Please save the date for a public meeting for a community bike skills park in Marie Curtis Park. See below for details.
Informal bike skills features, such as trails and jumps, have developed in a mature forest in Marie Curtis Park. This forest contains large specimens of oak, maple and pine as well as endangered butternut trees, and provides habitat for a variety of wildlife. In order to protect the sensitive forest habitat from further degradation, the City of Toronto is designing a community bike skills park, to be located near the entrance of Marie Curtis Park West. This park will offer skill building opportunities for off-road cyclists, while reducing impacts to an ecologically sensitive area.
The City of Toronto is holding a public meeting to receive your input on the design options for the bike skills park. Please save the date (formal public meeting notice will follow).
Date: September 11, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Presentation at 7:00 pm
Location: Assembly Hall, East Room
Janette Harvey, Natural Environment Specialist
Natural Environment Trails Program
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