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Posted On Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Map of area impacted by watermain workWe are conducting watermain work at Erb Street and Fischer-Hallman Road from July 26 to 30.
If you live in the grayed-out area on this map , you will experience low water pressure and potentially discoloured water. Water is still safe to consume. 
WHEN:  Monday, July 26, 2021 after 1 p.m. UNTIL Friday, July 30, 2021 
WHY:  Watermain work for the Erb Street/Fischer-Hallman Roadd construction project 
WHERE:   See map online for...

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Posted On Friday, July 16, 2021

The City of Waterloo is excited to announce the opening of the Albert McCormick Central Plaza, a project in the making since 2013. 
“Waterloo loves the skatepark uptown,” says Brooke Milsom, landscape technologist for the City of Waterloo and the lead on this project. “We are thrilled to bring another skatepark, and several other amenities, to this beloved community centre.” 
The Albert McCormick Central Plaza is the newest addition to...

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Posted On Wednesday, July 14, 2021

With Waterloo Region moving into Step 3 of the provincial response framework on Friday, July 16, the City of Waterloo will gradually re-start recreation programs, services and amenities, as well as remove restrictions on other city services according to the guidelines and protocols. 
A number of outdoor recreation programs are already underway and we will gradually ramp up further indoor program and services as of July 16. This means some programs and services may not...

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Posted On Thursday, July 08, 2021

The City of Waterloo will move with the rest of the region into Step 2 of the provincial Roadmap to Reopen  on Monday, July 12, 2021. Residents are reminded to continue following physical distancing and face covering recommendations, and of the general provincial gathering limits under Step 2:
Maximum 25 people for outdoor gatherings
Maximum 5 people for indoor gatherings
Other City of Waterloo changes effective Monday, July 12 in Step 2:
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Posted On Wednesday, July 07, 2021

The City of Waterloo is pleased to announce Lucy Bilson as the 2021 Artist in Residence. Throughout the summer, Bilson will involve the community in a series of online and in-person engagements. These engagements will invite the community to participate in the creation of a collaborative art project that will be exhibited throughout September and October 2021 during the city’s Culture Days festivities.   
“Our city’s parks and trail networks...

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