Shovels in the Ground on New Centennial Area Spray Pad

Shovels in the Ground on New Centennial Area Spray Pad

Freight House Spray Pad
Mayor Brian Bowman, Point Douglas Councillor Mike Pagtakhan, and Robert Baxter, president of Centennial Community Improvement Association, break ground on the new Freight House Recreation Centre spray pad on Wednesday, May 2, 2018. (HANDOUT)

Freight House Spray PadWINNIPEG — Ground was broken on Wednesday at the future site of the new Freight House Recreation Centre spray pad.

The fully-accessible spray pad at 200 Isabel Street will be adjacent to the Freight House Outdoor Pool and have three zones for different patrons — toddlers, children, and youth. The spray pad area will also include the installation of benches, picnic tables, pathways and landscaping.

Construction is expected to be complete by early this summer at a cost of just over $1.1 million. Once open, it will be Winnipeg’s 22nd spray pad.

— Staff

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