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Posted Monday, July 22, 2024

All but one City spray pad is now open as temperatures hit the mid-twenties this week.
Northfield Heights spray pad reopened following repairs last week, while Weaver Park spray pad in Hespeler will remain closed.
The spray pad is not repairable at this time and will be referred to a capital budget project, as the City looks to replace it in the future.
For a complete list of City spray pads and their status visit, cambridge.ca/spraypads

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Posted Friday, July 19, 2024

The Invest Cambridge team is excited to welcome a film crew to the city on Monday July, 22. Crews will be set up in the area of Black Bridge Road.
Affected Locations:
Black Bridge Road from Townline Road to Baldwin Drive.
Anticipated Impacts:
There will be intermittent traffic controls along Black Bridge road for scenes.
Special Advisories:
Filming will involve stunt driving along Black Bride Road, with professional stunt drivers.
Parking:...

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Posted Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Riverside splash pad is now open with 3 features functional.  Thank you for your patience during a difficult start up.

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Posted Wednesday, July 17, 2024

The City, in partnership with the GRCA, is continuing to monitor the flooding situation after yesterday’s storm, and additional rainfall this morning. The following areas are still affected:
Clyde Road was closed from the Franklin roundabout to Elgin St due to flooding but has since been reopened.
Riverside Park parking area remains closed.
Soper Park remains closed.
Sports fields remain closed due to saturation of the turf.
Mill Race trail remains...

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Posted Wednesday, July 17, 2024

City spray pads at the following locations remain closed for repairs:
Northview Heights Park
Riverside Park
Weaver Park
Repairs have been delayed due to recent weather conditions and supply chain delays for parts.
For a full list of spray pad locations in the city and to check their status visit, cambridge.ca/spraypads

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