Code of Conduct
COVID-19 Update – January 13, 2021
The Province has declared a second state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and a province-wide stay at home order begins Thursday, January 14 at 12:01 a.m.
As a result, temporary changes to a number of municipal programs and services are expected to be in place until at least Thursday, February 11.
All pools and fitness centres are closed during the provincial shutdown. Fitness memberships will be extended and punchcards will be honoured at all facilities based on the duration of the shutdown. Residents who were in a registered program can reschedule their registration or receive an account credit or refund. Residents who have questions about programs or memberships, can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ski hills remain closed. Passholders will be contacted with further information.
Some outdoor neighbourhood rinks are open, with limited capacity, and others are being prepared. Team sports, or other sports or games where people may come within two metres of each other, are not permitted. Fieldhouses are closed.
Queen’s Athletic Skating Oval is now open and Ramsey Lake Skating Path will open once weather conditions permit. Due to fluctuations in temperatures, hours of operation may change without notice. Visit www.greatersudbury.ca/outdoorrinks for updates.
COVID-19 Update for October 27, 2020 : Memberships
Three options are available to members who have not yet activated their membership:
Members can reactivate their membership and return to City pools and fitness facilities. They can credit their membership, and the unused amount will be applied to their account as a credit to be used at a later date towards any recreation program. Members may also choose to have their membership refunded, and the unused amount will be returned to them. If the refund amount is less than $25.00 they will be eligible for a credit only.
You can discuss these options with City staff by contacting the recreation centre or pool directly. You can also email email@example.com or call 311.
The City of Greater Sudbury is fully committed to safeguarding the well-being of all users of skateboard parks. Park users must understand and accept the responsibilities of representing a youth sport in this community. All participants must display a positive public attitude at all times, following the principals of conduct listed below.
Ride safe and have fun! Violations may result in the loss of these public facilities.
- Please show courtesy to other participants, other facility users, people in authority, equipment and the environment.
- Treat all riders and spectators with respect. Assist new participants and spectators to understand the sport and philosophy, so that they may also enjoy the sport.
- Please help to keep the park and grounds clean and safe.
- Refrain from the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco, obscene gestures and abusive language.
- Wait your turn, respect the sport, play fairly and follow all rules and regulations. Resolve conflict without resorting to hostility or violence.
- Be responsible for your own actions and discourage any behaviour or practice that could endanger the health and well-being of any facility user.
- Familiarize yourself with the lines of travel before using the facility.
- Notify other users by calling out your intended line of travel. Participants should be alert to avoid possible collisions with other users or equipment.
- Always ride in control, keeping a safe distance from others. Know your abilities and ride within them.
- Be a role model and lead by example, demonstrating fair play, positive support and good sportsmanship to all involved
There’s a new way to register for leisure programs or book a facility. It’s easy to create an account! If you need help getting started, click here for our Frequently Asked Questions.
The French interface of our new registration system is still under development, however it is important that the City goes live with the new system as the existing registration and facility booking system is no longer supported by the vendor. Residents can still receive this service in French by calling 311 to have a French-speaking operator process bookings or registrations. The French interface will be launched in time for the fall/winter registration period.