More City Diamonds And Fields Open

Wednesday May 15th, 2019

Posted at 3:40pm

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Baseball diamonds and city sports fields are starting to dry out across Windsor and more fields are open today.

Here is a complete list from the City of Windsor:

Open:

Belanger Park – Open
Bellewood Park – Open
Central Park – #1, #2, #3 – Open
Curry Park – #1, #2 – Open
Devonshire Heights Park – Open
Forest Glade Park – Optimist #1, #2, #3 Bombardier – Open
Holburn Park – Open
Jackson Park – #1, #2, #4, Cricket – Open
Leafield Park – Open
Maguire Park – Open
Mic Mac Baseball – Cullen, John Ivan #1, #2, #3, #6, Little League #1, #3 – Open
North Talbot Park – Open
Optimist Park – #1, #2, #3, Cricket – Open
Remington Park – Open
Riverside Baseball Park – #2 (Small Diamond) – Open
Rodzik Park – Open
Roseville Garden Park – Open
Stodgell Park – Open
Vet’s Memorial Park – #1, #2, #3 – Open
Walker Homesites – #1, #2, #3 – Open
The city says that these locations have been deemed playable, but might not have not received grass cutting and line painting they would normally receive if the weather conditions were dry.
 They ask you use your best judgement: if you feel that the field conditions are questionable, the safety of the players is compromised or the field is at risk of being damaged, please do not play on them.

Closed:

AKO Park – Closed
Captain Wilson – All Closed
Ford Test Track – All Fields Closed
Forest Glade Park – Tom Wilson, Bernie Amlin – Closed
Jackson Park – #3 – Closed
Kishkon Park – Closed
Kiwanis Park – Closed
Malden Park – Closed
McDonald Park – Closed
McHugh – Closed
Mic Mac Baseball – Soulliere, John Ivan #4, #5, Little League #2 – Closed
Mic Mac Soccer – #1, #3 – OPEN
Mic Mac Soccer – #2 – Closed
Polonia Park – Closed
Realtor – Closed
Riverside Baseball Park – #1 (Big Diamond) – Closed
Stillmeadow Park – Closed
Thompson Park – Closed
Tranby Park – Closed
Wilson Park – Closed

All baseball diamonds and sports fields that remain closed will be reassessed again on Thursday, May 16th to deem if they are ready to re-open.

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