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The 2023 spray park season is now over. Crews have winterized the parks to ensure they are safe and accessible for the 2024 season.
Spray parks are a great way to beat the heat in your neighbourhood this summer. They connect people to each other and their community.
To ensure that all participants have a safe and positive experience at our spray decks, please adhere to these rules and guidelines:
All persons must walk slowly in the water play area.
No drinking, spitting or spouting of water from the features.
No urinating in the water play area.
Keep pets out of the water play area.
Visitors exhibiting foul language or disruptive behaviour, including disregard for staff, will be asked to leave the water play area.
Appropriate swim wear is required (swimming suits). Note: Any young children who are not toilet trained must wear rubber fitting pants over disposable water diapers and bathing suits.
All children under the age of 6 years must be accompanied by an adult or responsible person of 13 years (or older) actively supervising them at the water play area.
Anyone having a skin disease, sores, inflamed eyes, colds, nasal or ear discharge, or communicable disease will not be permitted in the water play area.
Any person with diarrhea or a history of diarrhea over the past two weeks must not use the water play facility.
Food and Beverages
Food is not to be consumed in the water play area.
No glass containers in the water play area.
Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs and substances are prohibited.
Patrons suspected of being under the influence or possessing the above substances will be asked to leave the facility immediately or be turned over to the police.
Toys and Games
Pushing, chasing, fighting, roughhousing, and running in or around the water play area are not allowed.
No use of water balloons in the area.
Bikes, skateboards, roller blades and scooters are not permitted in the water play area.