Coxe Boulevard Park Redevelopment

Similar to Sam Sherratt Park, Coxe Boulevard Park will be undergoing design review in 2020.

Coxe Boulevard Park is approximately 1.58 HA (close to 4 acres) in size and is located at 314 Coxe Boulevard behind E.W. Foster Public School. This established park serves as a trail head for the Sam Sherratt Trail, one of Milton’s longest off-road trails that connects to many other parks, schools, pathways and commercial areas. It currently has one youth ball diamond which is regularly programmed. There is also plenty of open space and mature trees scattered throughout the park.

The Town of Milton is seeking input from residents in order to formulate a final concept plan. Park upgrades are currently planned to take place in 2021 (subject to Council approval).


The initial park survey is now closed while we formulate three concepts for you to review in the coming weeks.

Coxe Boulevard Park is approximately 1.58 HA (close to 4 acres) in size and is located at 314 Coxe Boulevard behind E.W. Foster Public School. This established park serves as a trail head for the Sam Sherratt Trail, one of Milton’s longest off-road trails that connects to many other parks, schools, pathways and commercial areas. It currently has one youth ball diamond which is regularly programmed. There is also plenty of open space and mature trees scattered throughout the park.

The Town of Milton is seeking input from residents in order to formulate a final concept plan. Park upgrades are currently planned to take place in 2021 (subject to Council approval).


The initial park survey is now closed while we formulate three concepts for you to review in the coming weeks.

  • The survey is now closed while we formulate three concept scenarios for you to review in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!

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