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No, you do not have to use your membership to pay for your sport court timeslot.
As of March 17, all Maple Ridge Leisure Centre memberships were frozen due to COVID-19. Membership pass holders have the option to unfreeze or continue to freeze their account. Members can choose what registration method works best for them – either pay-as-you-go or using their membership. Be aware that if you have chose to unfreeze your account, you cannot refreeze it.
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.
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 Leisure Centre users are informed on signs, symptoms and risks of using the facility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Customers should arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to their registered sport court timeslot. Please wait on the designated physical distancing markers outside of the main entrance doors. A Parks, Recreation & Culture 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.
Unfortunately, you cannot use the Fitness Centre during your sport court timeslot. To manage facility maximums we cannot have any patrons cross over between areas.
The gymnasium is not open at this time. Parks, Recreation & Culture is reopening indoor facilities in a controlled and careful manner and only after the appropriate safety plans and measures have been put in place.
When you register for a sport court, you will have access to:
To reduce the amount of high touch points and gathering places, Parks, Recreation & Culture staff has reduced the amenities that patrons historically have had access to. Patrons will not be able to use the lockers, change rooms, showers, water fountains and water bottle refill station, gymnasium or aquatics facility.
Wearing PPE is not required when entering the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre. 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.
We will not be providing racquetball or squash equipment to mitigate the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and eliminate contact/high touch points.
If you arrive to your sport court timeslot and do not have equipment please ask a Fitness Center Supervisor and we can arrange to lend you equipment for that day.
If a patron is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, staff will ask that they do not enter the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre and self-isolate for the recommended 14 days. A note will be made on the user’s account and they will be unable to register for any Parks, Recreation & Culture programs until their self-isolation is over.
The City will support Public Health in communicating community transmission occurrences.
Yes. To avoid losing your deposit, cancellations can be done through email prior to your scheduled timeslot.
As per the Return to Sport Guidelines, BCRPA, Worksafe BC and the Provincial Health Officer, our top priority is the safety of our patrons, staff and community. Individual use of the sport courts follows the recommendations of physical distancing and provides the safest environment for those looking to return to the sport of squash and/or racquetball.
Yes you can. To register in back to back timeslots for the Fitness Centre and Sport Courts or vice versa, you will need to call our registration line at 604-467-7422. Please be aware that this is only for back-to-back bookings and not two bookings in the same day.
If two individuals want to work on skill development, they must maintain current physical distancing standards (2 meters apart at all times). At this time, scrimmaging and or game play (any form of competition) will not be allowed.
In line with Phase Two of the viaSport Return to Play Guidelines, our sport courts will be available for individual use or for 1-1 coaching purposes. We will continue to monitor and evaluate (weekly) our sport court use, and modify activity levels based on the direction of Provincial Sport Organizations and the Province of BC.