Make Your Mark on Innisfil Beach Park

Do you care about Innisfil Beach Park and our waterfront? We need your help!
The Town of Innisfil is in the process of developing an Innisfil Beach Park Master Plan and we’re turning to residents just like you, for your expertise.

What is a Master Plan?
A Master Plan is used to outline future developments that will enhance a public space and ultimately the community’s experience using that space.

Why is it important for the community to inform the plan?
It's ultimately our residents and visitors who we're building this park for. You're the ones who know it best, know what's missing, and know what you want to see. You should have a say!

What else should I know?
There are currently two Innisfil Beach Park initiatives taking place at the same time, though they are quite different. Here's the difference between the two:

1. The Innisfil Beach Park Ad-Hoc Committee of Council was established in March. The purpose of this Committee is to review current issues surrounding the park and to advise and make recommendations to Council on these matters. Think of things like overflowing garbage, smoking, and public safety - these are all issues that the Committee has been working to address. The Committee is searching for solutions that will enhance the overall user experience at the park as soon as possible.

Interested in learning more about the Committee’s work and how you can share feedback with them? Click here!

2. The Innisfil Beach Park Master Plan (which is what we're talking about on this page) is geared towards creating a long term plan for the park. What will it have in 5, 10, even 20 years from now? Will there be shops? Food trucks every weekend? Interactive public art? That's for you to decide. We will be talking to residents and visitors all summer long to understand how they're using the park now and how they would like to use it for years to come.

Do you care about Innisfil Beach Park and our waterfront? We need your help!
The Town of Innisfil is in the process of developing an Innisfil Beach Park Master Plan and we’re turning to residents just like you, for your expertise.

What is a Master Plan?
A Master Plan is used to outline future developments that will enhance a public space and ultimately the community’s experience using that space.

Why is it important for the community to inform the plan?
It's ultimately our residents and visitors who we're building this park for. You're the ones who know it best, know what's missing, and know what you want to see. You should have a say!

What else should I know?
There are currently two Innisfil Beach Park initiatives taking place at the same time, though they are quite different. Here's the difference between the two:

1. The Innisfil Beach Park Ad-Hoc Committee of Council was established in March. The purpose of this Committee is to review current issues surrounding the park and to advise and make recommendations to Council on these matters. Think of things like overflowing garbage, smoking, and public safety - these are all issues that the Committee has been working to address. The Committee is searching for solutions that will enhance the overall user experience at the park as soon as possible.

Interested in learning more about the Committee’s work and how you can share feedback with them? Click here!

2. The Innisfil Beach Park Master Plan (which is what we're talking about on this page) is geared towards creating a long term plan for the park. What will it have in 5, 10, even 20 years from now? Will there be shops? Food trucks every weekend? Interactive public art? That's for you to decide. We will be talking to residents and visitors all summer long to understand how they're using the park now and how they would like to use it for years to come.

What's Missing at IBP?

21 days

We've heard from a lot of residents over the years about how Innisfil Beach Park can be even better. Now we want you to let us know what we've missed. The colourful pins showcase what we have in mind and what we've heard from the community so far.

Drag and drop the navy pins to let us know what you think is missing at IBP and would one day like to see!

We've heard from a lot of residents over the years about how Innisfil Beach Park can be even better. Now we want you to let us know what we've missed. The colourful pins showcase what we have in mind and what we've heard from the community so far.

Drag and drop the navy pins to let us know what you think is missing at IBP and would one day like to see!

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