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Burlington Recreation disrupted by Omicron

Burlington Recreation disrupted by Omicron

The Omicron outbreak and the subsequent Provincial reintroduction of COVID restrictions, have resulted in cancellation or postponement of a number of Burlington recreation activities.

What’s Closed

•             City of Burlington facilities for indoor sports, recreation and fitness activities will be closed, and the start of all in-person Winter programs will be postponed

•             All indoor programming, including recreation courses and drop-ins are cancelled or have transitioned to online. Registered participants and pass holders are being contacted directly, and those who wish to withdraw for a full refund may do so

•             Facility rentals at City recreation locations, as well as Halton District School Board and Halton Catholic District School Board are cancelled. Renters are being contacted with details around rental contract adjustments and credits

•             Faith-based rentals and renters who provide child care may continue to operate in modified Step 2

•             Registered recreational virtual programming will continue, and online registration can be found at   . Options to stay active at home are also available online at

What’s Still open:

•             tobogganing, neighbourhood rinks and parks and open spaces. Please stay off any artificial turf as it can be easily damaged during winter.

•             The Burlington Rotary Centennial Pond is open with pre-registration required for outdoor skating. Online registration opens 25-hours in advance of the skate time at Please remember to complete COVID-19 screening before arrival for your skate.

•             The Play Lending Library has outdoor equipment to borrow. Contactless pick up and drop off is available at Brant Hills Community Centre at 2255 Brant St. and a full listing of equipment is available at

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