Photo by Mike Crane
Redevelopment of Meadow Park is necessary to achieve resilience in response to increasing use levels and climate change outcomes. Additionally, park infrastructure is in need of replacement.
Meadow Park was constructed almost 40 years ago and has become one of Whistler’s most popular public outdoor spaces. With increasing pressures from visitation and environmental changes, it is essential to reinvestment in aging infrastructure to meet current programming requirements and opportunities.
A key focus will be the replacement of the ever popular spray park which is at the end of its useful lifespan and does not meet current Vancouver Coastal Health requirements or Whistler’s Water Conservation Bylaw.
Other proposed improvements include enhanced picnic areas and recreational space along the river’s edge, improved site circulation, reconstructed irrigation, and drainage system, formalized off-leash dog facility, and public art opportunities.
Scope of work
- The final park master plan that can be delivered in a phased approach.
- Design and construction of Area 1 ( initial build-out area).
This project is currently in the design phase.
- First Nations and public engagement are part of this project.
- Relevant Committees of the Council will be engaged as the project advances.
- Initial public engagement feedback and data were collected through the 2019 Outside Voice Parks Master Plan. Further public engagement will take place throughout the project.
- Engagement opportunities will be announced in the Pique Newsmagazine and the weekly Whistler Today municipal e-newsletter.
- Schematic design – fall 2022
- Detailed design, construction documentation, permitting, tendering – 2023
- Construction – Anticipated April 2024
- Completion – Anticipated November 2024
The Meadow Park Redevelopment project is 100% funded by the Resort Municipality Initiative (RMI). Resort Municipality Initiative | Resort Municipality of Whistler
Request For Proposal (RFP) - Meadow Park Redevelopment | Resort Municipality of Whistler