Updated January 25, 2022
Commencing the week of Monday, January 31, the Town of Newmarket Recreation and Culture Department will begin to offer Winter Drop-In Programs, February Registered Programs and safely reopen facilities in accordance with facility capacities as outlined in the Provincial Government announcement on January 20, 2022. For more information on Town amenities and programs, please visit our press release, or visit our What's Open What's Closed in Newmarket page.
Friendly reminder that a proof of Facility Screening Check In is required before entering any Town facility or participating in an activity. Access the Town's Public Self-Screening Tool and be prepared at the door to show proof of double vaccination and a piece of ID.
For current programs and drop-in sessions, safety protocols and how to register please click the tiles below:
- Indoor Skate Park - Age Specific Drop In Sessions
- A skateboard helmet, multi-sport helmet or hockey helmet is required.Scooter, skateboard or roller blades are permitted.
(Not permitted: Bicycles, longboards, and RipStiks)
- Multi-Purpose Rooms
Please Note: Participants must enter through the rear door of the skate park. Entry points will be identified through signage.
Check back for our Private Skateboard and Scooter Lessons for Spring 2022! For any questions regarding our upcoming lessons,
please call 905-953-5300 ext. 2828.
Are you looking to gain a new skills, certification or meet new friends? Join us for one of our Leadership Courses!
Q. Do I need to reserve my spot ahead of time or can I show up onsite?
- A. You will not be required to pre-register for your timeslot. You are welcome to use the facility in your age-specific time slot.
Participants will be asked to sign-in upon arrival for contact-tracing purposes.
Q. What is the cost to use the Skate Park?
- A. The skate park is FREE of charge for the remainder of the Winter 2022 session.
Q. Are Spectators Permitted on site?
- A. No – spectators are not permitted to remain on site.
Assumption of Risk
The Town of Newmarket in collaboration with York Region Public Health, continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation. Users of the Town of Newmarket facilities, buildings and/or amenities are reminded that the facilities, buildings and/or amenities are open for use at your own risk. An inherent risk of exposure to communicable diseases including COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present. By visiting any Town of Newmarket facility, building and/or amenity you voluntarily assume all risks including any risk of injury, loss, damage, and possible exposure to a communicable disease including COVID-19. We remind you to follow the COVID-19 precautionary guidelines being recommended by various Canadian health authorities including the York Region Public Health Unit, Ontario Health and Public Health Agency of Canada.
We welcome our
community's feedback and input and would love to hear from you on what programs / activities you would like to see offered by the Town. Email us at email@example.com with your suggestions.
Stay up-to-date on the latest Town updates by following @TownofNewmarket on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and visit Newmarket.ca/COVID19.
Questions? Should you have any questions, please contact Customer Service by phone at 905-953-5303 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Customer Service is available Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there may be program disruptions, changes and facility closures. We continue to offer alternative ways to serve the community. Learn about Newmarket's approach to reopening and for current information and resources. For any inquiries, please email email@example.com.