PROJECT OVERVIEW

The City of Calgary (The City) owns and operates over 50 recreation facilities across Calgary. Another 190 City-owned facilities are operated by third-party partners. These facilities range in size from large multi-amenity recreation centres like Southland Leisure Centre to smaller specialized facilities like Glenmore Sailing School (see map).

GamePLAN for Facilities will provide updated planning guidelines and an investment strategy for where, when, and how The City should invest in publicly-funded recreation facilities.

PUBLIC INPUT

This phase of public engagement focuses on these key areas:

  • How Calgarians use recreation facilities
  • What improvements should be made to recreation facilities
  • How The City should plan for new and improved facilities

We are also working with groups and agencies to learn about their experiences with publicly-funded recreation facilities.

CAS

PHASE 1 ENGAGEMENT - PARTICIPATE HERE

Below you will find a series of questions to understand your experience with City and Partner operated recreation facilities. There are five sections:

  1. How you use recreation facilities
  2. Why you visit recreation facilities
  3. How satisfied you are with these facilities
  4. Your recreation values and priorities
  5. About you

Public feedback from the survey will contribute to recommendations for future recreation facility investment, design and location. Thank you for taking the time to provide your perspective!

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Endorsement Statement on Anti-Racism, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

The purpose of The City of Calgary is to make life better every day. To fully realize our purpose, we are committed to addressing racism and other forms of discrimination with our programs, policies, and services and eliminating barriers that impact the lives of Indigenous, racialized and other marginalized people. It is expected that participants will behave respectfully and treat everyone with dignity and respect to allow for safe spaces free from bias and prejudice.