Cambridge Recreation Complex Design

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About the Project

The new Cambridge Recreation Complex will be an exciting new community hub in the south of the city. This modern, multi-purpose recreation complex will include the following:

  • An 8 or 10-lane, 25m swimming pool and warm water leisure pool
  • Gymnasiums
  • Running or walking track and multi-purpose rooms
  • Branch location of Idea Exchange (Cambridge Public Library)
  • Park amenities

The future joint-use campus will offer educational, recreational and cultural activities for all ages in a rapidly developing community. The 32.5-acre site is located on City of Cambridge, WRDSB and WCDSB owned lands, north of the intersection of Dundas Street South and Branchton Road.

Visit the Cambridge Recreation Complex project page to learn more.

Join the Conversation

Your input is important to help shape a place that builds on and strengthens the very best of the Cambridge community.

To better understand the communities use of the new recreation complex, we would like to start a conversation. The responses shared will inform how some of the key spaces in the new complex will look and function.

Until mid-March 2023, a new one-question poll will be shared here every other week. Please check back to stay connected on a variety of topics!


About the Project

The new Cambridge Recreation Complex will be an exciting new community hub in the south of the city. This modern, multi-purpose recreation complex will include the following:

  • An 8 or 10-lane, 25m swimming pool and warm water leisure pool
  • Gymnasiums
  • Running or walking track and multi-purpose rooms
  • Branch location of Idea Exchange (Cambridge Public Library)
  • Park amenities

The future joint-use campus will offer educational, recreational and cultural activities for all ages in a rapidly developing community. The 32.5-acre site is located on City of Cambridge, WRDSB and WCDSB owned lands, north of the intersection of Dundas Street South and Branchton Road.

Visit the Cambridge Recreation Complex project page to learn more.

Join the Conversation

Your input is important to help shape a place that builds on and strengthens the very best of the Cambridge community.

To better understand the communities use of the new recreation complex, we would like to start a conversation. The responses shared will inform how some of the key spaces in the new complex will look and function.

Until mid-March 2023, a new one-question poll will be shared here every other week. Please check back to stay connected on a variety of topics!