Carnarvon Park Master Plan - Have Your Say
Have Your Say!
The District of Oak Bay has engaged Lees & Associates to conduct a Master Plan process for the potential redesign and redevelopment of a portion of Carnarvon Park.
The focus of the consultation is the northwest section of the park, which includes the main building, water park, tennis courts and lacrosse box. The existing sports fields and lawn bowling clubhouse and greens are not a major focus of redevelopment planning at this time.
The development of a Master Plan for Carnarvon Park is meant to provide a long range vision and plan to serve the community for the next 20-30 years. The main building, tennis courts and lacrosse box have reached their lifespans and are in need of refurbishment and redevelopment. Similarly, Rotary Water Park is in need of repairs and potential refurbishment. As such your input is valued and important to help guide decisions for the future.
The District of Oak Bay and Lees & Associates Consulting invite you to provide your input and comments through the survey link provided below. The survey will be open until November 19, 2018.
The Consultants have provided the following draft concepts as a basis for your feedback and input. It is important to note that these are merely draft concepts to help guide feedback and ideas through the survey questions, these are not final or completed plans for the park. These concept drawings can and will be changed as the process of consultation unfolds with further public input opportunities planned for early 2019 with a further concept presented at that time based on the feedback from the consultation events at the Oak Bay Recreation Centre on November 3 and 4 and the input gathered through this survey.
Thank you to all that attended the consultation events of November 3 and 4. Please continue to check this website for further official updates of this planning process.
Download Carnarvon Park Master Plan Concept Drawings:
Complete Carnarvon Park Master Plan Survey:
Please take the time to review these concept drawings and complete the survey.
If you have any questions regarding this process please contact Chris Hyde-Lay, Manager of Parks at 250-592-7275.