What’s Open

Please see our COVID19 Safety Plan to learn how we are elevating our safety protocols in light of COVID-19. In addition to this general information, the following are some specific details to give you an idea of how your experience may be different at this time. These processes are subject to change as we continually adapt to the changing COVID-19 situation.

Last updated: November 22nd, 2020

 

Mini-Golf

Now Open from 9:00am – 9:00pm daily

What to expect upon arrival, including procedures put in place with your safety in mind:

  • Check-in for mini-golf is located at the main reception desk in the Eagle Ridge Centre, where you can pay and collect your supplies from service staff behind a plexiglass barrier.
  • Bathrooms are available within the Eagle Ridge Community Centre.
  • Foot traffic within the mini-golf course is only permitted “one way”.
  • Patrons are expected to touch the course as little as possible and not share equipment.
  • Patrons may not advance to the next hole until customers ahead have advanced.
  • A maximum of 2 guests are permitted per hole. Exceptions for up to 4 per hole are permitted where all are from the same household.

For more information including hours and pricing click here.

 

 

Westhills Arena

Now open for private rentals and drop-in ice skating

What to expect upon arrival, including procedures put in place with your safety in mind:

  • Patrons are expected to keep a 2 meter distance between themselves and others outside of their household where practical. For sports/disciplines that cannot maintain physical distancing, competition should only be introduced in the cohort environment. Minimized physical contact is still advised.
  • Physical distancing of at least 2 meters should be maintained between all participants when outside of the field of play (e.g. dressing rooms, hallways etc.).
  • Face coverings must be worn by all patrons when outside of the field of play and where possible.
  • Public skating participants may come with their skates on or lace up in assigned locker rooms where barriers are in place.
  • Inter-provincial competition is not permitted during phase 3 according to viaSport. While interclub competition is permitted, the focus should be on skill development before competition.
  • The playing surface is limited to no more than 24 participants per session, including coaches. An exception is permitted to allow for up to 40 participants for game warm ups when all from the same cohort.
  • Dressing rooms are available only 15 minutes before bookings and 15 minutes after bookings. Showers are not available.
  • 2 dressing rooms are available for each session with a maximum of 11 participants in each room. There is a limited additional overflow lace-up areas assigned for each session.
  • Entrance only through West entrance and exit only through Main/North Exit, with one way traffic only.
  • Access to the arena is limited to 15 minutes prior to ice booking.
  • Patrons are encouraged to arrive in full gear.
  • It is expected that players emerge from their dressing room in full gear with gloves until they return to their dressing room at the end of their session.
  • Prior to bookings, skaters must remain in their dressing room until the previous skaters have left the ice and returned into their dressing rooms.
  • Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance and throughout the facility.
  • Spectators are not permitted for “events” such as games. Where organizations permit spectators at practices – they are limited to one guardian per participant. There is to be no loitering or standing in hallways or lobbies. Spectators are not to enter the arena until the start of the session and must vacate immediately at the end of the session. No minors or pets permitted in the spectator area.
  • Water fountains are not available at this time. Players should plan ahead and bring a filled water bottle.
  • Vending machine for drinks only will be available and sanitized regularly.
  • Dressing rooms, players benches and sill cleaned between users. Additionally all high-touch areas including spectator seating sanitized regularly.
  • A plexiglass barrier is in place at the reception area for customer service staff.
  • User groups are required to have a COVID-19 safety plan in compliance with facility rules, public health requirements, and any guidelines put out by their Provincial Sport Organization or viaSport.

For more information including hours and pricing for drop-in skating click here. To book private ice time, please email bookings@citycentrepark.ca.

 

City Centre Grille

Now open during regular hours

What to expect upon arrival, including procedures put in place with your safety in mind:

  • Tables in the grille are limited to 6 people per table with 2 meters between tables.
  • Our capacity has been reduced to promote physical distancing.
  • Physical barriers are in place between booths and at bars.
  • Masks are required at all times unless seated at a table to dine.
  • Condiments and cutlery are not pre-set in the dining room but rather provided as needed.
  • Laminated menus are used so that they can be effectively cleaned between use.
  • Tables and seats cleaned between use. Additionally all commonly touched surfaces are cleaned frequently.
  • No self-serve items are available at this time (dips, water etc.).
  • Darts and shuffleboard are not available at this time.
  • Lottery is not available for self service. Ask your server for assistance.
For more information including hours and pricing click here.
 
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Outdoor Ice Pond

Opening October 31st: 
Monday – Friday: 4:30PM – 6:00PM & 6:30PM – 8:00PM
Saturday: 12:00PM – 1:30PM, 2:00PM – 3:30PM, 4:00PM – 5:30PM & 6:00PM to 7:30PM
Sunday: 11:30AM – 1:00PM, 1:30PM – 3:00PM, 3:30PM – 4:45PM, 5:30PM – 7:00PM

  • Pre-registration required.
  • Maximum 24 participants per session.
  • Spectators must be seated. 6 people maximum per table, cabana or fire pit.
  • Patrons are expected to keep a 2 meter distance between themselves and others outside of their household were practical.
  • Check-in for outdoor ice is located at the window facing the ice pond, rather than the reception of the Westhills Arena.
  • Bathrooms for outdoor skating are located next to the ice pond.
  • Participants must arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to their sessions and must leave immediately at the end of their session, unless seated at the patio seating.

For more information including pricing and private rental options click here.

