Public service announcement

The Town’s indoor recreation facilities will reopen on Monday, Jan. 31, following the Ontario government’s return to reopening plan.

Town staff are pleased to safely welcome the community back in to our indoor recreation facilities with the following restrictions:

  • Fifty per cent capacity limit
  • Active screening upon entry
  • Masks must be worn, following the Halton Region Mask By-law
  • Proof of vaccination required for individuals 12 years of age and older (residents are reminded that the enhanced vaccine certificate with a QR code and ID is the only form of proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, or medical exemption, accepted to enter Town facilities)
  • No food or drinks permitted for spectators

Recreation programs

Drop-in programs, including the reopening of the Town’s indoor walking and running tracks, are set to resume throughout the week of Jan. 31. Preregistration is strongly encouraged to reserve your spot ahead of time. The winter session for swimming lessons begins on Feb. 7. For a full list of programs and guidelines, visit the drop-in schedule online.

Outdoor drop-in sports for youth (ages three to 12 years old) begins on Jan. 30. Residents can register up to 72 hours in advance, and non-residents up to 48 hours in advance.

All passes and memberships will be active as of Jan. 27, so that residents can begin registering for drop-in programs. Additionally, all passes and memberships have been extended for the length of the closure.

All virtual programs will continue to run as planned and rentals will resume subject to the applicable regulations.

The Town will remain in this step for 21 days, as per the guidelines by the provincial government, until Feb. 21, 2022.

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For media inquiries, please contact: 

Tayjua Squire
Communications Advisor
Email Communications Staff