About this project
We’re conducting a review of Swangard Stadium to inform a renewal for the facility and help identify a future vision. The review will also help explore potential opportunities and future projects in the short term and the next 20 years to guide reinvestment in the facility.
As part of the study, we’re seeking feedback from various Swangard Stadium user groups through a survey, active from January 25-February 15, 2023. To provide a roadmap for future projects that guide reinvestment in the facility, we’re asking user groups how they use the stadium, what the current issues and challenges are, and what they envision for future opportunities.
Swangard Stadium officially opened in 1969 in Central Park and has hosted many community, cultural and sporting events and other functions over the years. The stadium is home to various large annual events, and with its natural grass turf, is a track and field destination for local schools and high-level soccer teams. The stadium serves the community as a securable venue with washroom facilities, food and liquor concessions and a covered area for inclement weather.
What’s happening now
We’re conducting a survey from January 25-February 15, 2023, with identified Swangard Stadium user groups as part of the public engagement for a feasibility study. The information gathered through this process will help inform the final report. If you have questions or are interested in participating in the survey, please contact [email protected].
The Swangard Stadium Feasibility Study aligns with the goals set out in the City’s Corporate Strategic Plan and the City’s purpose to create the city that we all want to live in and be in.