We have a regular programme of playground upgrades and renewals across the city so our smallest residents have plenty of safe, fun and up-to-date play spaces.
We are replacing or upgrading several playgrounds across Hamilton.
Glenview Park: An upgrade to create a larger playground with more play equipment, bins, a drinking fountain, a half basketball court and seating. Construction will start in January 2021 and take approximately four months.
Click here to see the Glenview Park playground design
Hayes Paddock: A basic neighbourhood playground replacement. Construction will start in February 2021 and take approximately three months. The updated playground will include swings, a slide, a climbing structure and basic exercise equipment.Click here to see the Hayes Paddock playground design
Hammond Park: A basic neighbourhood playground replacement is proposed for this park. This will likely include swings, a slide and timber for climbing. Further community engagement on this project will take place early in 2021.
We recently completed several new playgrounds across the city:
- Nawton skate park and playground at Elliot Park
- Lower level lakeside playground at Hamilton Lake
- Jansen Park on Morris Rd
- Te Inuwai Park in Peacocke
- Discovery Park on Discovery Dr
- Melville Skate Park and Playground
- Innes Common at Hamilton Lake
- Derek Heather Park on Grandview Rd
- Hillcrest Stadium on Cambridge Rd
- Hillcrest Park on Masters Ave
- Hukanui Oaks on Hukanui Rd
- Mangaiti Park on Darjon Dr