Park Development

Park Development
Parks, Recreation & Culture strives to provide residents with parks, trails and other recreation facilities that are:
  • thoughtfully designed
  • well maintained
  • meet the needs of our community
We do this by building new parks and improving our existing parks.

To view our Completed Projects, please visit our projects page.
  1. 241A ST & 112 Ave Park
  2. Albion Park Playground Replacement
  3. Camwood Park Playground Replacement
  4. Firefighters Park
  5. Lions Park Playground Replacement
  6. Maple Ridge Park Dog Off-Leash Expansion
  7. Silver Valley Gathering Place
  8. Thornhill Park Playgound Replacement
  9. Thornhill Trails Study
  10. Whonnock Lake Park Improvements

Updated Timeline

In Spring of this year we collected community feedback on the concept plan for a new park at 241A Street in the Albion area. 

From the neighbourhood feedback we received on the preliminary concept plan and to deliver a complete neighbourhood park with the full range of amenities requested to serve this area of our growing community, we recognized the park development funding would need to be bolstered to realize this greater park vision. With this in mind we are re-assessing the budget funding and have made an application for a grant towards the park construction. We are currently awaiting a grant funding announcement.

An updated concept plan will be shared with the community when the scope of the project has been confirmed. Construction is anticipated to start in 2022.

Concept Plan Community Consultation Period

The Maple Ridge Parks, Recreation & Culture department hosted the second phase of community consultation for the design of a new neighbourhood park at 241A St & 112 Ave.

Residents were encouraged to review the Park Concept Plan and provide their feedback from March 8 to March 22. This plan was developed based on the desired amenities and programming that came out of the first community consultation. Thank you for all the comments, these will be use to further refine the park design.

Questions and comments can also be directed to Melissa Coderre, Parks Planning Technician, at 604 467-7466 or by email to

Community Consultation Results

Participants expressed that the park should be a space for youth in the neighborhood, with amenities for younger children and teens.

The top 5 amenities requested by you:
  1. Playgrounds & Swings
  2. Walking Pathways
  3. Open Lawn Area
  4. Picnic Area
  5. Basketball/Hockey Court
When asked to specify other amenities not listed on the survey, participants most often asked for the following:
  1. Water Play
  2. Features and design to increase walkability to and from the park
  3. Bike Park
  4. Safety features to secure the park
The next steps for our team will be to develop a park concept plan based on the feedback we've received. Please note that while all requested amenities will be considered, not all can be accommodated in the park plan.

Community Consultation

As part of the community consultation process we invited your feedback from October 1 to October 26, 2020. Through this time we’ve received nearly 140 comment form submissions. Thank you for your interest and feedback in this park development process.

Project Description

The Maple Ridge Parks, Recreation & Culture department will be engaging with the community to gather public feedback on the proposed new neighbourhood park at the south east corner of 241 A Street and 112 Avenue. We would like to hear from you on what desired amenities and features you would like to see in this neighbourhood park.

Due to Covid-19 we are encouraged residents to review the information panels and submit an online comment form to leave feedback regarding this project. We invited your feedback from October 1 to October 26, 2020
Questions and comments can also be directed to Chad Neufeld, Manager of Parks Planning & Development, at 604 467-7338 (ext. 2) or by email to

Project Location

South east corner of 241A Street and 112 Avenue Project Location Map (PDF)