The Gordie Howe International Bridge project team is providing the City of Windsor with $200,000 as part of its Community Benefits Plan initiative to invest in parks located in Sandwich. The $200,000 will support the construction of a new gazebo and improvements to the existing board walkway in McKee Park. The project team is excited and proud to support initiatives that enhance the Sandwich community for residents and visitors.
“One goal of the Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan has been to maximize our investment in the region through key partnerships. We heard from residents that McKee Park is an important place to the Sandwich community, and we are excited to partner with the City of Windsor to contribute to a project that will enhance the green space and waterfront access for Sandwich residents and visitors,” said Bryce Phillips, CEO, Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority.
McKee Park improvements will be carried out by the City, and construction is expected to begin this spring. Read more here.