Riverwalk Area Urban Design Master Plan

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​The Riverwalk Area Urban Design Master Plan (UDMP) is an open space master plan that developed concepts for:

  • the open space system along the valley​

  • the treatment of the flood infrastructure 

  • ​​the integration of active transportation, sustainability, resilience, and public health​ 

  • Preliminary programming of public spaces

​The UDMP is complementary to the Flood Protection Environmental Assessment and integrates the flood protection measures into the public, open space realm along the Etobicoke Creek valley from Vodden Street to Clarence Street. It looks at parks development along the valley, open space design, eco-spaces, and recreational uses, to promote active lifestyles and to animate open spaces.​​

​Attention has been paid to the programming opportunities (including recreation, arts and culture, heritage, education) in the area considering the role this area will play as a major amenity and attraction.​​

​Members of the pu​blic and many stakeholders were engaged and provided ample input. See the Have Your Say​ page for more information. 

On August 10th, 2022 Council approved the June 22nd Committee of Council minutes including the “Riverwalk Update and Urban Design Master Plan” staff report​ as endorsed.


Have questions? visit the Frequently Asked Questions page or email us​​ at riverwalk@brampton.ca​

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