The splash pad was identified as a priority recreation destination through the public consultation for the Downtown Waterfront Master Plan.
A major policy recommendations in the Downtown Waterfront Master Plan was to review the City's community improvement plans (CIPs). GCIP is the City's most comprehensive and expansive CIP to date.
The Downtown Waterfront Master Plan recommended an update to the 2009 Parks Plan.
The Parks Master Plan identified that the City had a lack of basketball courts. These newly built multi-use courts are also able to deliver other recreational activities over time (ex. tennis, pickleball, ball hockey).
The new All-Wheel Park will include a skatepark and pump track and will be integrated with the existing Multi-Use Courts near the City’s Transit Terminal.
This project will create a welcoming plaza-style area for users of the Waterfront arriving from the Downtown or walking along the waterfront path.
The Growth Community Improvement Plan team implemented a number of changes to the Façade Improvement Grant. These changes are intended to create a higher standard for façade improvement proposals.
If you are looking to open a business in Downtown North Bay check out these available spaces on the interactive “Spaces for Opportunities” map
North Bay’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan (CSWBP) is a coordinated effort to foster a safe, healthy and inclusive community by responding to identified priority risks.