Making Waves at Innisfil Beach Park

We’re making waves at Innisfil Beach Park – waves of change that is! We love our Innisfil Beach Park and we know that there are always ways to make things run more smoothly, make the park safer and make it a space that everyone can enjoy. We have some ideas and some pilot projects for the 2019 season and we want you to let us know what you think!

The Innisfil Beach Park Ad-Hoc Committee was established in March, 2019 with the main goal of reviewing and working to address current issues surrounding the park. Committee members have come together to advise and make recommendations to Council on matters like parking, overflowing garbage, smoking, and public safety. The Committee is currently searching for solutions that will enhance the overall user experience at the park as soon as possible. The Committee has made a number of recommendations to Council and now Town Staff is working to implement these recommendations.

How can I get involved?
Members of the public are welcome to attend the meetings and observe the committee as they work to address various issues surrounding the park. If you wish to bring a certain topic to light, please complete a formal delegation request and submit it to clerks at clerksoffice@innisfil.ca by Friday at 12:00pm prior to the meeting. Click here to access the delegation form.

We’re making waves at Innisfil Beach Park – waves of change that is! We love our Innisfil Beach Park and we know that there are always ways to make things run more smoothly, make the park safer and make it a space that everyone can enjoy. We have some ideas and some pilot projects for the 2019 season and we want you to let us know what you think!

The Innisfil Beach Park Ad-Hoc Committee was established in March, 2019 with the main goal of reviewing and working to address current issues surrounding the park. Committee members have come together to advise and make recommendations to Council on matters like parking, overflowing garbage, smoking, and public safety. The Committee is currently searching for solutions that will enhance the overall user experience at the park as soon as possible. The Committee has made a number of recommendations to Council and now Town Staff is working to implement these recommendations.

How can I get involved?
Members of the public are welcome to attend the meetings and observe the committee as they work to address various issues surrounding the park. If you wish to bring a certain topic to light, please complete a formal delegation request and submit it to clerks at clerksoffice@innisfil.ca by Friday at 12:00pm prior to the meeting. Click here to access the delegation form.

  • New Resident-Only Parking Pilot Project

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    Effective June 26, 2019 through to September 30, 2019, only vehicles with a valid Town of Innisfil Resident Parking Permit will be allowed to park on streets within the targeted parking area from Innisfil Beach Park on weekends and statutory holidays. Designated parking spots on Innisfil Beach Road will also be included.

    Any vehicle without such a permit clearly displayed will receive a fine as per by-law 028-17. If your vehicle does not have a Parking Permit clearly displayed and you receive a fine, please be advised you can come in person to Innisfil Town Hall (2101 Innisfil Beach Rd.)...

    Effective June 26, 2019 through to September 30, 2019, only vehicles with a valid Town of Innisfil Resident Parking Permit will be allowed to park on streets within the targeted parking area from Innisfil Beach Park on weekends and statutory holidays. Designated parking spots on Innisfil Beach Road will also be included.

    Any vehicle without such a permit clearly displayed will receive a fine as per by-law 028-17. If your vehicle does not have a Parking Permit clearly displayed and you receive a fine, please be advised you can come in person to Innisfil Town Hall (2101 Innisfil Beach Rd.) with proof of home ownership in Innisfil to have your parking fine waived.

    If you do not have a valid Parking Permit we invite you to pick one up at any of our recreation centres, ideaLAB & Libraries, or at our Town Hall. You will need to show vehicle ownership and proof of home ownership in Innisfil.

    This pilot project is being launched based on the recommendations of our Innisfil Beach Park Ad Hoc Advisory Committee. The intent of this pilot is to try to offer street parking to residents first, and reduce overall congestion on roads surrounding Innisfil Beach Park.

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