BUFFALO, NY — Mayor Byron W. Brown today reminded residents that 10 City splash pads are now open through Labor Day.
The splash pads made their 2021 debut on Memorial Day. In 2020, only the City’s three largest splash pads were open due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements.
“We know there’s a lot of pent up demand for outdoor water activities, so we’re excited to be able to open our popular splash pads as we move out of pandemic restrictions.” Mayor Brown said.
The City’s splash pads will be open at from 11 a.m to 7 p.m. every day through Labor Day, weather permitting.
Here’s the list of City of Buffalo Splash pads now open:
Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Centennial Park - foot of Porter Ave.
Allison Park - Reese St., adjacent to Asarese Matters Center Masten Park - Best St., adjacent to Johnnie B. Wiley Sports Pavilion MLK Jr. Park Basin - Best St. and Fillmore Ave.
Lanigan Park - South Park Ave., west of Louisiana St.
Lincoln Park - foot of Quincy St.
Cazenovia Park - behind the park casino
Houghton Park - foot of Spahn St.
Schiller Park - Sprenger St. side of park
Roosevelt Park - foot of Roosevelt Ave
The Kensington Park splash pad is closed while pool is under reconstruction.
City’s Department of Public Works Seeking Public Input on Middle Main Streetscape Project
The Department of Public Works has developed two new design concept options for the Middle Main Street Streetscape Project (Main Street from Goodell Street to Kensington Avenue). The new concepts were developed based on community feedback received thus far from businesses and residents that participated in the first survey.
A new online survey is now available through July 1, 2021 on the project webpage, www.buffalony.gov/ MiddleMain, to collect public feedback on the two new design concept options. The survey responses will be used to continue developing