The City of Moose Jaw has completed paving upgrades to pathways throughout Crescent Park, spending nearly $160,000 to enhance over one kilometre of trails.
The municipality received $109,350 through the federal Canada Community Revitalization Fund to support paving and restoring 1,150 metres of pathways throughout the park.
The project’s total cost was $155,000, with the remaining $45,650 coming from the city’s 2022 pathway upgrades capital budget.
City hall says the upgraded pathway system will greatly improve accessibility within the park and will enhance access to all amenities, such as the library, museum and art gallery, the Phyllis Dewar Outdoor Pool, the tennis club, and the lawn bowling club.
The upgrades also enhanced access to Crescent Park’s playground, spray park, amphitheatre and cenotaph.
The city started the project on Aug. 29 and finished Sept. 28.