City Recreational Facilities preparing to re-open starting September 8

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – After almost six months of closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Fort St. John is announcing the re-opening of recreational facilities starting Tuesday, September 8.

According to City Staff, the facilities that are set to re-open on September 8 include the Pomeroy Sport Centre, which also includes the Visitor Centre, and the Kids Arena Fieldhouse.

Other facilities to re-open at a later date include the North Peace Leisure Pool on September 19 and the North Peace Arena sometime in October.

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Due to the decreased capacity and to ensure Provincial Health Orders are followed, City Staff say facilities users must pre-book their swim or skate times in advance.

In order to pre-book, you can call the Pomeroy Sport Centre at 250-785-4592 or the North Peace Leisure Pool at 250-787-8178.

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