Claremont Memorial Park Neighbourhood Survey

We Want to Hear From You.

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The Department of Community Services is responding to a community request to install Pickleball lines on the existing tennis court in Claremont Memorial Park.

The installation of pickleball lines for two (2) courts will not replace the tennis court markings, but will instead be added to the existing court lines to make it a multi-purpose court, and increase access to the popular sport of Pickleball. The courts will remain public courts with tennis or pickleball play being on a first come first serve basis.  

We invite you to participate in this short online survey to asses community support for this project. 
Claremont Memorial Park Survey

The City of Pickering will be collecting your feedback until March 31, 2021. 

For questions about this project or the survey,
contact Rob Gagen at 905.420.2222 ext 5228 or email rgagen@pickering.ca.  


Pickering Parks

Keeping parks safe and enjoyable for all – view the Parks By-law 5495/99.

Pickering is home to over 220 hectares of open space and parkland, including over 85 parks, numerous 

sports fields and trails, and 4 conservation areas.

One of Pickering's gems is its waterfront. Of the 7.6 kilometres of Lake Ontario waterfront, approximately 5 kilometres is publicly accessible - 2.7 kilometres being beach. This doesn't even include all the parkland around Frenchman's Bay and the Hydro Marsh!

Pickering also has a number of creeks including the Petticoat, Amberlea, Dunbarton, Pine, Ganatsekiagon and Duffins Creeks, with wooded valley lands that extend from the waterfront, up through the urban areas.

Altona Forest

Maintained by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, conservation areas in Pickering include the Altona ForestClaremont Nature CentreGreenwood Conservation Area, and Petticoat Creek Conservation Area.

Adjacent to the westerly boundary of Pickering is the Rouge National Urban Park. This park is a unique combination of woodlands, valleys, meadows and farmlands that were set apart to create one of the largest parks in an urban area in North America.

Explore our parks today!

View our Parks & Facilities database, and help us take care of our parks and trails by reporting any signs of graffiti, illegal dumping, litter or vandalism.

Smoke Free Ontario

It is illegal to smoke in publicly owned parks containing children's playgrounds and sporting areas. Visit our Smoke Free Ontario web page for information about the Smoke-Free Ontario Act.