Moodyville Park Re-Imagined

The landscape is king at the foot of Queensbury Avenue. Soon to be completely revitalized, Green on Queensbury is nestled among the trees and hillside of historic Moodyville Park, commemorating the original birthplace of North Vancouver, the prime locale where newcomers lived, worked and played. This legacy location will now be reborn – enhanced by modern park improvements and vibrant landscape architecture designed to celebrate the past and connect the community to the park, restoring its original charm.

 

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The landscape is king at the foot of Queensbury Avenue. Soon to be completely revitalized, Green on Queensbury is nestled among the trees and hillside of historic Moodyville Park, commemorating the original birthplace of North Vancouver, the prime locale where newcomers lived, worked and played. This legacy location will now be reborn – enhanced by modern park improvements and vibrant landscape architecture designed to celebrate the past and connect the community to the park, restoring its original charm.

The Story of Moodyville

On July 17, 2017, North Vancouver City Council voted unanimously to accept the recommendations of the Moodyville Park Master Plan Task Force to initiate a $3.2 million revitalization of the existing Moodyville Park. It is the first time the City has worked with an appointed Task Force to prepare a park master plan.

With almost 5 acres of green space just off the North Shore’s newest community, Green on Queensbury, the newly designed park will have green gathering spaces, play areas, preserved park pathways, bike paths and linkage between the North Shore Spirit Trail.

Two newer, much more inviting park entrances will greet park visitors. One entrance is at the foot of Queensbury Ave and East 3rd Street with a public plaza, and another main entrance at Moody Avenue and West 2nd Street. Improvements and upgrades will be made to children’s play areas, washroom facilities, picnic areas and a new covered pavilion, multi-sport court and dog park.

The revitalization of Moodyville Park and the Master Plan is a great example of the good things that can happen when stakeholders get together for the benefit of the community. The combination of the land swap with the City and Green on Queensbury and the City’s appointment of an independent park task force has created an incredible opportunity to create a massive, lasting community benefit.

“The City is very pleased with the work of the Moodyville Park Master Plan Task Force and its innovative recommendations for the revitalization this historic park in our City through a land exchange with Green on Queensbury. We look forward to the improvements that will serve the growing Moodyville neighbourhood for generations to come,” Mayor Darrell Mussatto.

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