City-wide Sports Facilities Needs Assessment Study

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The city of Vaughan is one of the fastest-growing communities in Canada, with a population of more than 341,600 people. To ensure that Vaughan continues to be a great place to live, work and play, the City must carefully plan for the facilities and services current and future residents need.

That’s why the City of Vaughan is currently completing the City-wide Sports Facilities Needs Assessment Study to help inform the planning of parks and outdoor sports facilities like baseball diamonds, soccer fields, basketball courts and tennis courts. The needs assessment will review the City’s current inventory of sports fields and courts, explore opportunities to better utilize existing facilities and identify priority locations for new or upgraded facilities.

The City-wide Sports Facilities Needs Assessment Study will be guided by the 2018 Active Together Master Plan (ATMP) (PDF). The ATMP, originally prepared in 2008 and updated every five years by the City of Vaughan, provides guidance on the planning, distribution and decision-making for new parks and recreational facilities, including service levels. To ensure the long-term growth needs of Vaughan’s communities are met, this needs assessment will help ensure facility provision standards outlined in the ATMP recommendations remain relevant and support city-building priorities.


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How can I get involved?

Which sports facilities do you use and enjoy in Vaughan? What additional facilities do you feel are needed? Have your say by:

  • using the interactive map to tell us which sports fields and courts you use and where you’d like to see additional facilities.
  • completing a survey to provide input on the need for additional sports facilities and improvements to existing facilities throughout Vaughan.

Your feedback will help the City understand the community’s preferences and needs for sports facilities across the city of Vaughan. This feedback opportunity is available until Sunday, Dec. 12.


The city of Vaughan is one of the fastest-growing communities in Canada, with a population of more than 341,600 people. To ensure that Vaughan continues to be a great place to live, work and play, the City must carefully plan for the facilities and services current and future residents need.

That’s why the City of Vaughan is currently completing the City-wide Sports Facilities Needs Assessment Study to help inform the planning of parks and outdoor sports facilities like baseball diamonds, soccer fields, basketball courts and tennis courts. The needs assessment will review the City’s current inventory of sports fields and courts, explore opportunities to better utilize existing facilities and identify priority locations for new or upgraded facilities.

The City-wide Sports Facilities Needs Assessment Study will be guided by the 2018 Active Together Master Plan (ATMP) (PDF). The ATMP, originally prepared in 2008 and updated every five years by the City of Vaughan, provides guidance on the planning, distribution and decision-making for new parks and recreational facilities, including service levels. To ensure the long-term growth needs of Vaughan’s communities are met, this needs assessment will help ensure facility provision standards outlined in the ATMP recommendations remain relevant and support city-building priorities.


Decorative image with "Get Involved" written on it.










How can I get involved?

Which sports facilities do you use and enjoy in Vaughan? What additional facilities do you feel are needed? Have your say by:

  • using the interactive map to tell us which sports fields and courts you use and where you’d like to see additional facilities.
  • completing a survey to provide input on the need for additional sports facilities and improvements to existing facilities throughout Vaughan.

Your feedback will help the City understand the community’s preferences and needs for sports facilities across the city of Vaughan. This feedback opportunity is available until Sunday, Dec. 12.


  • The City is working on the City-wide Sports Facilities Needs Assessment Study to inform the planning of parks and outdoor sports facilities across the city. The purpose of this survey is to collect your feedback on the City’s current inventory of sports fields and courts while also helping to identify opportunities to utilize existing facilities better and recommend locations for new and upgraded facilities.  

    The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will be available until Sunday, Dec. 12. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Kevin Huang, Senior Planner, Parks and Infrastructure Planning and Development at kevin.huang@vaughan.ca

    For more information about this project, please visit vaughan.ca/SportsFacilities.

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