Summer Links 2024: CITY POOLS/ Weather Warnings/ Heat Warnings/ Keeping Cool/ Sportsfield Conditions/ Pools/ Beaches/ More Info

June 21 note from City of Moncton:
"The City’s two outdoor pools open for the season on Saturday, June 22. Centennial Park Pool and East End Pool will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., with lap swims from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at Centennial Park and Tuesday and Thursday at the East End Pool. There is a daily entry fee for the outdoor pools. Season passes are also available. There are two ways to pay your entry fee or purchase a pool pass this summer:  At the pools using debit or credit... and With cash, credit, or debit at either YMCA location in Moncton.
*While the majority of City-owned splashpads are now open for the season, a small number still require maintenance before they open. To find an open splashpad near you, visit our Recreation Fun Map. (see below) Splashpads are free and are open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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SUMMER UPDATE from Dieppe... 
"Water conservation is super important! 💦 If you're watering your lawn, garden, or plants, do so before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m., and only when it’s not raining. Keep it to a max of two hours a day. Just a heads-up: if your house number is even, you can water on even days, and if it’s odd, you can water on odd days. 🔗 Bylaw 78-5:"
Alright, here come the links! ... 
In case of Severe Summer Storms Click HERE for EMO NB's website.
Report storm problems or flooding:
MONCTON 506-859-2643
DIEPPE 506-877-7990
RIVERVIEW 506-387-2025
Sports Field Conditions & Closures:
Moncton Field conditions HERE 
Dieppe Field conditions HERE
Riverview Sports Field conditions HERE
Beach Water Quality:  
Firepit Index:
HERE is Gov NB Twitter for the latest Heat Warning Level (or see their Facebook
HERE's some tips for keeping hydrated... article says besides drinking lots of water you can have your coffee/tea to stay hydrated... also eat fruit
NOTE: Heat Stroke is a medical emergency. Like, a call 911 situation.
Symptoms: confusion, dizziness, slurred speech and abnormal heart rate. Passing out may occur, sometimes the first symptom, is this.
If someone is having these symptoms, get them to a cool, shaded place.

Here's the Moncton Summer Fun Map... 

--- Air conditioning unit in giant foam cowboy hat
--- Air conditioning unit in loose-fitting Hawaiian shirt
--- Air conditioning unit in sweat pants (*may also work with some joggers)
--- Air conditioning unit inconspicuously placed under sombrero
--- unplug hot tub, fill with ice, place self inside
--- eat watermelon and also wear it like a helmet
--- replace office chair with block of ice
--- instead of sunscreen lather up with ice cream