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To ensure the safety of patrons, staff and our community registration for the GMYC Active Area 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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No, you do not have to use your membership to pay for your timeslot. This program is being offered for FREE!
New practices and procedures were created to ensure the safety of our patrons, community and staff. Some of the measures include:
In addition to the measures taken above, there is increased COVID-19 related signage in the facility to ensure that all facility users are informed on signs, symptoms and risks of using the facility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We ask that you bring minimal items with you and your own equipment for the designated timeslot. There will be no access to lockers or cubbies. If you need to bring a bag, keep it small.
Customers should arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to their registered timeslot. Please wait on the designated physical distancing markers outside of the Greg Moore Youth Centre entrance doors. A staff will welcome you into the facility at your designated time. As you enter the facility you will be reminded to sanitize and wash your hands frequently.
Parks, Recreation & Culture staff are following the viaSport Activity Chart and gradually implementing activities/sports that have completed the Return to Sport Guidelines. The Activity Chart outlines what types of activities that can be considered for facilities as we transition through the various return stages.
To help mitigate the transmission of COVID-19, we are eliminating and/or reducing equipment in activities.
When I register for the Active Area at the GMYC, I will have access to:
To reduce the amount of high touch points and gathering places, our team has reduced the amenities that patrons historically have had access to. Patrons will not be able to use the lockers, water fountains and water bottle refill station, lounge, kitchen, concession, skate/scoot tools, helmet rentals (Please Note: Helmets are mandatory for some activities so remember to bring your own).
Wearing PPE is not required when entering the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre or GMYC Active Area. The choice of wearing PPE is up to the discretion of the individual.
Facemasks and/or gloves can be worn to help protect you and those around you - you can learn more on the BC Centre for Disease Control website.
If you notice another participant who is not following physical distancing rules or who may be displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please notify a staff member.
If a patron is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, staff will ask that they do not enter the GMYC and self-isolate for the recommended 14 days. A note will be made on the users account and they will be unable to register for any programs until their self-isolation is over.
The City will support Public Health in communicating community transmission occurrences.
If you have a Leisure Access Pass and would like to register for a Day, you must call the registration line to register by phone at 604-467-7422.
Support workers of Leisure Access Pass holders are required to register in addition to the participant.