 

Langford Lanes

Now open during regular hours

What to expect upon arrival, including procedures put in place with your safety in mind:

  • Walk-ins are accepted; however we are operating at a reduced capacity, so we strongly suggest reservations. Online reservations are now available! CLICK HERE for online reservations.
  • There is a maximum of 6 people per lane including spectators.
  • At least 15 minutes is required between bookings in order to fully clean tables, chairs, bowling balls and contact surfaces. We appreciate your patience.
  • Birthday packages are not offered at this time but feel free to make a general reservation if you would like to celebrate your birthday at Langford Lanes.
  • Physical barriers are in place at service desks and between pairs of lanes.
  • Bowling shoes are returned on a table behind the front desk or left at the lane to be sanitized.
  • Music volume will be a bit lower in order for people to hear each other from 2 meters.
  • Leagues are offered without cross-lane bowling. CTF has approved sanctioning of leagues in this manner. Spectators are not permitted.
  • Customers are to leave balls they touch on their ball return in order for staff to know they were touched and clean them after each use.
  • ATM available and cleaned frequently.
  • The vending machine, carousal, photo booth and candy crane are unavailable at this time.
  • Self-serve items including water cups on the lanes are not available. Your server would be happy to provide you with water!
  • The door connecting the ice arena and bowling alley is unavailable at this time.
  • Service staff will provide guests with information at check-in and there is very clear signage through the facility to make new processes clear.
  • Some lanes are not in play at this time in order to allow for physical distancing.
  • Bowling is only available by time; however, we will accept free-game vouchers to be redeemed for 10 minutes of time.
  • Spectators for adult bowling leagues are discouraged and may only be permitted if seated at the satellite bar.
  • Spectators for youth league are only permitted if it is a guardian of a minor participant and limited to 1 guardian per child. Seating provided.

For more information including hours and pricing click here.

 

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Eagle Ridge Community Centre

Now open for private rentals and drop-in skating

What to expect upon arrival, including procedures put in place with your safety in mind:

  • Patrons are expected to keep a 2 meter distance between themselves and others outside of their household where practical. For sports/disciplines that cannot maintain physical distancing, competition should only be introduced in the cohort environment. Minimized physical contact is still advised. Physical distancing should be resumed for at least 14 days before changing cohorts.
  • Physical distancing of at least 2 meters should be maintained between all participants when outside of the field of play (e.g. dressing rooms, hallways etc.)
  • Face coverings must be worn by all patrons when outside of the field of play and where possible.
  • Inter-provincial competition is not permitted during viaSport’s phase 3. Interclub games, competitions and practices are permitted, but there isn’t to be any travel.
  • The playing surface is limited to no more than 24 participants per session, including coaches. An exception is permitted to allow for up to 34 participants for game warm ups when all from the same cohort.
  • Patrons are encouraged to arrive in full gear where applicable.
  • It is expected that players emerge from their dressing room in full gear including gloves where applicable, until they return to their dressing room at the end of their session.
  • Access to the arena is 15 minutes prior to booking time.
  • Dressing rooms are available only 15 minutes before bookings and 15 minutes after bookings. Showers are not available.
  • 2 dressing rooms are available for each session with a maximum of 9 participants in each room. There is limited additional space in the spectator area for coaches or referees to lace up if needed.
  • Prior to bookings, participants must remain in their dressing room until the previous participants have left the playing surface and returned into their dressing rooms.
  • Hand sanitizer is available at entrance and throughout the facility.
  • No spectators permitted.
  • Dressing rooms, players benches and sill cleaned between users. Additionally all high-touch areas are sanitized frequently. 
  • Water fountains and vending machines are not available at this time. Players should plan ahead and bring a filled water bottle.
  • A plexiglass barrier is in place at the reception area for customer service staff.
  • User groups are required to have a COVID-19 safety plan in compliance with facility rules, public health requirements, and any guidelines put out by their Provincial Sport Organization or viaSport.
For more information including hours and pricing for drop-in skating click here. To book private floor time, please email bookings@citycentrepark.ca.
 

 

Goudy Field and Westhills Stadium

Now open for private rentals

What to expect upon arrival, including procedures put in place with your safety in mind:

  • Bathrooms are opened and frequently sanitized for all bookings in order to have the availability of hand washing.
  • Patrons are expected to keep a 2 meter distance between themselves and others outside of their household where practical. For sports/disciplines that cannot maintain physical distancing, competition should only be introduced in the cohort environment. Minimized physical contact is still advised.
  • Inter-provincial competition is not permitted during viaSport’s phase 3. Interclub games, competitions and practices are permitted, but there isn’t to be any travel.
  • Dressing rooms are not available.
  • Water fountains are not available at this time. Players should plan ahead and bring a filled water bottle.
  • Players benches, and gates are sanitized between user groups.
  • Users are expected to coordinate in advance with the facility if they plan to have participants or organizers arriving prior to the start of their booking.
  • No spectators permitted.
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers are not available at the fields. Users are encouraged to wash their hands and bring their own personal hand sanitizer.
  • Where possible, equipment should not be shared.
  • Maximum capacity is based on BCRPA’s recommendations of 5 meter radius (25sq m). Smaller groups are recommended.
  • User groups are required to have a COVID-19 safety plan in compliance with facility rules, public health requirements, and any guidelines put out by their Provincial Sport Organization or viaSport.
To book private field time, please email bookings@citycentrepark.ca.
 
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Playzone

Temporarily Closed

 

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