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City of Prince George seeking public input on proposed ‘mega-park’

A large, multi-use park is proposed at the corner of Ospika Boulevard and 22nd Avenue.
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An example of an inclusive Jumpstart playground is seen in a Jumpstart handout photo. A proposed 'mega-park' at the corner of Ospika Boulevard and 22nd Avenue would include an inclusive playground.

Prince George Community Foundation, Rotary Club of Prince George and Colliers Project Leaders are proposing to develop a large, multi-use park at the corner of Ospika Boulevard and 22nd Avenue.

The proposal for the six-acre site calls for the development of a paved pump track, junior adventure park for kids 18 months to five years old, a youth adventure park for kids five and older, a senior-friendly outdoor fitness station and an inclusive and accessibly playgroup.

“The cost of design and purchase of play structures would be funded by these partners,” a statement issued by the city said. “The city would need to take responsibility for the park, including costs for providing the land and the services to the property such as water, sewer, power, and other park amenities such as parking and washrooms. The city would also be responsible for ongoing maintenance and insurance costs.”

The City of Prince George is asking residents to share their views about the proposed project by filling out an online survey. The survey will be open until June 9.