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Clarington announces a new park in Newtonville

The Municipality of Clarington yesterday announced a new park for Newtonville.

“Clarington is building a new park in Newtonville, and we’d like to hear from you,” said a municipal notice.

Named Rose Park and located at 79 Rose Crescent, the facility is aimed at enhancing the neighbourhood’s recreational, leisure and amenity offerings.

The parkette will include a junior and senior playground, swings, a shade structure, park pathways, seating, and open green space. The new park is expected to open to the public in fall 2024, the notice said.

Visit to view the park design and take the survey by April 15, 2024. You can recommend what equipment you’d like the playground to include, leave comments or weigh in on other ideas by using the thumbs-up or thumbs-down button.

Residents have made it clear that they want more parks and green space in Clarington. Help shape Rose Park into a community space that Newtonville residents of all ages will enjoy for years to come.

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