This small pool of drinking water is in close proximity to the leading of a drinking water feature in Andy Livingstone Park, Vancouver BC. The drinking water was reflecting two apartment properties reverse the park web site.
Drinking water is pumped to the leading of a hill in the park and then it cascades down by way of smaller swimming pools and a winding stream to two large reflecting ponds at the base.
About the Park:
From the Metropolis of Vancouver website web site: cfapp.vancouver.ca/parkfinder_wa/index.cfm?fuseaction=FAC…
Andy Livingstone Park offers refuge from the busy metropolis with a huge variety of services, which include several possibilities for energetic recreation, as very well as extra scenic and serene regions. Check out just one of the curving trails that meanders up to the significant point of the park, abide by the stream down to the pleasurable official seating space and pond, participate in a match of soccer, or delight in the lush ferns, salal, and dogwood that spill in excess of the beds and slopes all over the park. An adjacent waterfall and cobble-bottomed stream also conceals a pump household whose mechanical features support the 500 gallon for each minute re-circulating waters.
The park’s most outstanding feature is a really well known double, lighted, synthetic turf enjoying subject ideal for soccer, subject hockey and softball.
The park was named for former Park Commissioner Andy Livingstone who served his metropolis from 1969 – 1988. The park was officially opened in June 1995 and was paid for through local community amenity contributions from developer Concord Pacific Inc.
Typical Park Data:
– Total park four.21 hectares
– two lighted synthetic turf fields acceptable for several subject sports
– new synthetic turf put in in 2009
– two tennis courts and just one basketball courtroom
– subject household with modify rooms
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