The Master Plan for John Hendry Park, or Trout Lake, began back in 2013. A second phase of public consultation will take place in “early 2021” according the park Master Plan website (see vancouver.ca/john-hendry for details). There was a draft Master Plan published in June 2015 that saw significant opposition, for example, against plans to relocate the off leash dog park.
There are a number of drainage improvements that are sorely needed in the park. These extend to drainage on the footpaths and the BC Parkway bike path that run through the park; standing puddles of water can be frequently found in these paths after storms. There’s also standing water currently on the eastern perimeter of the park (photos below). None of these improvements need the Master Plan. Perhaps some interim work could be done in the near future to address drainage issues.