PARKS & TRAILS
The City of Brantford prides itself on the quality parks and trails it provides season after season for residents and visitors to enjoy. Some parks provide a peaceful, relaxing setting where you can enjoy passive recreational activities, while others are venues for sports and active pursuits. The City's gorgeous private and public gardens have been recognized with several titles in the Communities in Bloom competition.
The City offers nearly 70 kilometers of natural trails that are perfect for running, cycling or hiking. With constant upgrades and additions, there's always somewhere new to explore along the way.
5 PARK PLAYGROUNDS TO BE REPLACED!
What do Andrew W. Pate Park, Florence Buchanan Park, Mayor's Common Park, Roswell Park, Spring Gardens Park all have in common? They are all undergoing plans to have their playgrounds renovated!
Renovation plans include: accessible asphalt pathways, new play structures and swings, accessible wood fibre safety surfacing surrounding new play structures, new plantings, benches and signs.
For more information please contact:
Coordinator of Parks Services
City of Brantford, Parks & Recreation
Phone (519) 756-1500 Ext. 5524
Fax: (519) 759-5975Application
APPLICATION FOR CONCESSION AND FOOD VENDING OPERATIONS IN CITY PARKS 2016
PARKS AND RECREATION INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR:
the operation of concession or mobile/vending cart operations in specified city parks including but not limited to: Alexandra Park, Brant's Crossing, D'aubigny Creek Park and Mohawk Park.
Please click here for the application package. Printed application packages are also available from Parks and Recreation, 1 Sherwood Drive, Brantford, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. .
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS 4:00 P.M. ON THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2016.
UPCOMING TRAIL PROJECTS & CLOSURES
DRUMMOND STREET BRIDGE
The pedestrian bridge spanning the canal at Drummond Street to Greenwich Street is closed indefinitely due to deterioration. Please click for map of Drummond Street Bridge Closure pdf format
STOOP & SCOOP - IT'S THE LAW
People play in parks and walk on our trails; they sometimes leave garbage behind.
Dogs play in parks and walk on our trails; they can leave something a little different behind.
The City's goal is to eliminate all "presents" left behind in Brantford's parks and trails, whether it's ourselves or our fine, furry friends who are creating the mess.
We need your help!
If you're enjoying a day in the park with Fido or taking your dog for a walk on the trails , the City of Brantford implores you to remember two key factors of bylaw #102-2004:
- Please keep your furry family member on a leash, unless you're in a designated leash-free park
- Please pick up any little "leave-behinds" your dog may drop. The old 'Stoop and Scoop'!
Thank you for your cooperation - by working together, we can keep our city clean!
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