Community Page

The Active Living Guide Community Page promotes the services and events of eligible community groups at no cost. Groups include New Westminster non-profit social service agencies, arts and culture organizations, or minor sports organizations physically located in the City and who primarily serve City residents. 

The Active Living Guide is published online quarterly and promoted through social media and email marketing. The Active Living Guide is the most popular and viewed Parks and Recreation Brochure.

Limit one submission per eligible community group per Active Living Guide issue. Submissions by ineligible organizations, or ineligible submissions, will not be used or followed up upon. Eligible organizations will make their submissions using the online form and timeframes below.

Issue

Active Living Guide Term

Visible Online

Submission Timeframe

Winter

January - March

November

October 1 – 15 annually

Spring

April - June

February

January 1 – 15 annually

Summer

July - August

May

March 15 – 30 annually

Fall

September - December

August

July 1 – 15 annually

Community Page Sample (PDF).

Submission Guidelines (PDF)

  • Community Page Submission Form

    Submit your community group message for the next issue of the Active Living Guide.
  • Community Message Centre Retirement

    Sixth Avenue & McBride Boulevard Display

    Due to the Community Message Centres age, relevancy and significant costs to repair or replace, Council supported the permanent retirement of this sign in 2022.

  • Community Displays in Recreation Facilities

    Posters must be 11x17, printed and submitted to facility staff.

    Who is eligible to advertise in facilities?

    Community groups: Any New Westminster non-profit social service agency, arts and culture organization, or minor sports association physically located in the City of New Westminster who primarily serve New Westminster residents.

    How can they advertise?

    • Poster
      • Must be 11x17 inches. No personal information (names, personal addresses, or email addresses) should appear.
      • The requester should provide a printed copy to front desk staff.
      • The facility manager will review and if there is space, it will be added to the What's Happening board. 
      • There are currently eight (8) slots per facility and priority is given to Department or City services