The final Landscaping and Waterproofing construction project at Waterdown Memorial Hall is moving ahead well. Councillor Partridge is very pleased with the new placement for the Flag Pole, illustrated in the sketch below. By the beginning of July, the front doors will have a fresh coat of paint, and there will be new entry stairs, retaining walls, seating benches, new planting beds and the re-installation of historic World War 1 plaques, Commemorative bell and fountain. The new landscaping design in the front yard includes lighting, grading, drainage. Waterproofing repair for the Memorial Hall basement is also being done within this final construction project.
Waterdown Memorial Hall was built in honour of our local residents who lost their lives servicing Canada in WW1. This project was part of the original Waterdown Memorial Hall Restoration project developed and approved by local representatives of Waterdown Legion, Flamborough Archives, Waterdown BIA, Councillor Partridge, City of Hamilton Staff and residents. If you any questions, please contact:
The City’s Project Manager, Meredith Plant, 905-546-2424 x1219, or
City of Hamilton Urban Renewal Section, 905-546-2424 x4222