In Progress

Family and children are a top priority for me. I am committed to improving our community public spaces within the Point Douglas Ward. Below are some of the projects that are in progress for redevelopment.  Keep coming back every now and then to see updates!

Finestone Park

The Finestone Park redevelopment was approved as part of the 2019 park redevelopment planning process and the design is now complete. The redevelopment will move forward to a Request for Proposals this spring and on to construction in the summer of 2019. The design includes a play structure and swings, new benches, a picnic table, new trees, and new pathways. For more information on how feedback was used to design the park, visit the City of Winnipeg website.

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Blue Bird/Lismore Park

Blue Bird Park was last redeveloped in 1999, therefore the park is due for an update. With the open greenspace at Lismore Park right beside it, this is a good time to think of the two greenspaces together and come up with ideas for what is needed in the community and the best way to address it in the available park spaces.

We want to hear from you!
The City wants to hear from you to help determine future park enhancements. Join us at a public workshop to discuss opportunities to better serve Blue Bird Park and Lismore Park users and the surrounding community.

Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Time:  6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Location: Brooklands School, 1950 Pacific Ave. W.
Format: Brief presentation at 6 p.m., followed by table discussions

Take the online survey to provide your input on future park enhancements. The survey will be open from September 10 to October 10, 2019.

If you have further questions or feedback, please contact the project team at  or 204-986-4243.

Giizhigooweyaabikwe Park

Continuing to have constant dialogue with community stakeholders to development a long term plan for the park.

Alderman John O'Hare Park

Continuing to have constant dialogue with the John O'Hare family to development a longer term plan for the park.