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Sections of Crane Park trails closed during revitalization

Trail improvements coming to Crane Park Aug. 3
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NEWS RELEASE
CITY OF GUELPH
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Construction at Crane Park starts Aug. 3 to continue the revitalization of trails and natural spaces. The Crane Park Revitalization Project is a part of our larger strategy to improve connectivity of existing trails outlined in the Guelph Trail Master Plan. Construction is expected to end by Sept. 3, weather permitting.

Expected closures:

Trail closed between Dovercliffe Road and College Avenue West

Between Aug. 3-Sept. 3, the trail will be completely closed north of the pedestrian stairway at Dovercliffe Road to the northern-most trail head at Dovercliffe Road.

Closures to the remaining trail weekdays from 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

The connecting trail from Dovercliffe Road to the Speed River will be closed weekdays from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. and will remain open on weekends.

The main trail from the parking lot at College Avenue West to the Speed River will have intermittent closures on weekdays from 7 a.m.-3 p.m., but remains open on weekends.

Please stay out of marked work areas until construction is complete.

Map of construction area:

Where to hike and play instead:

Find a map of other trails to walk, cycle and enjoy at guelph.ca/trails. You can find a list of approved leash-free areas at guelph.ca/dogs.

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