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Playground Timeline

Inglewood Playground Timeline

2012

AGM

The League communicates at AGM that a $150,000.00 of work is required on the summer Fieldhouse adjacent to the Hall. Residents raise concerns about the use of funds on this structure vs the playground.

A Playground Committee is established by the League to pursue park revitalization.

2013

Public Engagement

Engagement Plan is prepared through the City of Edmonton.

Consultation activities with the League members, residents, and community stakeholders are undertaken.

Fundraising and allocation of funds for the project begins.

2014

Preliminary Designs

Needs Assessment is prepared incorporating the engagement results.

Two preliminary designs are prepared further to the feedback from the engagement process in 2013.

Fundraising for the project continues.

2015

CPTED Evaluation

1st viewing and request for feedback from League members, residents, and stakeholders on the concept plans at the 2015 AGM.

EPS conducts a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) evaluation and advises  of several crime and safety issues around the Fieldhouse.

The League decides to start with Phase 1 before selecting the best footprint for Phase 2, as a decision on the future of the Fieldhouse has not been made.

2016

ICL AGM

Construction of Phase 1 is underway.

2nd viewing and requests for feedback from League members, residents, and community stakeholders on  the concept plans at AGM (post CPTED evaluation).

2017

Phase 1 Complete

Grande opening of Phase 1 occurred in June 2017.

3rd viewing and requests for feedback from League members, residents, and stakeholders on the concept plans at the 2017 AGM.

Playground committee identifies it is ready to move forward with Phase 2. The new Board requests information be gathered to facilitate selection of the Phase 2 footprint. League strikes a five-member committee to explore options & costs pertaining to the Fieldhouse.

 

2018

Conceptual Design

The committee’s findings are compiled and presented to the Board.

A walkthrough of the Fieldhouse is arranged for Board of Directors. The Board elects to demolish the Fieldhouse.

The decision is communicated via the newsletter and at the 2018 ICL AGM. A follow up round of engagement to update the selected Conceptual Design begins.