Recreation

Parks and Recreation offers residents and visitors a selection of community, sports, cultural, heritage and age based centres.

The goal of each centre is to offer excellence in program and customer service delivery that promotes social, mental, educational, skill, health and leisure development.

Our Active Living Guide outlines our programs, lessons and drop-in services by age group and activity. Each site or service may offer additional information through brochures or on their webpage within this website.

A summary of facility activities include:

Canada Games Pool Aquatics, Aquacize & Fitness
Centennial Community Centre Fitness, yoga, music, preschool, dance, martial arts, cooking, rentals and a variety of age based programs
Century House Older adult programs, outtrips, socials, education, music, arts, fitness, counselling programs and services
Moody Park Arena Skating, hockey, rentals and dry floor programs
Queen's Park Arena Hockey, lacrosse, rentals, drop-in hockey and dry floor programs

Gymnastics, Trampoline & Sports Leagues

Gymnastics and trampoline lessons, programs, camps and drop-in's; sports leagues
Queensborough Community Centre Fitness, music, dance, judo, cooking, weight room, rentals and a variety of age based programs
Youth Centre Programs, dances, fitness, cooking, out trips, camps, games, computers, education and drop-in activities for 13 - 18 year olds

 

  • We're Committed

    The City of New Westminster has in place an initiative to enhance the protection and personal safety of children who attend City of New Westminster facilities. With support from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P), the City of New Westminster has implemented a plan to examine and enhance the safety policies, reporting procedures and staff training at City-operated facilities in order to help protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation.

    The Commit to Kids program offers a comprehensive approach to preventing child sexual abuse in child-serving organizations, such as sport leagues, schools, childcare centres, music programs, recreations programs and services, etc. There are also resources available for parents, so together with the organization, adults can take an active, participatory role in protecting children in their care.

    The Commit to Kids program empowers individuals with knowledge about what constitutes high-risk behaviour and situations, and how to confidently go about bringing forward concerns that don’t constitute abuse but are behaviours considered to be inappropriate or misconduct. The program includes tools to help organizations develop guidelines around professional boundaries for adults working with children. These guidelines help manage risk and promote the protection of children. 
     

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