Lively/Walden: Help Shape Your Future

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A supervised public beach will be available this summer at Centennial Park, 400 Graham Rd. in Whitefish.

City Council has agreed to the sale of Meatbird Lake Park to Vale Canada Limited for $4 million. Funds from the sale will be reinvested into the Lively/Walden community to develop new recreational opportunities and will ensure local residents have access to safe ways to play in the area.

In the interim, a supervised beach at Centennial Park, located at 400 Graham Road in Whitefish, is available for residents until a new recreation opportunity is established.

Applications for the Lively Recreation Advisory Panel are Now being Accepted

Residents interested in becoming members of the advisory panel are asked to complete an application and submit it no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, August 6, 2021.

Members of the panel will be asked to provide insight on the recreation needs of the Lively/Walden community and to work with City staff to present recommendations to Council for consideration.

In accordance with the Terms of Referece adopted by City Council, the panel will include:

  • two Lively residents who are youth (12 to 18),
  • one Lively resident who is a parent/guardian (child/children under 18),
  • one Lively resident who is an older adult,
  • two community members from any part of Greater Sudbury,
  • one member of an active Lively area neighbourhood association or community group,
  • Ward 2 Councillor Michael Vagnini,
  • one City of Greater Sudbury Communications staff member, and
  • one City of Greater Sudbury Leisure Services staff member.

Applications can be completed and submitted online through this page. They are also available for in person pickup at the Lively Citizen Service Centre.

Completed applications can be submitted through Over To You, by email to communications@greatersudbury.ca or in person at the Lively Citizen Service Centre.

More information about the panel is available here.

City Council has agreed to the sale of Meatbird Lake Park to Vale Canada Limited for $4 million. Funds from the sale will be reinvested into the Lively/Walden community to develop new recreational opportunities and will ensure local residents have access to safe ways to play in the area.

In the interim, a supervised beach at Centennial Park, located at 400 Graham Road in Whitefish, is available for residents until a new recreation opportunity is established.

Applications for the Lively Recreation Advisory Panel are Now being Accepted

Residents interested in becoming members of the advisory panel are asked to complete an application and submit it no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, August 6, 2021.

Members of the panel will be asked to provide insight on the recreation needs of the Lively/Walden community and to work with City staff to present recommendations to Council for consideration.

In accordance with the Terms of Referece adopted by City Council, the panel will include:

  • two Lively residents who are youth (12 to 18),
  • one Lively resident who is a parent/guardian (child/children under 18),
  • one Lively resident who is an older adult,
  • two community members from any part of Greater Sudbury,
  • one member of an active Lively area neighbourhood association or community group,
  • Ward 2 Councillor Michael Vagnini,
  • one City of Greater Sudbury Communications staff member, and
  • one City of Greater Sudbury Leisure Services staff member.

Applications can be completed and submitted online through this page. They are also available for in person pickup at the Lively Citizen Service Centre.

Completed applications can be submitted through Over To You, by email to communications@greatersudbury.ca or in person at the Lively Citizen Service Centre.

More information about the panel is available here.

  • Please answer the following questions. Applicants are encouraged to attach a brief personal resume to their application.

    Completed application forms must be submitted no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, August 6, 2021.

    Completed applications can be submitted through overtoyou.greatersudbury.ca, by email to communications@greatersudbury.ca or in person at the Lively Library and Citizen Service Centre at 15 Kin Drive in Lively.

    Applicants must be 18 years old unless indicated otherwise.

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