Have a SAY where you PLAY

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The City of Kitchener owns and operates more than 650 places where you can participate in recreation activities. Whether you are walking on a trail, taking a yoga class at a community centre, learning to swim or playing competitive sports it is likely you have visited one of Kitchener's recreation facilities.

The Leisure Facilities Master Plan is now complete and will be shared with city council on March 18, 2019. Visit the documents library to view the master plan.

The City of Kitchener owns and operates more than 650 places where you can participate in recreation activities. Whether you are walking on a trail, taking a yoga class at a community centre, learning to swim or playing competitive sports it is likely you have visited one of Kitchener's recreation facilities.

The Leisure Facilities Master Plan is now complete and will be shared with city council on March 18, 2019. Visit the documents library to view the master plan.

Have a SAY where you PLAY!

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There are over 650 recreation facilities located across the city. Tell us about the places where you play and stay active. Find a facility on the map, drop a pin and leave a comment about the facilities you use.

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The personal information provided on this map is collected under the authority of s. 28(2) of Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) and will be used by the City of Kitchener to inform policy decisions. For questions regarding this notice of collection, please contact Helena Foulds, helena.foulds@kitchener.ca, 519-741-2200 ext 7191.

There are over 650 recreation facilities located across the city. Tell us about the places where you play and stay active. Find a facility on the map, drop a pin and leave a comment about the facilities you use.

LEGEND

Map legend

The personal information provided on this map is collected under the authority of s. 28(2) of Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) and will be used by the City of Kitchener to inform policy decisions. For questions regarding this notice of collection, please contact Helena Foulds, helena.foulds@kitchener.ca, 519-741-2200 ext 7191.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded