Emerald Hills Leisure Centre FAQs
The new Emerald Hills Leisure Centre is attached to the Archbishop Jordan High School. This new partnership involves shared parking.
Strathcona County is working closely with ABJ to educate students and staff at both buildings in regards to where they should park.
ABJ has been tremendous in helping to find solutions that best meet everyone’s needs. Signage will soon be in place and an educational communication plan will be launched so we can maximize parking at peak times for our pool guests.
- 6 lane, 25 meter lap swim pool
- 4-lane, 25 meter adjustable depth swimming pool
- Children’s teach pool
- Whirlpool and steamroom
- Family change facilities
Yes, there is a family changeroom with 14 private change stalls.
- Aquatic fitness classes
- Spontaneous use lap swimming
- Drop-in recreational swimming
EHLC’s accessibility and pool temperatures also provides an opportunity to develop programs geared toward injury rehabilitation, older adult and special needs.
Yes, swim lessons will be offered at both the Kinsmen Leisure Centre and Emerald Hills Leisure Centre.
Kinsmen Leisure Centre is scheduled to undergo mechanical and structural improvements, which will include the addition of a shared change room in the spring of 2017.
Strathcona County plans to keep the pool open for as long as possible during the construction. Some service disruptions are expected but will be communicated in advance. The Esso Swim Safe Centre (kids pool) will be closed during the structural and mechanical repairs.