Lakeview Park Playground & Splash Pad Redvelopment

The City of Oshawa is looking for your input on the redevelopment of Lakeview Park’s playground and splash pad.

The vision for the new Lakeview Park playground and splash pad includes accessible, unique play experiences, multi-sensory features and themed elements.

Community members are invited to review the playground and splash pad concept plan, proposed elements and site features, and share input:

  • Here on Connect Oshawa;
  • On paper at Service Oshawa (50 Centre St. S.); and,
  • In-person at one of three Open Houses, where attendees can learn more about the project, chat with the consultant team and City staff and provide feedback. The Open Houses will run between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on the following dates:
    • Tuesday, November 12 in Meeting Rooms 1 & 2 at South Oshawa Community Centre (1455 Cedar St.)
    • Thursday, November 14 in Meeting Rooms 4 & 5 at Civic Recreation Complex (99 Thornton Rd. S.)
    • Tuesday, November 19 in the Leisure Room at Delpark Homes Centre (formerly Legends Centre) (1661 Harmony Rd. N.)

Feedback will be received until 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 5 and will be considered in the development of conceptual designs for the playground and splash pad. The detail design will be presented to Community Services Committee in early 2020, with construction tentatively scheduled to take place the same year.

The Lakeview Park splash pad redevelopment comes as a recommendation of the Parks, Recreation, Library and Culture Facility Needs Assessment (2015) to complement the City’s vision for the waterfront.

For updates on the project following the consultation visit the Lakeview Park Playground and Splash Pad Redevelopment webpage.

The City of Oshawa is looking for your input on the redevelopment of Lakeview Park’s playground and splash pad.

The vision for the new Lakeview Park playground and splash pad includes accessible, unique play experiences, multi-sensory features and themed elements.

Community members are invited to review the playground and splash pad concept plan, proposed elements and site features, and share input:

  • Here on Connect Oshawa;
  • On paper at Service Oshawa (50 Centre St. S.); and,
  • In-person at one of three Open Houses, where attendees can learn more about the project, chat with the consultant team and City staff and provide feedback. The Open Houses will run between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on the following dates:
    • Tuesday, November 12 in Meeting Rooms 1 & 2 at South Oshawa Community Centre (1455 Cedar St.)
    • Thursday, November 14 in Meeting Rooms 4 & 5 at Civic Recreation Complex (99 Thornton Rd. S.)
    • Tuesday, November 19 in the Leisure Room at Delpark Homes Centre (formerly Legends Centre) (1661 Harmony Rd. N.)

Feedback will be received until 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 5 and will be considered in the development of conceptual designs for the playground and splash pad. The detail design will be presented to Community Services Committee in early 2020, with construction tentatively scheduled to take place the same year.

The Lakeview Park splash pad redevelopment comes as a recommendation of the Parks, Recreation, Library and Culture Facility Needs Assessment (2015) to complement the City’s vision for the waterfront.

For updates on the project following the consultation visit the Lakeview Park Playground and Splash Pad Redevelopment webpage.

Have a question about the Lakeview Park Playground & Splash Pad Redevelopment? Ask it here! We'll do our best to get back to you in two business days.

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  • Also wondering of you would also consider putting a splash pad at either bathe park or east view boys and girls club. Were more centrally located and dont have a single splash pad close by useless we want to travel to the lake or to the north end.

    AndreaDevitt asked 8 days ago

    The City does have cooling stations located at Easton Park and Rotary Park which are centrally located. The City is also applying for an infrastructure grant which, if successful,  will redevelop and expand the City’s Splash Pad program. Bathe Park and East View Park are unfortunately not warranted as locations needing new splash pads at this time.


  • I wonder why you have to change the park? It is lovely the way it is...

    caroltraviss asked 10 days ago

    The park’s Playground and Splash Pad are at the end of their serviceable life and need to be replaced.

  • Are you also making plans to update the food area?

    AC67 asked 13 days ago

    Hi AC67, thank you for your question. Lakeview Park's Playground and Splash Pad are the main focus of this project, however adjacent amenities, such as the food area, will be considered in the design should there be budget availability.