Rocky Point Park is Port Moody's premiere park. Its 3.8 hectares (9.5 acres) offer public access to the waterfront, a variety of recreation opportunities and a gateway to the Shoreline Park System right in the heart of the city. The park has been a centrepiece of Port Moody for many years. The last major improvements to the park, in 1991, included the development of the seawall and concrete pathways. The growing population of Port Moody and increased participation in passive outdoor activities has seen use of the park increase dramatically since then.
The Rocky Point Master Plan was commissioned to set out the proposed uses and captial improvements for the park over the next ten years and to assess the environmental sustainability of the entire Shoreline Park System.
The report is made up of several components, including subreports and a map. The report is presented here in parts for easier navigation.
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