Parks, Recreation and Culture Services, City of St. Catharines
Site: St Catharines - Geneva St
Service: St Catharines (City of). Parks, Recreation and Culture Services
|Record #: NIA3260||Last Modified: 04 Feb 2016||Last Full Update: 04 Feb 2016|
|Description & Services|
|Description (Service)||Responsible for the operation of City parks, flower beds, trails, Victoria Lawn Cemetery, community centres, senior citizens' centres, pools, arenas, cultural services, and a variety of recreation services such as creative arts programs, sport and fitness classes, human interest courses and swimming programs. This includes classes for parents and children to interact together and with others.
Also included is Lakeside Beach/Park, Carousel, and Harbour as well as Sunset and Jones Beaches.
Requests for new trees planted on the boulevard can be made to this office. New sub-divisions currently under construction, are automatically included in this service by the contractor.
Report all graffiti found on City-owned facilities by calling the CitizensFirst.
Offering a FLOWER POT PROGRAM to make businesses more attractive. Professionally designed and planted, flower pots are available for rent by contacting Mike Anderson at 905-688-5601 ext. 3140.
Annual TREE OF LITTLE ANGELS, containing names and ages of children who may not have gifts at Christmas, is available every Christmas season. For more information call Patrick Carter at 905-688-5600 ext. 1959.
The FAIR (Fee Assistance in Recreation) program is available by City of St Catharines, Parks Recreation and Culture Service. Apply at 905-688-5601, ext. 1800 or on our City website http://www.stcatharines.ca/en/playin/feeassistanceinrecreation.asp . Low-income families may be eligible for reduced rates at City run recreation programs, such as swimming, golf lessons, senior centres and other classes.
Some of the courses for parents and children include: assorted Dance Classes for all different ages, Sports Classes, as well as Swim Classes including Aquafit and Therapeutic Aquatics.
Registrations take place at CitizensFirst, Customer Service Representatives, City Hall, 50 Church St., Mon., to Fri., 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, 905-688-5600, St. Catharines Kiwanis Aquatics Centre, 425 Carlton St., Mon., to Fri., 5:30 am to 10:30 pm, Sat., 7 am-9:30 pm, Sun., 7:30am-8pm 905-688-5601 ext. 1800, Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre, 240 St Paul Street West. Mon., to Fri., 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. For general inquiries call CitizensFirst.
Leash-free dog park for small and large dogs at Burgoyne Woods. The park is near the picnic pavilion. Parking is available and is adjacent the swimming pool. The park is open from dawn to dusk, daily. All dogs with up-to-date rabies shots and license tags are welcome. Owners must leash dogs while entering and exiting the park. Now have a second leash-free dog park at Carol Disher Leash Free Dog Park beside Russell Avenue Community Centre.
Community Gardens provide gardening space, and all necessary items, while sharing knowledge and expertise, to ensure that participants learn about gardening in order to grow and harvest their own produce. Targeted to residents of Niagara Housing and those without gardening space. Plots are located at Torosian Park on Ventura Drive. For more information call Niagara Regional Housing 905-682-9201 ext. 3935.
|Hours||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm|
|Areas Served||St Catharines|
|Application||Online Registration at www.stcatharines.ca|
|Fees||Program - For some programs, Senior Citizens' Centres, West Park Pool ; Fees vary but the FAIR (Fee Assistance in Recreation) program is available by City of St Catharines, Parks Recreation and Culture Service. Apply at 905-688-5601, ext. 1800 or on our City website http://www.stcatharines.ca/en/playin/feeassistanceinrecreation.asp . Low-income families may be eligible for reduced rates at City run recreation programs, such as swimming, golf lessons, senior centres and other classes. * Fee assistance available for a half-price discount on fees and passes for city recreational programs (FAIR - Fee Assistance in Recreation program) ; assistance is provided by City of St Catharines (apply at 905-688-5601, ext 1923 or by searching FAIR at www.stcatharines.ca).|
|Office Phone||CitizensFirst 905-688-5600|
|After Hours Phone||Emergency 905-935-3813|
|Primary Contact||David Oakes, Director, Parks, Recreation and Culture Services; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alternate Contact||Kim Garrod, Executive Assistant; Email: email@example.com|
|Located In Community||St Catharines|
|Address & Map||
320 Geneva St
St Catharines, ON L2N 2G6
|Intersection||Geneva St and Wood St|
|Mailing Address||PO Box 3012
50 Church St
St Catharines, ON L2R 7C2
|Accessibility||Partially Accessible - Parking - Accessible; Entrance - Usable; Washroom - Not Accessible|
|Legal Status||(10) Local Government|
|Print Material||Leisure Guide|