The Alberta government’s restrictions announced Nov. 24 to address rising COVID-19 cases have resulted in a number of changes to Beaumont recreation facilities and services. These changes are intended to minimize personal contact for safety of visitors and staff.
The Beaumont Sport and Recreation Centre will remain open with restrictions:
- Capacity will be reduced to meet provincial health restrictions
- Household cohorts can book half sections of the gymnasium, field house and ice surface by the hour, the cost of booking these spaces is included when you pay for a membership or daily admission.
- The fitness centre and walking track will open for individual training or exercise
- The pool will be open with limited capacity for the following:
- lane swimming
- public swimming
- hot tub
- dry sauna
- steam Sauna
- private Lessons
- semi-private lessons
- adapted lessons
Online reservations under the new measures will open Friday, Nov. 27 at 2 p.m. and drop-in activities will begin on Saturday, Nov. 28 at 8 a.m. Households will be limited to one booking per day.
The Arch Climbing wall be open with a 25 per cent capacity. Find out more at https://www.thearchbeaumont.com
Our ability to keep these services available depend on visitors following provincial measures for physical distancing and wearing masks, and complying with the city’s health and safety instructions. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to keep residents and our staff safe.
Cancellations and closures
As a result of the provincial measures and in order to reduce the cost of operating facilities and services at a reduced capacity, the following facilities and services are closed or cancelled:
- Ken Nichol Regional Recreation Centre – closed from 3 p.m., Nov. 27 to Dec. 18.
- Centre Communautaire Beaumont Community Centre – closed Nov. 27 to Dec. 18
- Winter Program registration – postponed to Jan. 4, 2021
The operation of city facilities and services remain to subject to change according to provincial health measures.