Burlington. Parks and Recreation Department

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Record #: BTN4059 Last Modified: 21 Feb 2014 Last Full Update: 21 Feb 2014 Update Schedule: 07 Mar 2015
Record Owner: BTN Date Created: 28 Jun 1994 Date Deleted: N/A  
AddressBurlington City Hall
426 Brant St
Burlington, ON L7R 3Z6
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Located In CommunityBurlington (Central Burlington)
Nearest Main IntersectionBrant St and James St
Mailing AddressPO Box 5013 
426 Brant St 
Burlington, ON L7R 3Z6
Areas ServedBurlington
Wheelchair AccessibilityFully Accessible
Hours/Dates/Meeting Details
HoursCity Hall Mon-Fri 8:45 am-4:30 pm * other facility hours vary
Contact Information
Office PhoneGeneral inquiries 905-335-7736;  
Registration 905-335-7738;  
Special needs 905-332-1996 ext 6248;  
Facility rentals, field & parks bookings 905-335-7738; 
Special events 905-335-7704
Toll Free Phone1-877-213-3609
FaxOffice 905-335-7782; 
Registration and bookings 905-335-7837
Organization Emailregistrations@burlington.ca
Primary ContactCustomer Service; Phone: 905-335-7738
Alternate ContactDoug Pladsen, Planner, Community Development, Sport; Phone: 905-335-7627
Primary ExecutiveChris Glenn, Acting Director of Parks and Recreation
Description & Services
DescriptionThe City of Burlington Parks and Recreation Dept. provides recreation and leisure programs and facilities. 
For recreation programs and facilities, see current Live & Play Guide 
Major Services: 
* deliver leisure services in partnerships with local private and nonprofit groups and sponsors 
* provide general interest recreation programs for pre-schoolers, youth, teens, and adults 
* provide recreation program services to disabled preschoolers, youth, teens and adults. Many general interest programs are accessible to persons with special needs. 
* organize senior citizens' activities for persons over 55 years of age at the Burlington Seniors' Centre and other locations 
* provide music development for children ages 3 years and up 
* provide arena facilities and programs 
* offer instructional and recreational swimming at four indoor pools and two outdoor pools for all ages from infants to seniors 
* offer resource support services to volunteer community organizations 
* offer organizational assistance for community special events 
* provide high quality leadership, staff and volunteer training 
* plan parkland, multi-purpose bike/pathways, maintain/operate arena and pool facilities, major playing fields, beach and marina facilities and an 18-hole municipal golf course
Broader TermsRecreation ; Recreational facilities ; Sports facilities
SubjectsParks ; Physical fitness ; Recreation services ; Sports and fitness centres
Related TermsFitness activities
Eligibilitysome programs have age restrictions
Applicationregistration by RecExpress Internet * touch-tone phone * in person * by mail * fax
FeesProgram - vary depending on program and location ; Fee assistance available.
Directory Description and Headings
Seniors Directory DescriptionAH
Seniors Directory HeadingsLeisure / Education
Other Details
Resources AvailableLive & Play Guide: spring issue in February * summer issue in May * fall/winter issue in August
FundingCity / Town ; Fees