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2013 Playground Renovations

​Current Status Complete
​Timeline ​Installation - Fall 2013
Landscaping - Spring 2014
​Location ​Various Playgrounds Across the City

 

Description of Project

This project will replace 6 existing city-wide playgrounds that are due for replacement. All 6 playgrounds are to be renovated by the end of 2013.

Project Updates

November 25, 2013 - Installation of all equipment is complete. Landscaping will be complete in Spring 2014.  

Background

The City of Lethbridge is undertaking a renovation and refurbishment program to repair and replace aging playgrounds and play equipment in several municipal parks throughout the city.
 
In 2013 this program will include the renovation of existing playgrounds and the installation of new play equipment in 6 existing playground sites. These sites include:

North:

South:

West:

 

 

STAFFORD TOT LOThttp://www.lethbridge.ca/living-here/Projects-Initiatives/Playgrounds 2013/STAFFORD TOT LOT.pngSTAFFORD TOT LOT
BLUE FOX PARKhttp://www.lethbridge.ca/living-here/Projects-Initiatives/Playgrounds 2013/BLUE FOX PARK.pngBLUE FOX PARK
INDIAN BATTLE PARKhttp://www.lethbridge.ca/living-here/Projects-Initiatives/Playgrounds 2013/INDIAN BATTLE PARK.pngINDIAN BATTLE PARK
LAVAL COURT PLAYGROUNDhttp://www.lethbridge.ca/living-here/Projects-Initiatives/Playgrounds 2013/LAVAL COURT PLAYGROUND.pngLAVAL COURT PLAYGROUND
PALM PARKhttp://www.lethbridge.ca/living-here/Projects-Initiatives/Playgrounds 2013/PALM PARK.pngPALM PARK
SEQUOIA PARKhttp://www.lethbridge.ca/living-here/Projects-Initiatives/Playgrounds 2013/SEQUOIA PARK.pngSEQUOIA PARK

Scope

Preparation of conceptual layout designs of all play equipment including representations
and descriptions of all equipment, proposed locations, fall zone requirements, no
encroachment zones, play surface depths and requirements, materials, colours, special
features and conditions.
 
Manufacture, supply, storage as necessary, and delivery to the individual playground
sites of all materials, tools, fixtures, and equipment necessary for the complete
installation of all playground elements.
 
Submission of letters of compliance certifying that all equipment complies with and has
been installed to meet all applicable CSA and City of Lethbridge standards and
guidelines.
 
Warranty of all equipment and workmanship for a period of not less than 1 year.
 
All associated removals, and landscape work related to the supply, design and
installation of new playground equipment including but not limited to:

  • Irrigation repair
  • Tree planting and removal
  • Pathway Construction
  • Header and surface installation
  • Light standard installation
  • General landscape construction

Funding

​Source ​Amount
Grant - Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) ​$720,000
Total ​$720,000


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Contact Information

Dave Ellis, Parks Manager
david.ellis@lethbridge.ca
403 320 3848