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Construction on Oshawa’s centennial legacy project begins

The City of Oshawa yesterday announced that construction crews are mobilizing to begin construction on the Rotary Park and Pool Redevelopment project!

Full-scale construction is scheduled to begin on April 8.

The Rotary Park Redevelopment project is the City of Oshawa’s Legacy Project for our centennial year celebrations.

The project will include:

  • A new outdoor pool with four lanes, a zero-entry pool area and toddler pool area
  • A destination playground
  • A splash pad
  • A parking lot
  • Pathways
  • Site amenities

The new park and outdoor pool are scheduled to open to the public in July 2025.

A statement said city council selected the Rotary Park and Pool Redevelopment project as Oshawa’s centennial year Legacy Project. Conceived in the 1920s, the park and pool have been enjoyed by families and visitors for decades.

Located in the southern area of Oshawa’s downtown at Centre and Gibb Streets, the park provides a connection to the Joseph Kolodzie Trail and Brick By Brick Park, and close access to City Hall and downtown destinations and businesses.

Zero entry pool area, toddler pool area, four lane lap pool and splash pad rendering (supplied)

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