The City of Brandon’s Community Services Department is pleased to inform the public that installation of branded identification signage in many of Brandon’s popular neighbourhood parks is underway this fall.
As per a recommendation within the City of Brandon’s Greenspace Master Plan adopted by Brandon City Council in 2015, design, construction and installation of standardized park space signage is being undertaken by the City of Brandon’s In-City Maintenance and Building Maintenance Sections.
Installation of signage at the various entry points to Rideau Park was completed in late August, with signage at Princess Park, Stanley Park, and the Kin Park and Westridge Spray Parks to be completed by the end of September. Additionally, signage in Parkdale Community Park, Fox Place Park, Coronation Park, Lions Memorial Park, and Patricia Heights Park is scheduled for completion by the end of 2017, weather permitting. Funding has been budgeted in the next three fiscal years to complete the installation of park space signage across the community, dependent on Brandon City Council approval.
The City of Brandon’s Community Services Department is committed to the enhancement, development and maintenance of Brandon’s greenspace system and invites all residents and visitors to make use of the various greenspaces on offer throughout the seasons. You can learn more about the City of Brandon’s Community Services Department here.