What's going on here on the Mountain?

News Jul 24, 2019 Hamilton Mountain News

Captain Cornelius Park will be getting a new play structure later this year.

Hamilton councillors approved this spring to spend $60,000 from the Ward 8 area-rating fund to enhance the play equipment at the park located on Mountbatten Drive. Coun. John-Paul Danko, who represents the area, introduced the motion to use the money for the project.

In 2017, councillors approved spending $100,000 in 2017 and another $50,000 in 2018 to help pay for a crushed stone accessible path around the park and through the park’s forest area.

The pathway is one of several proposed improvements for the nine-hectare site located north of Limeridge Road, west of West 5th on Mountbatten Drive within the Rolston neighbourhood.

In 2016 a consultant proposed several improvements to the park, including a community garden, a drinking fountain, the elimination of invasive greenery in the forest that covers a portion of the park and the creation of formal accesses to the park.

What's going on here at Hamilton's Captain Cornelius Park?

City spending $60,000 to replace existing playground equipment at Captain Cornelius Park

News Jul 24, 2019 Hamilton Mountain News

Captain Cornelius Park will be getting a new play structure later this year.

Hamilton councillors approved this spring to spend $60,000 from the Ward 8 area-rating fund to enhance the play equipment at the park located on Mountbatten Drive. Coun. John-Paul Danko, who represents the area, introduced the motion to use the money for the project.

In 2017, councillors approved spending $100,000 in 2017 and another $50,000 in 2018 to help pay for a crushed stone accessible path around the park and through the park’s forest area.

The pathway is one of several proposed improvements for the nine-hectare site located north of Limeridge Road, west of West 5th on Mountbatten Drive within the Rolston neighbourhood.

In 2016 a consultant proposed several improvements to the park, including a community garden, a drinking fountain, the elimination of invasive greenery in the forest that covers a portion of the park and the creation of formal accesses to the park.

What's going on here at Hamilton's Captain Cornelius Park?

City spending $60,000 to replace existing playground equipment at Captain Cornelius Park

News Jul 24, 2019 Hamilton Mountain News

Captain Cornelius Park will be getting a new play structure later this year.

Hamilton councillors approved this spring to spend $60,000 from the Ward 8 area-rating fund to enhance the play equipment at the park located on Mountbatten Drive. Coun. John-Paul Danko, who represents the area, introduced the motion to use the money for the project.

In 2017, councillors approved spending $100,000 in 2017 and another $50,000 in 2018 to help pay for a crushed stone accessible path around the park and through the park’s forest area.

The pathway is one of several proposed improvements for the nine-hectare site located north of Limeridge Road, west of West 5th on Mountbatten Drive within the Rolston neighbourhood.

In 2016 a consultant proposed several improvements to the park, including a community garden, a drinking fountain, the elimination of invasive greenery in the forest that covers a portion of the park and the creation of formal accesses to the park.