Kings Mill Walk Park Master Plan

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We're working on a new Master Plan for Kings Mill Walk Park

Our goal is to renew and improve the park in response to the changes coming to the Harbourside neighbourhood and to meet our community’s needs.

In order to address sea level rise and reduce the risk of flooding, The City has applied and received permission from the Port of Vancouver to adjust the shoreline. These changes provide an opportunity to create a more natural shoreline, with environmental enhancements that will include beach and headland habitat.

During this process, we will share plans for:

  • shoreline and habitat restoration
  • mitigation of the effects of sea level rise
  • options for enhancements to the upland park area including a section of the North Shore Spirit Trail


Background

The parkland now known as Kings Mill Walk was created in 2000 as part of the initial Harbourside development and offers rare public access to the shoreline of the North Shore. This popular park has evolved over the years with the addition of the Spirit Trail, an off-leash dog area and more recently beach volleyball courts. The Spirit Trail runs through the park and connects to Squamish Nation lands in the east and the District of North Vancouver lands in the west. This strong greenway connection allows easy access to the park on foot or by bike. Kings Mill Walk serves our community year round as a City-wide destination park.

Learn about the development happening adjacent to Kings Mill Park at cnv.org/CurrentDevelopments.

Please share your ideas with us and help shape the new Kings Mill Walk Park.

We're working on a new Master Plan for Kings Mill Walk Park

Our goal is to renew and improve the park in response to the changes coming to the Harbourside neighbourhood and to meet our community’s needs.

In order to address sea level rise and reduce the risk of flooding, The City has applied and received permission from the Port of Vancouver to adjust the shoreline. These changes provide an opportunity to create a more natural shoreline, with environmental enhancements that will include beach and headland habitat.

During this process, we will share plans for:

  • shoreline and habitat restoration
  • mitigation of the effects of sea level rise
  • options for enhancements to the upland park area including a section of the North Shore Spirit Trail


Background

The parkland now known as Kings Mill Walk was created in 2000 as part of the initial Harbourside development and offers rare public access to the shoreline of the North Shore. This popular park has evolved over the years with the addition of the Spirit Trail, an off-leash dog area and more recently beach volleyball courts. The Spirit Trail runs through the park and connects to Squamish Nation lands in the east and the District of North Vancouver lands in the west. This strong greenway connection allows easy access to the park on foot or by bike. Kings Mill Walk serves our community year round as a City-wide destination park.

Learn about the development happening adjacent to Kings Mill Park at cnv.org/CurrentDevelopments.

Please share your ideas with us and help shape the new Kings Mill Walk Park.