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Community Legacy Project


Recreation Facilities in Kitchener – feedback to the City of Kitchener’s Leisure Facilities Master Plan until January 25, 2019

Staff and SMH Community supporters,

Please take a moment (10 minutes or less) to complete a short online survey (“Have a say where you play“) about recreation facilities in Kitchener, and please mention the need for a TRACK facility.  This is a great opportunity to advocate for our community!

The link to the survey:

Thank you,
Community Legacy Steering Committee


AVIVA Community Fund


multi-purpose court













  • growing a vibrant place for everyone to gather, play, and learn
  • visioning brochure – Feb. 2018


  • working together with community partners to create a vibrant and inclusive destination for individuals and families to engage in active learning and play for life

2-year goals – by 2020

5-year goals – by 2023

  • 400m dome-covered all-season track
  • fitness stations/green gym
  • shade structures & trees
  • community vegetable garden
  • outdoor classroom

8-year goals – by 2026

  • comprehensive community outdoor athletic facility & cultural centre:
    – community & school use
    – year-round use
    – covered stands/press box
    – washrooms/dressing rooms

more information coming soon!

  • City of Kitchener
  • Family & Child Services
  • Kitchener Public Library
  • Waterloo Catholic District School Board
  • Waterloo Region Catholic Schools Foundation
  • Kitchener Public Library
  • Supported by Healthy Schools, Region of Waterloo Public Health
  • Tom Mandich – chair
  • Kathy Doherty-Masters – vice-chair
  • John Dietrich – principal
  • Frank Wittmann – vice principal
  • Anne Facey
  • Jonathan Wright
  • Chris Gehan
  • diversity
  • inclusivity
  • accessibility
  • sustainability
  • play for life
  • active living
  • safety
  • community connectedness
  • well-being of all

to get involved / more information – please contact Tom Mandich – uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.
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