Why do I have to register to book a sport court?

To ensure the safety of patrons, staff and our community, registration for the sport courts is mandatory. Registration allows us to track who is in our building and when and to ensure maximum participation numbers are monitored. Controlling the access to a building/facility is a recommendation of the Provincial Health Officer and Worksafe BC.

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1. Do I have to use my membership to pay for a sport court timeslot?
2. Why do I have to register to book a sport court?
3. How has the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre (MRLC) changed to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19?
4. How do I gain access to the facility during my registered sport court timeslot?
5. Can I use the Fitness Centre during my sport court timeslot?
6. What amenities will I have access to at the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre when I register for the sport courts?
7. Do I have to wear a mask while in an Indoor Sport Court?
8. Why is the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre not providing racquetball or squash equipment to any users?
9. What will happen if a user of the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre shows signs of COVID-19?
10. If an Maple Ridge Leisure Centre (MRLC) user or staff has tested positive for COVID-19 will I be notified?
11. Can I cancel my registration for a sport court booking?
12. Why are you encouraging folks to use the sport courts as individuals for the purpose of skill development?
13. Can I register for a sport court and the Fitness Centre in back-to-back timeslots and only pay one fee?
14. Can two individuals work on skill development at the same time on the same court?