City announces recreation facilities and program registration refunds policy during COVID19

News 100 redBy Staff

March 12th, 2029


With the COVID-19 situation, the City of Burlington will be offering full refunds for Recreation facilities and program registrations (including March Break programs) without any administration charge.

Councillor Sharman has held two public sessions with Senior's as part of his effort to understand their needs and develop policy that Council can put in place to serve this vital community. At most of the sessions Sharman holds his Dad is often in the audience.

Some planned events might be cancelled.

For facility rentals: organizations and residents with upcoming rentals may cancel or rebook at a future date (pending availability) with no penalty. Please contact

For registrations, including March Break programs: to withdraw from an upcoming course without penalty, or to withdraw from a course in progress to receive a prorated refund, please email or visit us during customer service hours.

If you have more questions about cancellations, please reach us at or or 905-335-7738.

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1 comment to City announces recreation facilities and program registration refunds policy during COVID19

  • Penny Hersh

    Community Centres should be closed for the next 3 weeks. If Schools are closed for the next 3 weeks to try to stop the spread of Covid 19, is it a good idea for all these children to be congregating in community centres and Y’s?

    Why is Burlington not following what other communities as close as Oakville are doing? BPAC should be dark, if Broadway did this and Oakville did this why not Burlington?

    Burlington has always been reactive not proactive.

    If the City of Burlington won’t put things in place to try to “flatten the curve” of this virus then residents need to do this on their own.

    It won’t be easy but let’s try to do the right thing to protect others as well as ourselves.