The Lake Wilcox shoreline is getting a makeover! The master plan includes:
A waterfront promenade - now open!
A new splash pad, washrooms and parking lot - opening spring 2016
A youth area - public consultation and design underway
Redevelopment of the Canoe Club area - Scheduled for 2021
Lake Wilcox Park Master Plan
Lake Wilcox Park Overall Master Plan [PDF]
Lake Wilcox Park Waterfront Promenade Plan [PDF]
Lake Wilcox Park Design Features [PDF]
We're planning to create a unique space for youth (ages 13 to 19) at the south end of Lake Wilcox Park. It is expected to include a skatepark, 4 beach volleyball courts, 2 multi-use courts for basketball, futsal soccer and ball hockey, fitness equipment, wifi access and space to hang out and socialize.
We want this park to be a fun and exciting space that you and your friends can enjoy. In order to achieve this, we need your thoughts and ideas. So far, we've heard from more than 300 Richmond Hill youth and parents through an online survey, information booths, workshops and a public open house. There's still time to have your say:
For more information, contact John Tiberio, Project Manager at 905-747-6389 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Lake Wilcox Park Temporary Closure Information*
Lake Wilcox Park (formerly Sunset Beach Park) will be closed for public use for the purposes of construction as noted below. The closure includes the main parking lot, picnic areas and access to the shoreline.
Phase 1 - May 2013 to June 2014
Construction of a waterfront promenade and boardwalk, as well as the reconstruction of portions of Sunset Beach Road and Olde Bayview Avenue.
*The promenade is open for use. The boardwalk is still under construction.
Phase 2 - May 2013 to early spring 2016
Construction of a water play facility, washroom facility and new parking lot.
Jessie Vanek Park remains open.
For more information, call 905-771-8800.
Swimming at Lake Wilcox
Please be advised that swimming is not permitted from Town property at Lake Wilcox. The water area is unsupervised and unsafe for swimming. Potential hazards include: high levels of bacteria which may pose a risk to your health. As well, sink holes, sharp items such as fishing lures and broken glass may also be present and pose a hazard.
For more information about the Lake Wilcox Park project , contact Samuel Ng, Project Manager at 905-747-6463 or email@example.com.