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COVID-19 Recreation Updates

COVID-19 Update

Updated April 6, 2021

The provincial government has introduced stricter restrictions around fitness facilities to due continued increases in COVID-19 and variant cases.  All closures and restrictions are in effect as of midnight on April 6, 2021. Only adult one-on-one training with an individual or household is permitted for indoor fitness activities. All adult group fitness classes, high or low intensity, are not allowed. View the charts below for details on new restrictions and changes to recreation activities.


All spring programs currently continue to be open for registration, but may be subject to change, based on the provincial announcement on April 6.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to adapt to the evolving COVID-19 situation. 

Fee Assistance Program 

For residents that are part of the fee assistance program, call  403-938-8954. Assistance will be determined on a case-by-case basis. 

Other Municipal Facilities

The continuation of the Province's orders mean most other Town facilities remain closed to the public or operating at reduced capacity. Find out which facilities remain closed on the COVID-19 information page.

Indoor Recreation Facility Information:

Okotoks Recreation Centre

AreaStatusDetails
All Facility Pass (Memberships)On Hold

Effective April 6, all facility passes were put on hold. 

Registered Programs

Online Programs - Ongoing

Aquatic lessons - one-on-one 

  • All fitness and classroom programs that can be offered virtually will be moved to an online platform and will continue.
  • Modified swim programming is available. 
  • View courses at activeokotoks.ca
Aquatic Centre

CLOSED

Private bookings and one-hour training sessions only
Hot Tub and SaunaCLOSEDUntil further notice
Arenas

CLOSED 

Household rentals and 1-on-1 individual, household, or youth group training rentals available. Book today at activeokotoks.ca
Fitness Centre

Open

Fitness Centre opening for pre-booked 1-on-1 or household bookings with a certified personal trainer. Call Natural High Fitness to book sessions at 403–938-4483.
Gymnasium

CLOSED 

Household rentals available to book at activeokotoks.ca
Kindercare CLOSEDUntil further notice
Youth CentreCLOSEDUntil further notice
RentalsClosedWe continue to work with our sport user groups to accommodate rentals within the current restrictions. Gymnasium, arena and pool time slots that were booked through a sports organization: please contact your sports organization to clarify and confirm their bookings. 

Pason Centennial Arenas

AreaStatusDetails
Arenas

CLOSED 

Household rentals and 1-on-1 individual, household, or youth group training rentals available. Book today at activeokotoks.ca
Walking Track

CLOSED

Until further notice
Leisure IceCLOSEDUntil further notice

What you need to know before coming to the Recreation Centre:

Facility guidelines:

Masks in recreation facilities

News and Updates

Changes to Town recreation facilities as more restrictions announced
Okotoks Municipal Centre Re-Opening March 9
New social gathering restrictions at 15 for Okotoks.

The Recreation Client Services team, in partnership with Natural High Fitness, is excited to offer All-Facility Passes online. One month, 3 month, and annual pass options are available and give you access to our amazing facilities include membership to the state-of-the-art Natural High Fitness centre and all dryland and aquatic fitness classes.

  • 10x pass holders must pre-book classes/activities by calling Client Services. 
  • All online pass sales require full payment at the time of purchase. If you are interested in purchasing an annual pass and pay monthly, please call Recreation Client Services to set up the pass and payment plan for you.

Admission & Fees

    Please do not attend our facilities if you or anyone in your household:

    • Is feeling unwell and experiencing any of the symptoms outlined on the COVID-19 Alberta Health Daily Checklist  
    • Has returned from travel outside of Canada in the previous 14 days.
    • Have attended a program or had close unprotected contact (face-to-face contact within two-meters) with someone who is ill with cough and/or fever.
    • Has been in close unprotected contact in the past 14 days with anyone who is being tested for or confirmed to have a case of COVID-19.

    Click here for Alberta recreation guidelines.