park Playground Renewal information session on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 and submitted a survey online or in-person. A public engagement report summarizing what we heard is now available. Input from stakeholder meetings and the public information session was used to develop the request for proposals for the design-build contract and will continue to be considered in future development of the park.

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Documents

Document Name Date Type
Information Session Invitation 2016-11-21 Community Letters
Information Session News Release 2016-11-21 News Release
Happyland Park Open House Boards 2016-11-21 Story Boards
Open House Welcome Board 2016-11-21 Story Boards
Public Engagement Summary 2017-05-30 Report
Request for Proposal 2017-05-30 Miscellaneous Communications
Example of Play Structure 2017-08-04 Technical Drawings
Proposed Plan - East Side 2017-08-04 Technical Drawings
Proposed Plan - West Side 2017-08-04 Technical Drawings

Maps

Happyland Park Map

Related Links

Last update: July 3, 2018
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Did you know that when you register your child for a sport at a local community centre, a portion of the registration fee is used to:

Aerate, top dress, and fertilize soccer, baseball and football pitches? The fee only contributes to approximately 50% of the total cost of these services.

This youth athletic fee is already included in your registration fee, and is approximately $10 per participant.

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