Hume Park Master Plan

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Through the many phases of this project, we acknowledge that New Westminster is on the unceded and unsurrendered land of the Halkomelem speaking peoples. We acknowledge that colonialism has made invisible their histories and connections to the land. As a City, we are learning and building relationships with the people whose lands we are on.


Project Update, May 2022: On May 9, Council adopted the final Hume Park Master Plan! Click here to view the Council meeting recording, and click here to read the final plan.


Read the Engagement Results!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the final (Phase 3) online survey and throughout this project. Your input has been invaluable to developing the long-term master plan for Hume Park that meets the needs of the community. Click here to review the engagement summary report, and click here for the verbatim input report.

The finalized master plan report will be presented to City Council in May 2022.


ABOUT HUME PARK

Established in 1912, Hume Park is a 31.72 acre park located at 660 East Columbia Street in the Sapperton Neighbourhood. Its unique topography defines a distinct Lower Hume and Upper Hume Park and its variety of natural amenities and recreational facilities enable the park to serve as both a passive and active recreational destination while the Brunette River provides valuable aquatic and wildlife habitat. With ecologically sensitive areas, aging infrastructure and future adjacent development, Hume Park faces challenges to balance a variety of user needs and interests to continue to serve the community.


WHAT WE HOPE TO ACHIEVE

The Hume Park Master Plan will be a 20 year, long term vision for Hume Park that will provide direction to the Parks and Recreation Department by identifying priorities for implementation of improvements.

The purpose of the master plan study is to identify community priorities for the park while ensuring compatibility of current and future uses and efficiency of the overall park layout within the context of preserving ecologically sensitive areas along the Brunette River. With a community-vetted master plan in hand, the department will be well equipped to efficiently and effectively allocate future Capital Project funds as they become available.


WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

We will be posting project updates, Open House dates and other opportunities for feedback on this site so check back often.

You can also subscribe on STAY INFORMED to receive updates about the next opportunity to provide input.




Through the many phases of this project, we acknowledge that New Westminster is on the unceded and unsurrendered land of the Halkomelem speaking peoples. We acknowledge that colonialism has made invisible their histories and connections to the land. As a City, we are learning and building relationships with the people whose lands we are on.


Project Update, May 2022: On May 9, Council adopted the final Hume Park Master Plan! Click here to view the Council meeting recording, and click here to read the final plan.


Read the Engagement Results!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the final (Phase 3) online survey and throughout this project. Your input has been invaluable to developing the long-term master plan for Hume Park that meets the needs of the community. Click here to review the engagement summary report, and click here for the verbatim input report.

The finalized master plan report will be presented to City Council in May 2022.


ABOUT HUME PARK

Established in 1912, Hume Park is a 31.72 acre park located at 660 East Columbia Street in the Sapperton Neighbourhood. Its unique topography defines a distinct Lower Hume and Upper Hume Park and its variety of natural amenities and recreational facilities enable the park to serve as both a passive and active recreational destination while the Brunette River provides valuable aquatic and wildlife habitat. With ecologically sensitive areas, aging infrastructure and future adjacent development, Hume Park faces challenges to balance a variety of user needs and interests to continue to serve the community.


WHAT WE HOPE TO ACHIEVE

The Hume Park Master Plan will be a 20 year, long term vision for Hume Park that will provide direction to the Parks and Recreation Department by identifying priorities for implementation of improvements.

The purpose of the master plan study is to identify community priorities for the park while ensuring compatibility of current and future uses and efficiency of the overall park layout within the context of preserving ecologically sensitive areas along the Brunette River. With a community-vetted master plan in hand, the department will be well equipped to efficiently and effectively allocate future Capital Project funds as they become available.


WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

We will be posting project updates, Open House dates and other opportunities for feedback on this site so check back often.

You can also subscribe on STAY INFORMED to receive updates about the next opportunity to provide input.


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Tell Us About Hume Park

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Please tell us more about your personal experience of Hume Park. Use green pins to show us your favourite spots and red pins for areas you think could be changed or improved upon in the future.

Use the available pins (click 'Add Pin (+)' button), select a pin and drag it onto the map) to identify specific locations. In your comments, provide details on your pinned locations. You can even add an image.

If you haven't already, start by watching the open house presentation video and reviewing presentation slides in PDF for you to reference as you provide feedback.

And don't forget to take the survey!


CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded. Thank you to everyone who provided input.
Page last updated: 18 May 2022, 01:59 PM