The Town has embarked on the development of its first Culture Plan with the purpose to provide strategic direction for the provision of arts and culture.
Sports Facility Strategy
The Town of Whitby has developed a Sports Facility Strategy intended to provide guidance for the provision of indoor and outdoor sports facilities over the next 20 years.
The Sports Facility Strategy: Recommendation Plan was adopted by Council in June 2015. It contains recommendations for indoor and outdoor sports facilities including or related to the number of facilities required by type, the approximate size and general location, along with an implementation and funding plan.
The Sports Facility Strategy: Technical Background Report went to the Operations Committee Monday, May 26, 2014. It was developed to obtain an understanding of the demographics of Whitby and provide the basis for the development of a strategy.
Waterfront Parks and Open Space Master Plan
The Waterfront Parks and Open Space Master Plan provides a comprehensive 20-year strategy to enhance the waterfronts natural, heritage, cultural, and recreational features.
The Town of Whitby final consolidated Waterfront Parks and Open Space Master Plan, January 2016 went to the Operations Committee Monday, February 22, 2016. This consolidated final version includes an executive summary, Phase 2 (Waterfront Precincts Concepts) and Phase 3 (Implementation and Detailed Order of Magnitude Costing).
The Waterfront Parks and Open Space Master Plan: Background Report went to the Operations Committee November 2011. It is available for your reference.
Whitby Cycling and Leisure Trails Plan
The objective of the Whitby Cycling and Leisure Trails Plan (PDF, 26.2 MB) is to develop a safe, convenient cycling and trails network. The plan focuses on best practices, future policies, design standards, public education, and funding strategies, as well as short- and long-term implementation strategies.
CPROS Strategic Master Plan
The Culture, Parks, Recreation and Open Space Strategic Master Plan (PDF, 2.5 MB) guides the Town's parks, culture and recreation services to achieve strategies that manage and create positive change.