City Reminds Residents To Exercise Caution Near Moose Jawg Route

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MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw asks drivers to exercise caution near the Moose Jawg route.

This year’s route for the Moose Jawg, a fundraising foot race in support of the Moose Jaw Health Foundation, will include parts of downtown Moose Jaw and Wakamow Valley.

Beginning at Temple Gardens Mineral Spa, entrants will use Fairford St. East, then head south on 2nd Avenue, crossing Manitoba St. towards Wakamow Valley. Barricades will be in place at the following locations:

  • Intersection of Main St. & Fairford St. East
  • Intersection of Fairford St. East and 1st Avenue East
  • Intersection of High St. and 2nd Avenue East
  • Intersection of River St. and 2nd Avenue East
  • Intersection of Fairford St. and 1st Avenue East

Moose Jaw Police Service will control traffic on 2nd Avenue East from Manitoba Expressway to River Park Drive.

Vehicle access to the Phyllis Dewar Outdoor Pool will be available on Fairford St., east of 2nd Avenue, for participants and attendees of the Moose Jaw Kinsmen Flying Fins swim meet.

Traffic restrictions will be in place from 7:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 17, 2023.