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Water Conservation a focus as Lethbridge spray parks open this Friday

Another sure sign that summer is almost here: Lethbridge spray parks are opening! Water will flow at two of the city’s three spray parks on Friday, May 17, at 12 p.m.

The Legacy spray park, the largest in the city, sits in the north end of Legacy Park. Three sections divide it: a tot area, a family zone and a space for kids aged 5-12.

Rotary Centennial Fountain is in the southeast corner of Galt Gardens. It features 97 jets synchronized with music and light.

Water conservation plays a role in this year’s operations:

·         The overwhelming majority of water at both parks is cleaned and recycled.

·         Both parks have reduced hours. Legacy will open between 12 p.m. – 7 p.m. and Rotary will open between 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. These hours can be adjusted to fit community needs and may be impacted by inclement weather.

·         The water height at Rotary Fountain is being lowered to reduce evaporation.

·         The Gyro spray park, located behind Nicholas Sheran Arena, does not use recycled water and will not open this year.

Both spray parks are free of charge. They will remain open until the Labour Day long weekend in September, or as summer weather permits.

For Public Inquiries:
Call 311 | Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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