Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex will be reopening its squash courts, fitness room, and spin classes on Sept. 14, with COVID-19 hours and restrictions in places. (Black Press photo)

Tamitik Sports Complex reopening some activities

The pool remains closed for the time being, but a few activities will start up again Sept. 14

On Sept. 14, the District of Kitimat will be reopening the squash courts, fitness room, and spin classes in Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex. COVID-19 restrictions and hours will be in place.

Patrons are reminded to not use to facilities if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, have recently travelled outside of the country, or have been in contact with someone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days.

Those using the facility can enter through the Tamitik main entrance, between the Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre and Tamitik Arena. Patrons are also asked to please follow signage, as well as all direction from facility staff.

Change rooms and showers are not available at this time, and anyone using the facility is asked to adhere to all recommended COVID-19 mitigation measures including handwashing and maintaining a distance of 2 meters.

Squash courts are available during facility hours, excluding spin class times. Court reservations must be made in advance by calling 250-632-8955, and users must follow COVID-19 Squash Court Usage Guidelines available at the Tamitik front desk.

The fitness room is available to the public during facility hours, again excluding spin class times. Spin classes are available by pre-registration only, and registrations can be made by calling 250-632-8970.

Due to maintenance and repairs, the pool remains closed for the time being. Visit the District of Kitimat website and Facebook page for more information and continued updates.



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