The City of Port Colborne is looking for resident input on the redevelopment of Lockview Park as part of the overarching 2020-2030 Parks and Recreation Master Plan. 

Located between John Street and Crescent Street, as pictured below, Lockview Park currently consists of soccer fields, open space, and public washrooms. City Council recognizes the opportunity to redevelop this park by adding various amenities, including playground equipment, and have staff to create a public engagement plan that will collect important feedback and ideas for moving this project forward.

Two concept plans for Lockview Park can now be viewed in the Project Updates tab below.




Public Notice - Expropriation of Land

Public Notice: Notice of Application for Approval to Expropriate Land (March 24, 2022)


 Media Release
Port Colborne looks for resident input on Lockview Park redevelopment
City Parks, Pavilions and Fields
The City of Port Colborne is home to 21 beautiful parks, comprising of approximately 88 hectares of parks, open spaces and natural areas. Each park is unique to its neighbourhood and amenities. 
For more information, please visit the Parks, Pavilions and Fields page.
Project Updates
Concept Plans by MHBC Planning Urban Design and Landscape Architecture
Input & Feedback

If residents are interested in providing input and feedback on the redevelopment of Lockview Park, they can email or call 905-835-2900 ext. 532 to leave a voicemail message. 

Two virtual public open houses were held via Zoom on June 2 and August 11, 2021.

Reports to Council

Lockview Park Redevelopment – Public Engagement Plan (March 22, 2021)

Lockview Park Redevelopment Project – Update (June 28, 2021)

Lockview Park – Concepts Plans (August 23, 2021)

Lockview Park – Concept Plan (October 12, 2021)
Appendix A - Final Concept prepared by MHBC Consultants