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Area: south of Greenbrae, north of Eglinton, west of Markham, east of Bellamy


Snow Fencing Installation in Cedarbrook Park
“No Tobogganing Allowed” signs are posted in Cedarbrook Park. The slope is dangerously close to the ravine and poses a risk of injury. Parks staff will be installing snow fencing at the top of the slope as another level of deterrence.  Please adhere to the City posted signs.

New Traffic Control Signal: Bellamy Road and Eastpark Boulevard
Construction of the new traffic control signals at Bellamy Road and Eastpark Boulevard is completed and currently awaiting a power connection from Toronto Hydro. The activation of the lights is expected for late February or early March 2020.

Cedar Brook Park Bridge Rehabilitation Project
Both bridges in Cedar Brook Park will be repaired including removal and installation of two new pedestrian bridges, new abutments and rehabilitation of approaches and landscape improvements, as shown on this notice. Construction started in December 2019 with an expected completion in May 2020.  The area surrounding the bridges needed for the work will be closed.  The remainder of the park will remain open.

Toronto Hydro Overhead & Underground Civil & Electric Work: Project Markham Road
Please be advised that Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild and relocate the overhead and underground electrical system in our community in preparation for the GO Expansion Electrification program. Expected project timeline is from December 2019 to May 2020. More details here.

Explore Your City Parks

  • Cedar Brook Park
  • Cedar Grove Park
  • Bakerton Parkette

 


 

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