Staff are currently in phase one - the Community Input Phase - of the Huff Hydro Park Reserve Master Plan. The Master Plan process consists of four parks planning phases, including a community input phase, to review the existing features of the park and understand how it would best serve the community in the future. Once completed, the Huff Hydro Park Reserve Master Plan will be a guiding document for the future of the park, including priority setting for improvement projects and phases. This document will include a conceptual design of the park and along with a sequential implementation plan.
Huff Hydro Park Reserve is located at 11050 Huff Boulevard in North Delta. The linear park, bounded by housing on two sides and Cougar Canyon Ravine on the north edge, has been designated as an off leash dog park and is also used by many residents of the neighborhood for recreational walking or jogging.
The Master Plan process consists of four phases:
- Community Input Phase – involves gathering community feedback regarding current park features and proposed new features.
- Master Plan Development Phase – community input received will be categorized and incorporated into a Master Plan prepared by Delta staff.
- Community Feedback Phase – a draft of the Master Plan will be provided to the public to ensure general support and alignment with the feedback received during the Community Input Phase.
- Approval Phase – the Master Plan will be presented to the Parks, Recreation & Culture Commission and Council for approval.
Reports and Related Documents
For more information about this project, please contact:
Todd Stewardson, Deputy Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture
Linda Nielsen, Park Planner