Portlock Park Master Plan

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The Capital Regional District (CRD) Salt Spring Island (SSI) Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC) is developing a 20-year master plan for the Portlock Park site. This project was identified as a priority in the 2019 Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation Strategic Plan in response to the community’s desire for increased access to recreation facilities and infrastructure development for additional playing fields on Salt Spring Island.


The site master plan will inform a phased capital planning approach for new facilities and program amenities based on input provided from First Nations, key stakeholders, and the public.

The first round of public engagement with key stakeholders and a public survey is now complete and feedback has been compiled to develop three draft conceptual designs.

A second community survey concluded on September 29, 2023, gathering public opinion on three conceptual designs for Portlock Park. Feedback from that consultation has been compiled to develop one draft master plan that will be presented to key stakeholders for comment.

Final feedback will be compiled to develop one draft master plan and cost estimates that will be presented to the Salt Spring Island Local Community Commission (LCC) for final consideration.

The Capital Regional District (CRD) Salt Spring Island (SSI) Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC) is developing a 20-year master plan for the Portlock Park site. This project was identified as a priority in the 2019 Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation Strategic Plan in response to the community’s desire for increased access to recreation facilities and infrastructure development for additional playing fields on Salt Spring Island.


The site master plan will inform a phased capital planning approach for new facilities and program amenities based on input provided from First Nations, key stakeholders, and the public.

The first round of public engagement with key stakeholders and a public survey is now complete and feedback has been compiled to develop three draft conceptual designs.

A second community survey concluded on September 29, 2023, gathering public opinion on three conceptual designs for Portlock Park. Feedback from that consultation has been compiled to develop one draft master plan that will be presented to key stakeholders for comment.

Final feedback will be compiled to develop one draft master plan and cost estimates that will be presented to the Salt Spring Island Local Community Commission (LCC) for final consideration.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Capital Regional District (CRD) Salt Spring Island Parks, Arts, Recreation and Culture (PARC) has developed three conceptual design drafts for the Portlock Park Master Plan following input from community consultation phase 1.

    The survey is now closed. Responses to the three conceptual designs will help inform the final draft designs, which will go to the Local Community Commission (LCC) for approval.

    If you have any questions about the collection or use of this information, please contact:

    Dan Ovington, Manager, Parks and Recreation Services

    108-121 McPhillips

    Salt Spring Island V8K 2T6

    (P) 250.537.4448 (E) dovington@crd.bc.ca 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Capital Regional District (CRD) is seeking public input as part of its work to develop a 20-year site master plan for Portlock Park. The site master plan will inform a phased capital planning approach for new facilities and program amenities based on input provided from First Nations, key stakeholders, and the public. 

    This survey is now closed. Results will be used as a reference to develop three draft conceptual designs for additional feedback.

    If you have any questions please contact:

    Dan Ovington, Manager, Parks and Recreation Services

    108-121 McPhillips

    Salt Spring Island V8K 2T6

    (P) 250.537.4448 (E) dovington@crd.bc.ca

    Take Survey
    Share Community Survey #1 on Facebook Share Community Survey #1 on Twitter Share Community Survey #1 on Linkedin Email Community Survey #1 link
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