Program subsidies through the Leisure Access program are available for those on limited income.
The Leisure Access Program allows Vancouver residents who are in financial need to access basic recreation programs at Park Board facilities at reduced cost. The Leisure Access program provides a range of benefits and discounts at participating community centres, Park Board operated and participating Association fitness centres, pools and rinks. If you are unable to participate in recreation programs because of limited income or financial resources, contact a community centre near you to discuss your options.
Please note that senior and youth admission rates are already discounted. If you are a senior or youth and qualify for the Leisure Access program, any applicable discounts will be calculated based on the regular adult rate and not on the senior or youth rate. Leisure Access benefits are not transferable. Misused cards will be confiscated.
Starting with our Winter 2020 programming, West Point Grey Community Centre Association will allow patrons with the Leisure Access pass to receive 50% off unlimited programs per season. This policy is designed to better support low-income patrons and lifts the previous restriction of 50% off one program per person per season, which is still in effect at many other community centres.