What to know

Public Health Orders

Public health orders placed by the Provincial Heath Officer are subject to change at anytime. We will do our best to communicate any updates as quickly as possible. 

Masks are Mandatory.

In accordance with public health orders updated September 28, 2021, masks are mandatory in all indoor public space including recreation centres, and common areas of sport and fitness centres when not engaged in physical activity. Masks are mandatory for everyone 5 years and older and encouraged for children aged 2 - 8 years. It is expected that all participants are considerate to other patrons as comfort levels and safety needs may vary.

Proof of Vaccination requirements.

In accordance with public health orders, effective Monday, September 13, 2021, proof of vaccination is required to participate in some recreational activities.

Proof of vaccination is required for patrons 12+ years to participate in physical activities where ages 22+ may also participate including:

  • group fitness
  • fitness centres
  • exercise (excluding swimming and skating)
  • dance
  • team sports

Proof of vaccination is NOT required for:

  • programs with less than 50 participants, except for sport, exercise, fitness or dance activities for age 22+
  • swimming (Canada Games Pool)
  • skating arenas, when not being used for an event or sport for ages 22+ (Queen’s Park Arena and Moody Park Arena)
  • child and youth sport and recreational programs (ages 0-21)
  • Parents or guardians dropping off, picking up, assisting or watching children and youth under 22 participating in Parks and Recreation services for ages 21 and under 

Please Have Ready:

  1. valid government issued photo identification, with your date of birth (i.e. driver’s license) required for ages 19 + years
  2. proof of vaccination (i.e. BC Vaccine Card).

If you are unsure if you will need proof of vaccination, please have it ready when you arrive. 

See Approved Proof of Vaccination Options

RECOMMENDED: Save a screenshot of your BC Vaccine Card on your mobile device which includes your name, vaccination status and QR code.

Parking Information

Patrons of Canada Games Pool and Centennial Community Centre, please be advised parking volumes in the Cumberland parking lot are expected to increase this fall. Parking is limited to three hours and will be strictly enforced. Facility users should plan to arrive early and are encouraged to consider alternate ways to arrive on site, such as walking, cycling, or transit, and when possible, to take advantage of the drop-off zone.

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We are phasing out Reserved Drop-in Sales!

In most cases, you can participate in drop-in services without reserving your visit in advance. Our drop-in schedules will continue to be updated over the summer as we gradually increase and change our service offerings.

Online Drop-in Schedules

PDF Drop-in Schedules.

Memberships are Back!

Visit-based memberships (i.e. Active 10 Visit Pass) are activated and available. In addition, Parks and Recreation has extend the expiry date of visit-based memberships suspended due to COVID-19 by 16 months, the same amount of time COVID-19 suspended our membership program.

Time based memberships (i.e. Active 30 Day Pass) are available for purchase. If you have a current time based membership that was suspended due to COVID-19, you can access it any time before December 31, 2021, without losing any time or value on your pass. The reactivation will result in a prorated refund to your account, and with this account credit you can buy a new membership. This process is designed to ensure you can access your membership when you are ready to participate and to ensure you do not lose any pass time or value.

Purchase a new membership online or in a facility.

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