City of Delta Street FUN-iture Program

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We want to create more FUN in our City and we need your help! Last summer, City of Delta installed physically distanced Adirondack chairs throughout the community – these were a huge hit and were well used by residents and visitors. This summer, we want to add more street furniture – or FUN-iture – to create a fun vibe in our commercial districts. Street FUN-iture may include seating, pop-up parks, parklets, eating areas, and/or interactive games and art installations. Watch our short placemaking video to learn how Street FUN-iture can create fun and better connect our community.

Placemaking Video:


Do you have Street FUN-iture ideas that you would like to share with City of Delta? Maybe you have seen something fun in another city that you would like to see installed in Delta. Or maybe you have a picture of something you saw in a magazine or on the internet that would be really fun to see in our community. Please take our short Street FUN-iture survey by April 2, 2021 to share your ideas!



Here are some examples of Street FUN-iture installments from across Canada:

Seating: socialize at a safe, physical distance

Image Source: Photo Taken by Rajan Sandhu Fire pit & seating located in Vancouver, BC (Image source: photo taken by Rajan Sandhu )

Socially distanced pop-up park - Broadway Market, Hackney (Image source: Palmers Green Community)

Eating Areas: enjoy takeout with family

City of North Vancouver - Shipping container converted to outdoor public seating (Image source: City of North Vancouver)

Outdoor Tables & Chairs (Image Source: Shutter Stock)

Urban Play: play outside

Children's play parklet - 1600 Lonsdale, North Vancouver (Image Source: City of North Vancouver)

Outdoor ping pong (Image source: Mission Local)

We want to create more FUN in our City and we need your help! Last summer, City of Delta installed physically distanced Adirondack chairs throughout the community – these were a huge hit and were well used by residents and visitors. This summer, we want to add more street furniture – or FUN-iture – to create a fun vibe in our commercial districts. Street FUN-iture may include seating, pop-up parks, parklets, eating areas, and/or interactive games and art installations. Watch our short placemaking video to learn how Street FUN-iture can create fun and better connect our community.

Placemaking Video:


Do you have Street FUN-iture ideas that you would like to share with City of Delta? Maybe you have seen something fun in another city that you would like to see installed in Delta. Or maybe you have a picture of something you saw in a magazine or on the internet that would be really fun to see in our community. Please take our short Street FUN-iture survey by April 2, 2021 to share your ideas!



Here are some examples of Street FUN-iture installments from across Canada:

Seating: socialize at a safe, physical distance

Image Source: Photo Taken by Rajan Sandhu Fire pit & seating located in Vancouver, BC (Image source: photo taken by Rajan Sandhu )

Socially distanced pop-up park - Broadway Market, Hackney (Image source: Palmers Green Community)

Eating Areas: enjoy takeout with family

City of North Vancouver - Shipping container converted to outdoor public seating (Image source: City of North Vancouver)

Outdoor Tables & Chairs (Image Source: Shutter Stock)

Urban Play: play outside

Children's play parklet - 1600 Lonsdale, North Vancouver (Image Source: City of North Vancouver)

Outdoor ping pong (Image source: Mission Local)

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please share with us your opinion on some of the examples of street FUN-iture provided and feel free to share any ideas you have come across from other communities. Have your say, complete the short survey by April 2, 2021. The survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete. Please feel free to fill out the survey with members of your household and to include all ages!

    The City of Delta will continue to follow the advice from our Provincial Health Officer. COVID-19 safety protocols will be encouraged through appropriate signage. 


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