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Stadium Park North trail improvements

Updated: Jan 14, 2021

A section of the Martin Goodman Trail will be closed and under construction starting May 11, 2020.

Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan ground-breaking ceremony was held at Eireann Quay on October 25, 2019
The corner of Lake Shore Blvd. and Stadium Road – detailed detour map is at the end of the article.

Martin Goodman Trail improvements

Parks, Forestry & Recreation will be carrying out trail improvement works, including break wall construction, resurfacing asphalt, paving, and improved intersection treatments.


During construction Stadium Road Park North will be closed and there will be no public access through the park. This will include no access at the south end of the recreational trail at the east side of HMCS York.

Starting Monday May 11, 2020 there will be no parking on the west side of Stadium Road between Lake Shore Boulevard and Queens Quay Boulevard. Parking will continue to be available on Stadium Rd south of Queens Quay Blvd. This parking restriction will remain in place for the duration of the project.

Park Improvements will include the following:


  • Trail Improvements to address speed

  • A low seat wall to re-enforce desired circulation patterns

  • A relocated trellis

  • Bench seating and planting

  • Water Bottle Filler

  • Existing trees will be retained and protected

  • New trees will be planted

  • Upgraded railing and guardrails along the water's edge


Detour map




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jharleyboomer
Jan 12, 2021

Regrettably someone turned over three of the new cedar pots recently installed. I did not see who did it but have seen some cyclists manoeuvring through them. Pedestrians have respected the placement. As a resident here st 90 Stadium Road I very much appreciate all the improvements that have been done , as do many other residents here. Hopefully those who disrespect these improvements will be discovered so that a stop can be made to their vandelism. Thankfully some kind resident put the pots upright again

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