Before entry to any community centre, you must complete the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19 and if you do not pass the assessment, you should not visit any community centre. Registration for CampTO is ongoing.

Using a Community Centre

Starting July 20, 2020, community recreation centres are open for limited use. Each community centre has its own schedule. Find the schedule for the nearest centre online and plan your visit.

Coming Soon

Fitness Centres and Weight Rooms open August 17, 2020. Workout times may be reserved in advance beginning Thursday, August 13, at 7 a.m.

Fall programs will be viewable online beginning August 31, 2020.  Mark the date to begin planning your fall recreation fun!

What’s Open

Accessing a centre’s amenities is free. Leisure swim is free. Visit Drop-in Swimming for lane swim fees.

What’s Closed

  • gymnasiums
  • fitness spaces – opening August 17, 2020
  • active areas, including walking tracks
  • kitchens
  • saunas and whirlpools
  • studios

The following activities are not running:

  • indoor sports
  • fitness and wellness activities
  • singing and dancing
  • food preparation, distribution, or dining
  • activities where equipment or supplies are passed or shared amongst participants, like cards, chess and dominoes

Community Centre Sign-In

Everyone must sign in when using a community centre or an indoor pool. This includes:

  • providing a first name
  • providing an email address or phone number
  • answering COVID-19 screening questions

This will help with Toronto Public Health contact tracing if it’s necessary.

Using the Centre

Capacity has been reduced for community centres and indoor and outdoor pools. The maximum number of people in any one community room is 10 unless posted otherwise. Learn about capacity at indoor pools.

Community recreation centres have:

  • line management and protective barriers at service counters
  • signs and floor markings to maintain the safe flow of indoor traffic

Continue to follow Toronto Public Health guidance while visiting community recreation centres or indoor pools:

  • practise physical distancing
  • practise good hand hygiene often. Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer
  • sneeze or cough into a tissue or your elbow
  • keep to your own social circles

Masks and Face-Coverings

In compliance with the City of Toronto Mandatory Mask or Face Covering By-Law 541-2020, wearing a mask/face covering is required in indoor public spaces. This includes:

  • changerooms
  • washrooms
  • all other inside spaces

The face-covering can be a mask, scarf, bandana, other cloth covering or non-surgical paper mask as long as it covers your nose and mouth. Learn more about wearing a mask or face-covering when swimming.

Fitness Programs

From aerobics to yoga, the City has something for everyone.

Camps

The City will offer summer camps starting July 13. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, CampTO will meet strict health guidelines. Registration will begin soon.

Outdoor Recreation Programs

The City is offering two new, free drop-in, outdoor recreation programs for children and youth beginning July 20: ParksPlayTO and Summer in the 6IX.

Golf

Explore the City's award-winning golf courses. Each offers a unique experience and benefits for players of every skill level, from clinics to Junior Camps and more!

Skateboarding, BMX & Mountain Biking

Explore City parks and facilities to practice and challenge your skateboarding, BMX and mountain biking skills.

Walking, Cycling & Hiking

Discover trails and green space threading throughout the city.

Swimming & Splash Pads

Swimming is a great way to maintain lifelong fitness and wellness. Stay cool in the summer and keep active in the winter.

Accessible Recreation

Learn how to access recreational activities and support for those with disabilities.

Accessible Recreation Facilities & Equipment

The City has a number of ways to accommodate those have a disability and who wish to swim, skate or experience recreation.

Do you have specific ideas about how we can improve your registration experience? If so, send an email to engagepfr@toronto.ca with your ideas and advice or join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #TOrec.