Revitalizing Horseshoe Bay Park

Image of Horseshoe Bay Park.


The District is working to revitalize Horseshoe Bay Park and create a gathering space for residents and visitors alike. The goal is to create a free-flowing connected park space from the Horseshoe Bay Pier all the way to the BC Ferries terminal.

Next steps

We are pleased to announce that on July 22, 2019, Council approved the Horseshoe Bay Park Revitalization Plans for Phase 1 in addition to the funding strategy for the park.

After completion of the working drawings, we hope to begin construction in 2020.

Council Presentation

Public meeting and survey

Thank you to everyone that attended the public meeting and completed the survey.

Public Consultation Summary

View the park concept design

We are excited to share the park concept design with you!

The design captures ideas you shared with us at the last public meeting (in 2017) and in the previous survey (in January 2018).

Combined with input from the volunteer Horseshoe Bay Advisory Group, the updated park design features changes that address the needs of many park users.

The design is featured on page 5 of the document, however, we suggest you take a browse through all of the boards from the public meeting for a review of the:

  • past consultation feedback
  • site opportunities and challenges

Park concept design & public meeting boards


The District is working to revitalize Horseshoe Bay Park and create a gathering space for residents and visitors alike. The goal is to create a free-flowing connected park space from the Horseshoe Bay Pier all the way to the BC Ferries terminal.

Next steps

We are pleased to announce that on July 22, 2019, Council approved the Horseshoe Bay Park Revitalization Plans for Phase 1 in addition to the funding strategy for the park.

After completion of the working drawings, we hope to begin construction in 2020.

Council Presentation

Public meeting and survey

Thank you to everyone that attended the public meeting and completed the survey.

Public Consultation Summary

View the park concept design

We are excited to share the park concept design with you!

The design captures ideas you shared with us at the last public meeting (in 2017) and in the previous survey (in January 2018).

Combined with input from the volunteer Horseshoe Bay Advisory Group, the updated park design features changes that address the needs of many park users.

The design is featured on page 5 of the document, however, we suggest you take a browse through all of the boards from the public meeting for a review of the:

  • past consultation feedback
  • site opportunities and challenges

Park concept design & public meeting boards

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Q&A

  • Why don’t we maintain our other parks instead that are in poor condition with this budget? Example: many tennis courts, washrooms at sandy cove, Caulfeild.

    Oxley asked 9 months ago

    The District makes the effort to maintain all parks. Each park is assessed individually based on safety, use and if the park is meeting the needs of the surrounding community. All parks reach a stage where they require more than just regular maintenance and this is when we consult with the community and look into renewing the park. In the case of Horseshoe Bay Park, Community Amenity Contributions were collected from local developments that can only be used on this specific park and not for the maintenance of other parks.

  • When will construction start on the Horseshoe Bay Park? How about the Streetscape? The sidewalks in Horseshoe Bay are terrible!

    Don plummer asked 4 months ago

    If approved, plans for Horseshoe Bay Park will be further developed so that park construction could occur next year in 2020.

    The streetscape project has been delayed until a funding plan is in place. We hope to have an update on this very soon.

  • Hi. Is this revitalization being in any way funded by Westbank? How much of the design is ultimately to be decided on by Westbank?

    Cheryl asked 11 months ago

    The District is receiving Community Amenity Contributions from the Westbank development for the redevelopment of the park. Westbank has no decision making authority regarding the design of the park.


  • Hi, Should the new West Bank residential and commercial condo buildings and open area as part of the design? Should the public dock is also part of the design? There are a lot of people enjoy the walk of the public pier, is the new design integrated with all these existing and new structures? Thanks

    Rick Wong asked 11 months ago

    Thank you for your inquiry.

    Yes, the new park design has taken into account the Horseshoe Bay Pier and the public realm areas of the Horseshoe Bay Residences development. It is anticipated that the park will mesh seamlessly with these areas to create a cohesively waterfront experience.