The Waterloo Public Square is a place for friends and neighbours to gather in the heart of vibrant uptown Waterloo.
The City of Waterloo works with many groups and organizations to ensure the square is hopping with activity, from concerts and festivals, to fitness programs, markets and everything in between.
The Waterloo Public Square is at 75 King St. S. The nearest intersection is King Street South and Willis Way. It is in front of the Shops at Waterloo Town Square. Parking is available in the lots around the square. To contact the square's program co-ordinator, call 519-747-6125.
The Waterloo Public Square features a bustling main Courtyard with amphitheatre seating as well as an intimate Upper Terrace area to host hundreds of events each year plus a comfortable atmosphere to relax with friends and family outside of our programmed offerings. The square also boasts a skating rink in the wintertime.
The square is also home to the Waterloo Bell by artist Royden Rabinowitch. This three-metre tall (10 foot) piece of public art, which is made of corten steel, pays tribute to Waterloo's past, present and future.
The Wheelchair Relay scheduled for Saturday September 13 has been cancelled.