The Potter’s Key subdivision at 6111 and 6141 Hazeldean Road is set up for two future parks to be built and Minto has opened the public consultation period for each on the City of Ottawa website this week!
Joe Lewis Park will be a 0.97-hectare neighbourhood park located off Eagle Crest Heights, between Overland Drive and Samantha Eastop Avenue. The proximity to Feedmill Creek to the south of the park will influence the theme and character of the park by bringing a naturalized area into the park. A significant portion of the wooded area within the park block will be retained. A multi-use hard surface court, play structures, sand play and passive recreation (pathways) are being proposed for construction within the future park.
Eaglehead Park will be a 0.37-hectare parkette off Eaglehead Crescent, north off Kimpton Drive. The park is located directly adjacent to Feedmill Creek, and will connect to the recreational trail system to be constructed south along the Feedmill Creek corridor. A themed climbing structure, a duel saucer swing and other play structure amenities are being proposed for construction within the future park.
Both parks are scheduled to be constructed in 2019. Comments should be sent to the City Planner at Mike.Russett@ottawa.ca by June 25th. Thank you.