Roger Street Park

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The City of Waterloo, GSP Group and Reid's Heritage Homes are working together to build a new neighbourhood park on Roger Street in Waterloo.

Here is a map to provide an idea of the location of the Roger Street park.



We expect the park to be completed in 2022. It will be built beside the new Spur Line Common development and Mount Hope Cemetery. The park will include a trail that connects Roger Street to Mount Hope Cemetery and beyond, a playground for children to play, learn and grow, plantings that will provide shade and seating opportunities to rest and enjoy the park.


Sample images

These images are just examples of what the park area might look like once completed.







A playground has been selected for this site through the development planning process. This playground will ensure residents in the area are within an 800m walking distance of an outdoor children's play space without having to cross any busy streets.


Tell us what you think!

In order to ensure the playground design meets the needs of the local community, we are asking for your input. The public engagement process includes a two-phase process to ensure the design best meets community needs.

Phase 1 includes a short survey that will guide the design for the playground. Phase 2 will allow the public to vote on two playground design concepts to determine a preferred playground design.

The City of Waterloo, GSP Group and Reid's Heritage Homes are working together to build a new neighbourhood park on Roger Street in Waterloo.

Here is a map to provide an idea of the location of the Roger Street park.



We expect the park to be completed in 2022. It will be built beside the new Spur Line Common development and Mount Hope Cemetery. The park will include a trail that connects Roger Street to Mount Hope Cemetery and beyond, a playground for children to play, learn and grow, plantings that will provide shade and seating opportunities to rest and enjoy the park.


Sample images

These images are just examples of what the park area might look like once completed.







A playground has been selected for this site through the development planning process. This playground will ensure residents in the area are within an 800m walking distance of an outdoor children's play space without having to cross any busy streets.


Tell us what you think!

In order to ensure the playground design meets the needs of the local community, we are asking for your input. The public engagement process includes a two-phase process to ensure the design best meets community needs.

Phase 1 includes a short survey that will guide the design for the playground. Phase 2 will allow the public to vote on two playground design concepts to determine a preferred playground design.

Page last updated: 30 July 2021, 08:22