Past and Present Projects

Shannon Park Skate Park - located on MacCauley Street just north of Montreal Street.

Due to the community’s request for a recreational facility suitable for older youth and young adults, CRNC has completed an 8, 000 sq. ft. skate park in Shannon Park. The skate park is suitable for skateboarders, cyclists, rollerbladers and push scooters. This new facility provides a healthy recreational opportunity to youth and young adults in the community, as well as providing a safe alternative to skate board usage on streets and private property.


The Skate Park was completed in December of 2016.  CRNC and the community are very grateful to all who donated - every dollar helped.


We Invite you to join CRNC and our partner, the City of Kingston,

to the Opening Celebration

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 3:00 - 5:30 pm.

Across from Rideau Heights Public School - 77 MacCauley Street

Enjoy live music, a few speaches, ribbon cutting, skate board demonstration and BBQ


Special thanks to our major contributors:

The City of Kingston

United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington

Community Foundation for Kingston & Area

The Hannah Washburn, Neil Currie Polson Trust

Empire Life

Dream Unlimited

AGNA Investments Ltd.

James Brown & Joan Lee

Parlo Saha Wang Medicine

Ontario Trillium Foundation

Knightstone Capital Management Inc.

Nancy Helwig

Kingston Community Credit Union

CIBC World Markets

Crossroads United Church

Dr. Chris Frank


Janice Barling, Margaret Bell, Mike Bullet, Joyce Eikre, Lynne Ginsberg, Vivian Ludwin & Gloria Pivnick

Jr. Community Response to Neighbourhood Concerns


The Skate Park was designed by Jim Barnum of Spectrum Skate Parks Inc. who donated many hours to help CRNC through this process, Engineering was provided by Stantec and the Park was constructed by Patterned Concrete Ontario Inc.