New Playground Equipment Planned for Three Windsor Parks

Tuesday July 31st, 2012

Posted at 12:15pm


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A hilly and recently redone segment of Windsor’s Riverfront will be getting a new playground

With recent news about the City of Windsor pulling out unsafe playground equipment from many city parks, City Council will be asked to approve the purchase of new equipment for three playgrounds next week.

For a total cost of $520,609.50 Captain Wilson Park, South Cameron Woodlot and the Riverfront between the Bert Weeks Fountain and the Retention Treatment Basin will all see new play structures.

All three parks will be barrier free and with the approval of the tender by Council, instillation should begin in the near future.

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