Pioneer Park Planning

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Make your voice heard!

We want your feedback to shape the future of Pioneer Park! The purpose of this survey is to gather community input to develop a new master plan for Little Canada’s Pioneer Park. This will help ensure that the park’s features and amenities reflect the needs of the communities they serve. 

The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. All questions are optional to answer. Any identifiable information you provide will be kept confidential.

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Although we already have a plan for the park system as a whole, this one will be specific to Pioneer Park, and allow us to make concrete, actionable decisions for its future.

As one of Little Canada’s largest parks, Pioneer is frequently used by a large number of people, including residents of Little Canada and surrounding areas. As a community park, we want to make sure that the park is genuinely serving the needs of the city. Therefore, decisions need to be made based on what you want and are willing to fund.

We want to hear what you like and don’t like about the park. If you don’t really use the park, we want to know why not, and what we can do to change that! Is there something you have always wanted to see in the park? Do you have thoughts on winter programming or the installation of bike racks? Let us know by taking the survey below!

The results from this survey will directly impact the City of Little Canada’s plans for the future of Pioneer Park.

If there’s one thing we have learned from quarantine, it is the importance of our outdoor spaces! Make your voice heard now!

After the survey is closed, results will be made public online (not including personal identifying information) on the City of Little Canada’s website and will be presented at the December 16, 2020, Little Canada City Council Meeting at 7:30 p.m.

This survey is being conducted as part of the 2020–2021 Resilient Communities Project (RCP) in collaboration with the City of Little Canada. 

Thank you for taking the time to provide valuable feedback that will help shape the future of Pioneer Park.

Email or call 651-766-4045 ff you have any questions about the survey or the project in general.

  1. Bryce Shearen

    Parks & Recreation/Community Services Manager
    Phone: 651-766-4045