City revamps economy passes for recreation activities

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The City of Fort St. John has made some changes to their economy passes as a result of expanding recreation programs. The passes are designed with the intent of making it easier and cheaper for the public to take part in various activities.

A release from the City states “the North Peace Leisure Pool has had economy passes for some time but it is now being offered for the programs at the Kids Arena Fieldhouse as well.”

Economy passes are also available for events at the Pomeroy Sport Centre.

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The pricing of economy passes are broken down based on age, and the length of time the pass would be valid. Recreation activities at the North Peace Leisure Pool and the Pomeroy Sport Centre have youth, adult, senior, and family pricing, and can be purchased as a pass for a single event, or durations of one month, three months, and six months. The pool also has an option for a year long pass.

A full breakdown of the costs of each pass can be seen by clicking here.

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