Otter Street Park

 

The Otter Street Park site is 0.07 hectares in size and was acquired by the Municipality as part of the area’s development process. The park site includes a set of stairs located across the street that lead to the water.

Neighbourhood Park Survey

This is an opportunity for park neighbours to share their ideas on the development of this park site.

  • Friday, January 28 from 11 am to 2 pm - The project’s landscape architect will be onsite to meet with residents and discuss options.
  • Feedback collected through this engagement process will be used to design park development options.
  • An opportunity to review the draft plans will take place onsite during the spring of 2022.
  • The park is expected to be developed in the summer and fall of 2022.

This park is designated as a neighbourhood park. A neighbourhood park is a small, local park, generally under a hectare in size, that meets the recreation needs of the immediate neighbourhood. It is used by people within easy walking or cycling distance (300 to 500 metres).

Humbird Park at 3312 Cook St, also in Chemainus, is a neighbourhood park that was developed with input from the park’s neighbours. It has a seating area, fruit trees, a library box, and a doggy bag box.

*Due to the small size of this park, a full playground or off-leash dog area is not being considered.

Questions?
parksrec@northcowichan.ca
250-746-3106