The roof of the Parkhill Stanley Park Community Association’s south building is structurally unsound. The second floor “Cedar Room” has been closed for safety. There is no funding in place for repairs at this time. Currently, there is a temporary wall supporting the Cedar Room roof, allowing for continued use of the main floor. The permit for the wall is set to expire on March 31, 2016. Afterwards, the entire south building will be closed to public access, while options for dealing with the structural issue are developed. Part of this process will involve an engineering study.
Another important part of developing options is to get input from the community on the current and future role of the building. We asked local residents to share their thoughts on how they and/or their family currently use the community association facility and which programs and services they would like to see offered at the community association facility.
Some options for the facility are (but possibly not limited to):
• Repair the south portion of the building to recreate the cedar room.
• Remove the south portion of the building and build a new structure.
• Remove but do not restore the south portion of the building.
The survey is now closed. Thanks to everyone who provided feedback.
For information about what we heard, please visit the What We Heard tab.