Love My Playground

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Playgrounds are an important part of the park experience for residents and visitors. They provide free physical and creative activities for children and their families. Playgrounds are designed to challenge and stimulate all children, regardless of their abilities. Inclusive outdoor play spaces allow for all children to play together, increasing understanding and integration.

The City of Burlington maintains more that 115 playgrounds within City parks and on school properties. Over the past two decades, we have focused on improving playground safety and accessibility. The City has an ongoing commitment to ensure that our playgrounds meet or exceed the most current CSA safety standards as well as the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act - Design of Public Spaces Standard. The City replaces playgrounds that have reached the end of their service life every year.

Playground Replacements 2022-2023

Over the next couple of years, the City will be replacing a number of playgrounds in parks and schools across the City, shown on the map below.


Playgrounds are an important part of the park experience for residents and visitors. They provide free physical and creative activities for children and their families. Playgrounds are designed to challenge and stimulate all children, regardless of their abilities. Inclusive outdoor play spaces allow for all children to play together, increasing understanding and integration.

The City of Burlington maintains more that 115 playgrounds within City parks and on school properties. Over the past two decades, we have focused on improving playground safety and accessibility. The City has an ongoing commitment to ensure that our playgrounds meet or exceed the most current CSA safety standards as well as the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act - Design of Public Spaces Standard. The City replaces playgrounds that have reached the end of their service life every year.

Playground Replacements 2022-2023

Over the next couple of years, the City will be replacing a number of playgrounds in parks and schools across the City, shown on the map below.


  • Love My Playground - Park Playground Locations

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    10 Feb 2021

    Love My Playground is a capital program that replaces aging playgrounds with new ones using resident feedback.

    In 2020-2021, the program replaced 16 playgrounds that were tailored to local community feedback.

    The next round of Love My Playground will be collecting feedback to inform the replacement of 13 playgrounds in 2022 and 2023.

    Park Playground Locations are:

    • Longmoor Park
    • Florence Meares Public School
    • Pineland Public School
    • Rolling Meadows Public School
    • Taywood Park
    • Tuck Park
    • Bridgeview Park
    • Emerson Park
    • Fairchild Park
    • Lampman Park
    • Peart Park
    • Pauline Johnson Public School
    • Lakeshore Public School