City to Spend $2.7m on Sports Field Upgrades
Thursday April 21st, 2011
Posted at 10:15am
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The City of Windsor is planning major upgrades to its sports fields over the next five years, starting with upgrades to ball diamonds.
In 2011, at an expense of $270,000, the City will completely restore the Windsor Stadium/Jackson Park baseball diamonds including fixes to playing surfaces.
In 2012, the City will restore MicMac Park’s “Fr. Cullen Field” with new grass, fencing and a new score clock.
In 2013 Wigle Park’s soccer field will be redone, and in 2014 the Walker Homesites park in Devonshire Heights will be refinished along with Realtor Park fields.