Feedback will help City-run recreation program staff determine what you would be interested in and like to see offered

By Staff

May 10th, 2023



The City of Burlington is looking for resident feedback on City-run recreation programs.

Feedback is welcome from the community as a whole – past and current participants and those that haven’t registered in our programs.

Waiting for something to happen.

Feedback from everyone will help to understand the needs of the entire community. The survey will ask questions about what City-run recreation programs you have participated in, what programs you would be interested in and, would like to see offered.

This review will help the City understand the recreation needs of our growing community. It will also help align the programs the City offers to serve all residents and visitors for aquatics, skating, inclusion, sport, camps, adults, older adults 55+ and programming in general for years to come.

The results of the survey will be shared in a report to Council in Fall 2023.
The survey can be found at and is open until Sept. 1, 2023.

Lawn Bowling Club is right beside the Seniors Centre. In good weather plenty of opportunity to get out and get some exercise and fresh air. The Library is a very short walk away. Much of what Seniors need in the way of civic services are in the immediate area.

Renee Kulinski-McCann, Manager of Recreation Services explains: “The City offers a wide variety of recreation programs, from crafting to family sports. Having access to these recreation opportunities, both indoor and outdoor, supports the health of individuals and the wellbeing of our community. These recreation opportunities are a key service provided by the City so it is important to know what recreation programs our community wants and needs.”

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