The City of Toronto is improving the playground at Bill Hancox Park and wants to hear your feedback on the new features and equipment in an online survey.

Proposals for the playground include:

  • Combined junior and senior accessible play area
  • New play equipment for ages 2 to 12
  • Wood chip (cedar weave) playground surfacing
  • Concrete curb around the new play area
  • Accessible concrete ramp
  • Upgraded pathways and connections
  • Small climbing boulders
  • Armourstone seat wall
  • Active area with ping pong tables
  • Accessible picnic tables with chess board
  • Additional seating
  • Additional perennials and shrubs in the raised planter and by the Memorial Boulder
  • Tree planting

Your feedback will help the city design the new playground. The city strongly encourages you to complete this survey if you have young park users in your home. 

If you would rather respond to this survey by phone or via a paper copy, or if you have other accessibility needs that the city can help you with, please contact Suzanne Hajdu, Senior Project Coordinator, City of Toronto, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, Capital Projects at

The survey will close on Friday, March 18 at 11:45 p.m. Visit for more information.