Operation Greater Playgrounds

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Outdoor play structure with a slide and climbing apparatus decorated with illustrations from the surrounding forest.

Fifteen municipal playgrounds will be renewed this year through a partnership of the City of Greater Sudbury and the United Way Centraide North East Ontario / Nord-est l’Ontario.

Greater Sudbury Council approved a phased renewal of 58 municipal playgrounds identified as being in poor condition as part of the 2018 municipal budget process. View the complete list of municipal playgrounds scheduled for renewal.

To date, a total of 27 municipal playgrounds have either undergone or are scheduled to receive new play structures, landscaping and other enhancements.





Fifteen municipal playgrounds will be renewed this year through a partnership of the City of Greater Sudbury and the United Way Centraide North East Ontario / Nord-est l’Ontario.

Greater Sudbury Council approved a phased renewal of 58 municipal playgrounds identified as being in poor condition as part of the 2018 municipal budget process. View the complete list of municipal playgrounds scheduled for renewal.

To date, a total of 27 municipal playgrounds have either undergone or are scheduled to receive new play structures, landscaping and other enhancements.





  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City of Greater Sudbury, in partnership with United Way Centraide North East Ontario/Nord-est de l’Ontario, is renewing and improving 15 municipal playgrounds in 2019.

    The purpose of this survey is to ask residents who use these playgrounds to share their ideas for additions and improvements.

    Deadline to complete this survey is Friday, July 12, 2019 at 4:30 p.m

    Notice of Collection:
    Personal information is collected under the authority of section 10 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25 for the purpose of gathering comments and suggestions related to the preparation of a Request for Proposal to renew 15 municipal playgrounds in the City of Greater Sudbury. Comments and personal information submitted on this matter become part of the public record, may be viewed by the general public and may be published in a report to Council, included in a Council Agenda and posted on the City's website. Questions relating to the collection, use and disclosure of this personal information may be addressed to the Director of Leisure Services at PO Box 5000, Stn A, 200 Brady St. Sudbury, ON, P3A 5P3.

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