What safety measures do you have in place?

The City has worked to provide the community with safe recreational options gradually reintroducing activities and facilities while looking at best practices and guidelines from other cities, WorkSafeBC, Fraser Health and the Provincial Health Officer, the British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA), and other recreation organizations.

Staff will closely monitor the transition to Stage 3 to ensure activities can be expanded or contracted as necessary based on demand and public safety.

Each site has a safety plan including:

  • Training of staff;
  • Use of appointments and registration to ensure physical distancing;
  • Physical alterations to ensure distancing, such as Plexiglas barriers, signs and floor markings;
  • Changes to practices and programs to reduce touchpoints and ensure distancing;
  • Limiting group sizes and adjusting locations as necessary; and
  • Enhanced cleaning of touchpoints.

The City’s plans are flexible – they may be scaled back or modified to protect public health, or they may be gradually expanded based on safety and demand.

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1. Why do I have to pre-register?
2. What should I expect when I come to a facility?
3. What safety measures do you have in place?
4. How long are sessions?
5. Can I use the washroom at the facility?
6. Why do I have to leave right after my class?
7. Is it safe to swim in the pool?
8. Why isn’t the sauna open? (steamroom, hot tub, water features, etc.)
9. Can I rent helmets and skates?
10. When does my ONEPASS Membership extension begin?
11. What is the best way to access the most up-to-date information?
12. Can I rent space in the facility for my team to play?
13. I'm not ready to return to indoor facilities yet. Are you still offering virtual programming?