Jack Bagley Community Park Development

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Through public input, a concept plan was developed for Jack Bagley Community Park. This plan will be implemented through a phased approach.

The first phase will include sports courts (including 1 tennis court and 5 pickleball courts), an accessible entrance ramp and stairs, a paved plaza with picnic tables, and a new water line and irrigation to the playing fields. A new washroom building with a covered area is also planned.

The second phase of park improvements will include upgrades to a single ball field, a half-size soccer field, and enhanced parking along Powder Point Road. This phase is not currently funded and is dependent on Regional Board approval.

This project is funded by the Regional District of Nanaimo, Community Works Funds, and Pacific Economic Development Canada.

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  • Have a question about the project? Ask us in the Q & A tab below. We will share it and the answer for all to see.

Through public input, a concept plan was developed for Jack Bagley Community Park. This plan will be implemented through a phased approach.

The first phase will include sports courts (including 1 tennis court and 5 pickleball courts), an accessible entrance ramp and stairs, a paved plaza with picnic tables, and a new water line and irrigation to the playing fields. A new washroom building with a covered area is also planned.

The second phase of park improvements will include upgrades to a single ball field, a half-size soccer field, and enhanced parking along Powder Point Road. This phase is not currently funded and is dependent on Regional Board approval.

This project is funded by the Regional District of Nanaimo, Community Works Funds, and Pacific Economic Development Canada.

  • Project and construction updates will be posted below.
  • To receive updates directly, subscribe with your email address to the right.
  • Have a question about the project? Ask us in the Q & A tab below. We will share it and the answer for all to see.
  • The washroom building is coming!

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    Washroom Building Architectural Rendering


    To complete phase 1 of Jack Bagley Community Park, contractors will begin construction of the washroom building in early February. This building will have two unisex stalls, a small storage room, and an undercover gathering space.

    We do not anticipate any court closures during the construction but please stay alert and obey site signage.

    The washroom is expected to be complete and ready for use this summer.

  • Sports courts complete!

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    The sports courts are now complete and open to the public.

    There may be some construction activity near the courts while we continue to improve Jack Bagley Community Park.

    Please obey signs and personnel on site.

    For court or field booking information, please refer to the online booking page at: https://www.rdn.bc.ca/qualicum-hall-fields-and-courts

    If you have questions regarding court schedules please email fieldbooking@rdn.bc.ca or call 250-752-5014.


  • Construction of Phase 1 improvements

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    The construction of the first phase has begun!

    Construction will include sports courts (including 1 tennis court and 5 pickleball courts), an accessible entrance ramp and stairs, a paved plaza with picnic tables, and a new water line and irrigation to the playing fields.

    A new washroom building and covered picnic area are also planned but are contingent on grant funding.

    Detailed construction timelines are being developed, with anticipated completion in early September. Stay tuned for more information on temporary park closures.




  • Plans for Jack Bagley Community Park

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    Thank you all all who attended the Open House last spring. We have compiled your comments, considered the site, and the project consultants have completed a Concept Plan for Jack Bagley Community Park. Please have a look in the document library to see the Public Engagement Summary and the plans for the park.

    A Phasing Plan for the work is also provided and 2 phases are highlighted.

    The first phase includes 1 tennis and 5 pickleball hard surface courts, a washroom and storage building, safe and accessible access to the park along Powder Point Road to a park entry plaza with seating, and a path connection to Nanoose Place with stairs.

    The second phase includes upgrades to a single ball field, a half-size soccer field, and enhanced parking along Powder Point Road.

    The development of the plans are pending Regional Board approval. If approval is provided, construction documents will be underway in 2020 with construction potentially starting in 2021. A completion date for the project has not yet been determined.

  • Open House for Jack Bagley Community Park

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    When: Wednesday June 12, 2019 4pm - 6pm
    Where: Nanoose Place Community Center, 2925 NW Bay Road

    Please join us to learn about the redevelopment plans for Jack Bagley Community Park. We want to hear from you! Stay tuned for feedback opportunities on this page following the Open House.


Page last updated: 25 Jan 2023, 11:22 AM