The City of Niagara Falls will host a ribbon cutting at AG Bridge Park on Friday, October 6, at 4:00 pm to celebrate the completion of the Court Enhancement Project. In conjunction with the Minister of Economic Development through the Canada Community Revitalization fund, over one million dollars of court refurbishment has been completed across six City of Niagara Falls parks.
The parks include: AG Bridge Park (6706 Culp Street),AJ McKinley Park (4868 Crysler),Alpine Park (7830 Alpine Drive),Glenview Park (4521 Leader Lane),Preakness Park (7857 Preakness Street) and Westfield Park (6983 Warden Avenue)
AG Bridge Park has benefitted from the project, with the reconstruction of two tennis courts with premium surfaces, replacement of two tennis courts, and the completion of one multi-purpose basketball court.
Mayor Jim Diodati, City Council and Staff, as well as representatives from community partner, Niagara Falls Red Raiders Basketball will be on and to celebrate the completion of the Court Enhancement Project