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Monday October 6th, 2014

Posted at 11:00am

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A new playground structure was recently installed at Wigle Park on the corner of Erie and McDougall.

Wigle Park, which was Windsor’s first official park in 1908, is set to see several improvements and upgrades.

In addition to the play structure, the park will also get a new path, new benches, a soccer field and a new parking lot. The original field house remains the oldest park structure in the City and will also be restored.

Other improvements being considered in the concept plan include a new plaza with a water fountain feature.

The new play structure cost $160,000 and is one of five being installed in the city this year.

Wigle Park concept plan

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