We are proud to provide support and services that help youth feel engaged, valued and like an integral part of our community.  

The Town of Milton is engaging in a variety of youth related initiatives to implement the findings from the #MiltonYouth Final Report.  The report, which was finalized in June of 2018, celebrates what youth say about Milton and provides opportunities for everyone to better understand how youth engage with our community. 

Our #MiltonYouth presentations can be found here:  youth presentation and adult-organization presentation

Milton Youth Task Force 

The Milton Youth Task Force (MYTF), a team of motivated youth leaders, are hosting events throughout the year to provide youth recognition and voices within our great Town.  

Some of their events include:

Visit our Milton Youth Task Force page for information on this volunteer committee.   

Check out our Facebook, Instagram @youthmilton and Twitter feeds to learn more about what we do. 

Milton Youth Friendly Network

Visit our Youth Friendly Network page for information on this group of youth serving organizations. 


Play Works is the Ontario Partnership for Active and Engaged Youth and has recognized the Town of Milton as a Gold Level Youth Friendly Community. This recognition program works to acknowledge great work in communities for youth aged 13 to 19 when it comes to play. The Milton community was successful in meeting 9 out of the 10 criteria required for this designation. 

Play can be anything youth participate in during their spare time, such as:

  • Sports
  • Recreation
  • Drama
  • Dance
  • Music
  • Art
  • Volunteering
  • Leadership development
  • Service leadership
  • Civic engagement

Registered programs

View and sign up for registered youth programs:


Registered inclusion (special needs) programs

Milton encourages and welcomes residents who are differently abled to become involved in recreation programs. There's a variety of inclusion program opportunities available:


Youth pop-up spaces

We are excited to be introducing youth pop-up/drop-in spaces at the following sites:

  • John Tonelli Sports Centre
  • Nassagaweya Tennis Centre & Community Hall
  • FirstOntario Centre for the Arts