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Coopers Green Park

(Area B: Halfmoon Bay)

5500 Fisherman Road
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Location: At the north end of Redrooffs Road in Halfmoon Bay.

Area: 3.6 hectares (9.0 acres)

Map: Coopers Green Park

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COOPERS GREEN HALL REPLACEMENT PROJECT

The Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) is working with the community to design a replacement of the Coopers Green Community Hall. In 2017, a community Task Force was recruited and Principle Architecture was hired as SCRD’s design partner. The Task Force worked with Principle Architecture and SCRD staff to develop a preliminary design for the hall using community input for design priorities.

PROJECT UPDATES

March 15, 2018 Open House Presentation Materials ~ Open House Public Feedback Summary

June 20, 2018 Coopers Green Hall Replacement Project Update ~ Preliminary Design Presentation Slides

Task Force

The Coopers Green Hall Replacement Design Task Force was selected by the SCRD Board on June 22, 2017. The Task Force will help guide the design of a new hall building. Terms of Reference for the Task Force can be found here.

The final Coopers Green Hall Replacement Design Task Force meeting will be held on Wednesday September 19, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Coopers Green Community Hall. A copy of the agenda package can be viewed here.

The meeting is open to the public to attend.

Meeting notes:

2018: April 18 ~ May 30 ~ September 19

2017: August 30 ~ October 4 ~ October 25 ~ November 22 ~ December 15 ~ January 24

In 2016, the SCRD initiated the Coopers Green Park Management Plan project to provide a vision and goals for the park as well as identify management policies and actions.

Appendix A: Public Questionnaire Results

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Amenities: This popular waterfront park that looks across the Straight of Georgia has a large grassy treed area ideal for family picnics. During the summer you can play beach volleyball on the sandy court. The park also includes a barbeque pit, washroom facilities, swimming beach and a public recreational boat launch. It is also a popular location for divers.

The hall facility is wheel chair accessible with a full kitchen and a main hall and can accommodate up to 82 people. For hall rental information click here.

Please pay attention to tides when planning to launch your boat and park your vehicle and/or trailer in the designated area only. Vehicles parked improperly create a hazard to others and will be towed.

Links:

Tides, Currents and Water Levels

Fishing in Tidal Waters

Safe Boating Guide

Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons