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Niagara Region

Niagara Falls

City Prepares for Walk

Nik Wallenda will cross the falls on June 15th. Two big screens will be set up on Old Falls Street so people can watch a live feed if they can't get up close. It's a major undertaking that will see the Department of Public Works sprucing up streets and the Police Department providing the manpower to make it a safe day.

If the warm-up crowds are any indication, Wallenda's walk will draw thousands to the falls in June.

For those who cannot see his live show, can come to Old Falls Street, where we're going to have live televisions and large screens.

Wallenda's organizers have promised to bear apart of the cost of police overtime.

Mayor Paul Dyster said, "There is going to be an extensive amount of security work that's going to have to be done, not just by the Niagara Falls Police, but by all of the different police and border agencies."

Witness: The Iconic Walk over the Falls