Brief: Revelstoke splash park open house scheduled (correction)

The public will get chance to give feedback on proposed new splash park at an open house on February 29.

This is a rough design of a proposed splash park for Farwell Park.

Correction: The City of Revelstoke posted on its Facebook page that the date of the hearing was Feb. 24. In fact, it is on Feb. 29. We have updated the story to reflect this.

The public will get their chance to give feedback on the proposed splash park at an open house next week.

The City of Revelstoke has scheduled an open house at the community centre on Monday, Feb. 29, from 4–5:30 p.m.

City staff, along with members of the Revy Splash Park Group will be on hand to answer questions about the proposal.

Residents are asked to provide feedback on the design and location of the splash park.

The splash park group is proposing to build a facility on the sit of the old wading pool in Farwell Park, however other locations are being considered.

Feedback can also be provided by e-mailing Laurie Donato, the director of parks, recreation & culture, at


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