Brock Township is hoping to land $250,000 from the provincial government for an overhaul of Thorah Centennial Park.
Members of council recently received a staff report outlining the project and application process for the program.
“The park will become a beautiful, well used, family place for fun and gatherings to our ever growing Brock population,” the report reads.
The initial proposal includes shoreline improvements, playground equipment, picnic tables with shelter, benches, tree plantings and a beach volleyball as well as improved water access for kayakers and windsurfers.
The recommendation was unanimously supported by council.
“I am hopeful Brock is successful in this grant. Moving forward, I envision a long term plan where one park is planned to be replaced every year throughout the municipality,” said Ward 1 Councillor Mike Jubb in a social
“Here is an opportunity to bring back a beautiful asset on the lake,” added Ward 4 Cria Pettingill.