City of Hamilton opens some spray pads early

Pier 4Waterdown MemorialWinonaFairgrounds ParkHeritage Green Sports ParkAll of the smaller neighbourhood pads will turn on the week of June 18. The City of Hamilton opened the Gage Park spray pad Thursday, after turning on two west-end pads the day before.Earlier this week, officials said city-run pads would begin opening June 11, despite soaring summer-like temperatures.The city said it didn’t have the funds to open them early.On Wednesday, the city announced that the Dundas Driving Park and Ancaster Village Green Park pads were open.According to the city, ward councillors covered the additional cost.Dundas Driving Park and Ancaster Village Green Park SPRAY PADS are now open, all others are set to open beginning the week of June 11! Thanks to the Ward Councillors who have covered the additional cost to open these two locations early. Details: https://t.co/T15pnl1xeh#HamOntpic.twitter.com/JhUNmbP80U— City of Hamilton (@cityofhamilton) May 30, 2018Thursday, the city announced the Gage Park pad was open.The list of spray pads is being updated here.The following large community-sized spray pads will open the week of June 11:

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