Eastview Park Splash Pad

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child sprayed with water by splash pad equipment

Thank you for helping us make a splash!

This consultation is complete

Thanks to the hundreds of community members who shared their thoughts on the initial design concepts, we are proud to release the final design for the Eastview Park splashpad.

The new splash pad will include a water recirculation system and on-demand activation switch that increases water efficiency, similar to one recently installed at Hanlon Creek Park. It also monitors water quality and uses less chemicals to treat the water.

You can read the engagement summary in our documents section.

Construction is expected to start in spring 2022 and be complete in time for seasonal splash pad openings in spring 2023.

The final vision for Eastview Park’s master plan will take shape over the next five years, starting with the installation of the 18-hole disc golf course in spring 2021 pending budget approval, followed by the splash pad and bike park facility.



We’re building a new splash pad at Eastview Park in 2022! The new splash pad will be built next to the playground and washroom facilities and will be fully accessible to all users.


Your feedback helps to to:

  • Choose between two splash pad designs
  • Select shade structures and seating
  • Share any accessibility ideas or concerns

We’ll use your feedback from the last round of engagement to finalize the design and share it with the community by December 2021.



Sustaining and building our future

The new splash pad will include a water recirculation system and on-demand activation switch that increases water efficiency. It also monitors water quality and requires fewer chemicals to treat the water.

Construction is expected to start in summer 2022 and be complete in time for seasonal splash pad openings in spring 2023.

photo of site taken from nearby parking lot indicating the footprint for the splashpad as well as the location of existing swings, playground, football fields, washroom amenity building and parking.


Pollinator Theme

Review the pollinator design overview here.

Oval splashpad with colourful flower shaped features and large shade structure with honeycomb holes throughout

The pollinator theme was selected to celebrate the existing Pollinator Park over the former landfill within Eastview Park. This theme incorporates flowers, bees, and butterflies and vibrant colours throughout the spray features. The shade structure incorporates a hexagonal honeycomb pattern cut into the roof that casts the same pattern as a shadow on the ground. Yellow was selected as the main colour for site furnishings to compliment the colours of the splash pad and the nearby washroom building. A landform berm along the east side helps to buffer the parking lot and contain children within the safe play space.

Features:

  • Pollinator themed splash pad equipment
  • Large shade structure with honeycomb pattern
  • Seating options including benches, armour stone seating, tables, and lounge chairs
  • Pathway connections to playground, washroom building, trails, and other amenities in Eastview Park
  • Shade trees
  • Landform berm to buffer parking lot from splash pad



Modern PlazaTheme

Review the Modern design overview here.

Square shaped splash pad area with sprinklers and individual picnic tables with shade umbrellas

The modern plaza theme was selected to compliment the existing washroom building which has clean angular lines and a modern aesthetic. This theme includes spray features that are abstract and sculptural. Rather than a large shade structure, this theme focuses on nodes for shade and seating, with a number of permanent steel umbrellas. Blue was selected as the main colour for site furnishings to compliment the colours of the splash pad and the nearby washroom building. A landform berm along the east side helps to buffer the parking lot and contain children within the safe play space.

Features:

  • modern themed splash pad equipment
  • A number of permanent steel umbrellas for shade nodes
  • Seating options including benches, a concrete seat wall, tables, and lounge chairs
  • Pathway connections to playground, washroom building, trails, and other amenities in Eastview Park
  • Shade trees
  • Landform berm to buffer parking lot from splash pad


For more information

Mallory Lemon, Parks Planner
Parks, Public Services
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension3560
mallory.lemon@guelph.ca

Thank you for helping us make a splash!

This consultation is complete

Thanks to the hundreds of community members who shared their thoughts on the initial design concepts, we are proud to release the final design for the Eastview Park splashpad.

The new splash pad will include a water recirculation system and on-demand activation switch that increases water efficiency, similar to one recently installed at Hanlon Creek Park. It also monitors water quality and uses less chemicals to treat the water.

You can read the engagement summary in our documents section.

Construction is expected to start in spring 2022 and be complete in time for seasonal splash pad openings in spring 2023.

The final vision for Eastview Park’s master plan will take shape over the next five years, starting with the installation of the 18-hole disc golf course in spring 2021 pending budget approval, followed by the splash pad and bike park facility.



We’re building a new splash pad at Eastview Park in 2022! The new splash pad will be built next to the playground and washroom facilities and will be fully accessible to all users.


Your feedback helps to to:

  • Choose between two splash pad designs
  • Select shade structures and seating
  • Share any accessibility ideas or concerns

We’ll use your feedback from the last round of engagement to finalize the design and share it with the community by December 2021.



Sustaining and building our future

The new splash pad will include a water recirculation system and on-demand activation switch that increases water efficiency. It also monitors water quality and requires fewer chemicals to treat the water.

Construction is expected to start in summer 2022 and be complete in time for seasonal splash pad openings in spring 2023.

photo of site taken from nearby parking lot indicating the footprint for the splashpad as well as the location of existing swings, playground, football fields, washroom amenity building and parking.


Pollinator Theme

Review the pollinator design overview here.

Oval splashpad with colourful flower shaped features and large shade structure with honeycomb holes throughout

The pollinator theme was selected to celebrate the existing Pollinator Park over the former landfill within Eastview Park. This theme incorporates flowers, bees, and butterflies and vibrant colours throughout the spray features. The shade structure incorporates a hexagonal honeycomb pattern cut into the roof that casts the same pattern as a shadow on the ground. Yellow was selected as the main colour for site furnishings to compliment the colours of the splash pad and the nearby washroom building. A landform berm along the east side helps to buffer the parking lot and contain children within the safe play space.

Features:

  • Pollinator themed splash pad equipment
  • Large shade structure with honeycomb pattern
  • Seating options including benches, armour stone seating, tables, and lounge chairs
  • Pathway connections to playground, washroom building, trails, and other amenities in Eastview Park
  • Shade trees
  • Landform berm to buffer parking lot from splash pad



Modern PlazaTheme

Review the Modern design overview here.

Square shaped splash pad area with sprinklers and individual picnic tables with shade umbrellas

The modern plaza theme was selected to compliment the existing washroom building which has clean angular lines and a modern aesthetic. This theme includes spray features that are abstract and sculptural. Rather than a large shade structure, this theme focuses on nodes for shade and seating, with a number of permanent steel umbrellas. Blue was selected as the main colour for site furnishings to compliment the colours of the splash pad and the nearby washroom building. A landform berm along the east side helps to buffer the parking lot and contain children within the safe play space.

Features:

  • modern themed splash pad equipment
  • A number of permanent steel umbrellas for shade nodes
  • Seating options including benches, a concrete seat wall, tables, and lounge chairs
  • Pathway connections to playground, washroom building, trails, and other amenities in Eastview Park
  • Shade trees
  • Landform berm to buffer parking lot from splash pad


For more information

Mallory Lemon, Parks Planner
Parks, Public Services
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension3560
mallory.lemon@guelph.ca

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    Help us design a splash pad for Eastview Community Park.

    Review the two design concepts for the future splash pad and vote on your preferred concept. You can also share your ideas about the features and provide comments to us. We’ll use that feedback to help create one final splash pad concept that we'll share with you later this fall.



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