Transition to orange level – Changes to municipal services as of June 7
The City of Pointe-Claire wishes to inform you of changes that will be made to municipal services in relation to the Québec government’s announcement of the transition to orange as of Monday, June 7, in compliance with pandemic-related health directives.
Reopening of the weight room
The weight room at the Aquatic Centre will reopen as of Monday, June 7, by reservation, for a maximum of six people at a time, in accordance with government directives. Users can make a reservation as of today for a 60-minute time slot per day. Wearing a mask for face covering at all times will be mandatory. Participants must bring their own water bottle and must disinfect equipment before and after use. Assistance at close proximity is not permitted for people who do not reside at the same address. For all the details on the directives in effect, go to the Schedules and facilities page. Locker rooms will be accessible for changing after the activity.
Registration is required on LUDIK.
As of June 7, up to 12 people from 12 different households will be permitted to participate in non-contact activities outdoors. Distancing measures must continue to be strictly applied and people not residing at the same address must wear a mask or face covering.
As of June 11, supervised sports and leisure activities without contact will be permitted for groups of up to 25 people. Competitions, tournaments and spectators will continue to be prohibited until June 25.
Indoor sports and leisure activities
Indoor leisure activities (public skating and lap swimming) can be done alone, in pairs or with people from the same household.
All MULTI cards expiring between January 1, 2020 and September 29, 2021, will be considered valid until September 30, 2021. We invite you to renew your card today to avoid the crowds in September!
To find out about all of the measures in effect, go to quebec.ca/coronavirus.
Thank you for continuing to be safe.