Hamilton Park reopens in Rosemère

The City of Rosemère officially reopened Hamilton Park on September 30, marking the end of the major renovation work carried out during the summer of 2021. $ 280,000 were invested to restore this neighborhood park at the corner of De la Clarière and Du Parc streets. This green space is frequented by neighborhood children and their parents.
The play area, which welcomes children from 18 months to 12 years old, has been completely restored. Thus, the play modules have been renewed, the play surfaces have been redesigned and one of the new swings includes a parent-child seat. The opinions of young Rosemeriters from the day camp who have also chosen the play modules, from a proposed model were taken into account. On the other hand, the landscaping of the park has been revitalized, a concrete sidewalk has been laid out and the street furniture has been replaced.
“Neighborhood parks constitute a centerpiece of the living environment of Rosemère families, and delight children who learn there, through play, to develop their physical, social and creative skills. This is why, in our three-year capital plan, we have provided for the revitalization of certain parks whose play modules are obsolete. This year we are renovating Hamilton Park, last year we refurbished Hardy Park, and in 2023, Willows Park will be revitalized. We want our neighborhood parks to meet the current needs of families and to remain attractive and safe,” said Rosemère Mayor Eric Westram.