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Starting in spring 2017, Halton Region and the City of Burlington will implement Phase 2 of the Burlington Beach Regional Waterfront Park Master Plan, which will include improvements along the waterfront promenade.
Halton Region has received a Canada 150 grant that will help fund the park upgrades.
New and improved park features and amenities will include:
Phase 1 was completed in spring 2017 and included an upgraded gazebo, concrete walkway, pedestrian lighting and benches, and tree and perennial planting.
The Burlington Beach Regional Waterfront Park Master Plan, which includes both Spencer Smith and Beachway Parks, was approved by Halton Regional Council on May 20, 2015.
In fall 2016, Halton Region in partnership with the City of Burlington began implementing the approved Master Plan by completing the park improvements in and around the Trail Head at the Brant Street entrance to the park and gazebo area.
The Halton Region Waterfront Parks program recog0nizes the significant environmental, economic, cultural, and recreational importance of the Lake Ontario (and the Burlington Bay) shoreline to residents of Halton Region and the Province. The Regional Waterfront Parks program aims to:
The Burlington Beach Regional Waterfront Park is a premier waterfront park located in downtown Burlington on the Lake Ontario shoreline. The park is approximately 35 hectares in size and is made up of two city parks, Spencer Smith Park and Beachway Park.
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Halton Region is composed of
the City of Burlington,
the Town of Halton Hills,
the Town of Milton,
and the Town of Oakville .