Run For The Cure alters City Park parking Oct. 4

Motorists are asked to be aware of the increased pedestrian traffic.

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s annual Run for the Cure will take place Sunday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m.

Participants will run and walk a one- or five-kilometre route beginning and ending at City Park.

While there are no road closures for the event, participants will be using sidewalks and pathways, so motorists are asked to be aware of the increased pedestrian traffic.

Motorists may experience minor disruptions where participants cross Water Street at Smith Avenue and Water Street at Sunset Drive. Starting Friday, Oct. 2 until Monday, Oct. 5, some City Park parking stalls along the ring road between the north field and playground will be restricted.

On-street parking will be restricted on Oct. 4 from 6 a.m. to noon on the west side of Abbott Street between the City Park entrance and Rose Garden.

 

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