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City News & Events

July 2019
High Heat Alert
A High Heat Alert has been issued for Niagara. The City wants to remind residents and visitors that indoor cooling stations are available around the City. These stations are free and open to everyone during operating hours. The City’s pools and splash pads are also a great, fun way to cool off outside.

During High Heat Alerts, Niagara Falls Transit offers free fare to riders travelling to/from an official cooling station within the City. Simply indicate to your driver that you are traveling to a cooling station and your fare will be covered.

Be sure to take extra precautions during the extreme heat. Don't leave infants, children or pets in a parked car, & take a moment to check on elderly or shut-in neighbours.

View more information on the City's indoor and outdoor cooling stations. 
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Enjoy Free Public WiFi in More City Parks
The City is pleased to announce that you can now enjoy free public WiFi access on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop at three additional City Parks:
  • Patrick Cummings Memorial Sports Complex - Splash pad area
  • Oakes Park - Grandstand area
  • Kalar Sports Park - Pavilion area
The City's WiFi signal will display as CNF_Guest.

Currently, there is free WiFi access at MacBain Community Centre Park (7150 Montrose Road) and Rosberg Family Park (4284 Queen Street). City facilities including City Hall, MacBain Community Centre, Coronation Centre, Centennial Square, and Gale Centre also offer free WiFi access.
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Niagara Falls Bark Park Now Open!
Located on the grounds of the Niagara Falls Humane Society, 6025 Chippawa Parkway, in the south end of the City, the Niagara Falls Bark Park is open daily, year-round, from dawn to dusk. Details
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Operation Awesome Playgrounds Parks
The City is excited to announce that 10 playgrounds at neighbourhood parks will be replaced in 2019. These park playgrounds include:
  • Kitchener Park (5491 Lewis Avenue)
  • Alexander Park (5421 Alexander Crescent)
  • Althea Park (6162 Althea Street)
  • Brookfied Park (7053 Brookfield Avenue)
  • Corwin Park (6475 Walter Avenue)
  • Alpine Park (7830 Alpine Drive)
  • Fern Park (7516 Fern Avenue)
  • Glengate Park (4190 Pettit Avenue)
  • Meadowvale Park (7148 Briarwood Avenue)
  • Theresa Park (2864 Gail Avenue)
Details can be found at
Live Art Niagara
Live Art  @ the Market!
Live ART, this weekend at the Niagara Falls Farmers’ Market! Come and see local artists, Geoff Farnsworth, James Gielfeldt, Emily Andrews and Christopher Pew create artworks inspired by the Farmers' Market. Saturday, July 6th, 8 a.m.- 12 noon. Check us out at
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Call for Wheat Paste Art
Niagara Falls Culture is calling all artists to produce artistic images showcasing the history of 11 locations/buildings in the city. Learn more at
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The Ben Harpur Big Game: Friday July 19, 2019
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman (formerly Ottawa Senators), Ben Harpur, will be holding his charity Ball Hockey Tournament, The Ben Harpur Big Game, for kids ages 7 to 14, at the Gale Centre, on Friday, July 19. This all day event is in support of the Canadian Tire JUMPSTART program which provides local kids ages 4 to 18 with equal access to sports and physical activity. Team Registration is open! For more information visit
Canada Day July 2019 - Thank you to everyone who participated
Canada Day 2019: Thank You
The City of Niagara Falls would like to thank everyone who participated in our Canada Day Celebration on Monday, July 1st. We had a fun and successful day and estimate that more than 20,000 people of all ages turned up to enjoy the Celebration! This event would not be possible without our amazing community groups, performers, vendors, and of course our many volunteers! Thank you to everyone involved!
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Save Water.  Save Money.
We're offering the Flowie Discount Program to promote water conservation among homeowners and property managers. The Flowie water flow sensor learns water usage patterns and also helps minimize property damage by detecting water use, leaks, power outages, humidity and temperature. Plus! You could win a Floodie! Details at
Stay in the Know: City Updates
Register now Niagara Falls Art Show & Competiton
Niagara Falls Art Show & Competition
Calling all artists 18+! Registration is now open for the 4th Annual Niagara Falls Art Show & Competition that will take place at the Victoria Avenue Public Library August 2nd-29th, 2019.  The competition is open to all Niagara Falls residents and students over the age of 18.  There is no fee to enter; however all participants are asked to register online in advance (registration will close two days before the show).
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Red Cross Swim Lessons
Register online for programs for infants and children up to 12 years of age at the City's outdoor pools this summer.
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Field Closure Hotline
When the weather is bad but you've got a game, you can easily find out if your sports field has been closed.
Our Field Closure Hotline is updated daily by 3 p.m.  
Call (905) 356-7521 ext 3399.
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Firemen's Park
Tuesday and Thursday nights at Firemen's Park, the Stamford Centre Volunteer Firemen's Association (SCVFA) hosts their annual summer Twilight Tuesdays and Blues in the Park. For details visit them on Facebook!
We're hiring
Employment Opportunities
The City is currently accepting applications for Project Manager, Development Technologist, and more. Looking for something else? Sign up for employment notifications! Visit for details and to apply.
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Fire Calls: June 2019
Total Calls: 472
Fire: 134
Medical: 205
Rescue: 52
Other: 81
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