Speedway and league could co-exist at Mt Smart Stadium.
The Auckland Council is looking at ways to make better use of its facilities without having to do a complete upgrade of the Warriors ground.
Regional Facilities Auckland boss Robert Domm says the have a concept for Mount Smart to become dual purpose for speedway and as the home of the Warriors.
"Obviously if we thought there was a design solution, we'd sit down with the Warriors and consult with them and see whether we can get their concurrence.
"I mean, we're a long way short of getting to that point, we've only had one preliminary discussion with Bill Buckley from Western Springs promotions, we've floated the idea past him."
Robert Domm says there has to be a debate about playing bigger games at the best facilities.
"It's exactly what the NRL is promoting in Sydney at the moment and we think we should be having that debate here in Auckland so all we've said to the Warriors is we think they should play their big games at Eden Park, they should remain based at Mt Smart."
Meanwhile one Westmere local has big dreams for Western Springs and they don't involve speedway.
Annette Isbey is in her eighties and lives between Auckland Zoo and the springs.
A couple of years back she wrote a submission on what could be included in the park, when the days of speedway are over.
Ms Isbey wants public tennis courts, pentaque courts and places where people could play chess.
She's not worried about the park becoming a white elephant, adding she has enough problems with the zoo's real elephants over her back fence.
Photo: Mt Smart Stadium (Photosport)