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Millennium Place

Millennium Place Building

Millennium Place East entrance

MP - Wellness Centre

Meyer's Insurance Wellness Centre

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Meyer's Insurance Wellness Centre

MP - pool

The McKay Team Aquatics Centre

MP - gym

Paris Jewellers Gymnasium

MP - arena

Sprite Arena

MP - Leisure Ice

Leisure Ice

MP - Edu-tainment Centre

Edu-tainment Centre

MP - youth lounge

Youth lounge

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Lobby

Millennium Place

Ph. 780-416-3300

2000 Premier Way, Sherwood Park, AB T8H 2G4

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Updates and notices

Strathcona County indoor recreation facilities remain CLOSED. Targeted re-opening dates listed below may be subject to change.

To visit a recreation centre upon re-opening, guests must pre-book and pre-pay for their activity time slot. Learn more here.

Millennium Cards remain suspended, however cards can be reactivated by emailing millenniumcard@strathcona.ca or by calling 780-467-2211.

Register today for outdoor, registered family programs and fitness classes.

Millennium Place re-opening target dates and details

  • Targeted re-opening July 15.

    • Millennium Place (Maximum capacity per time slot: 50)
    • Glen Allan Recreation Complex (Maximum capacity per time slot: 35)
    • Ardrossan Recreation Complex (Maximum capacity per time slot: 35)

    To visit a wellness centre you must pre-book and prepay for your activity time slot - avilable beginning July 10. To book your activity time slot, you must have a Recreation Online account or call 780-467-2211.

    • Wellness centre time slots are 90 minutes.
    • You will be able to book your activity time slot a maximum of 5 days in advance.
    • You can cancel your time slot and receive a credit on your account. 
    • Visit the Know before you go webpage for more details on booking your time slot and what to expect when you arrive for your activity. 
    • Millennium Cards remain suspended.

    Guidelines

    • Stay home if you are sick, practice proper hand hygiene and follow all Alberta Health Services guidelines for physical distancing and gathering restrictions.
    • Arrive a maximum of 10 minutes before your pre-booked activity time slot / any time during your time slot.
    • Leave at the end of your time slot to allow staff to disinfect and clean the area before the next time slot.
    • Come dressed to participate and leave excess items at home. Wallet lockers and washrooms are available, locker rooms and showers will be closed.
    • Bring a pre-filled, labelled water bottle. Bottle fillers are available but drinking fountains are not available.
    • Where possible, equipment has been moved to ensure 3 meter distance (cardio) and a 2 meter distance (weights) can be maintained. Signs have been placed closing alternate machines where moving the equipment was no possible. 
    • Portable / personal fans will be turned off to prevent the spread of droplets and particulates. 
    • Free weights will be available
    • Equipment made of porous materials such as rope or foam will not be available.
    • Non-stationary equipment such as balls, mats and resistance bands will not be available. Guests are permitted to bring any small portable equipment such as mats or bands that they require for their workout.
    • Small groups are permitted to form cohorts for the purpose of spotting. The size of the cohort is limited to 3. Staff will not spot guests.
    • Sanitizing wipes will continue to be available for guest to use in fitness centres. Guests are asked to wipe equipment before and after every use.

    Dates and details listed may be subject to change. 

    • Millennium Place
    • Ardrossan Recreation Complex

    To visit a recreation centre you must pre-book and prepay for your activity time slot - beginning July 10. To book your activity time slot, you must have a Recreation Online account or call 780-467-2211.

    Timeslots range from 60 to 90 minutes depending on the activity. You will be able to book your activity time slot a maximum of 5 days in advance and cancel your time slot for a credit. Visit the Know before you go webpage for full details on booking your activity time slot and what you need to know before you visit an indoor recreation centre.

    Millennium Cards remain suspended.

    Stay home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Physical distancing and gathering restrictions in effect. Dates listed are targeted re-opening dates and may be subject to change

  • Targeted re-opening dates for arenas:

    • July 8 - Glen Allan Recreation Complex 
    • July 15 - Sherwood Park Arena and Sports Centre
    • August 7 - Millennium Place arenas
    • August 10 - Ardrossan Recreation Complex (west arena)
    • August 18 - Strathcona Olympiette Centre (large ice)  
    • August 28 - Ardrossan Recreation Complex (east arena)
    • September 15 - Moyer Recreation Centre 
    • September 23 - Broadmoor Arena 
    • October 12 - Strathcona Olympiette Centre (small ice)

     Guidelines in place

    As we re-open our arenas, we ask for your cooperation and commitment to follow the guidelines below: 

    • Maintain 2-meter physical distancing between people, except those who reside in the same household or who belong to an existing cohort. 

    • Stay home if you are sick or displaying any symptoms of COVID-19. 

    • Follow the prescreen procedures posted at the facility and outlined by staff. 

    • To maintain adequate physical distancing, you may be directed to use a modified facility entrance and exit. Please refer to posted signage and staff guidance. There may also be dedicated entry and exit points for spectators. 

    • The maximum capacity of the ice surface is 50 people, including players, coaches and officials. 

    • Players are encouraged to arrive with their required equipment on as dressing room space will be limited to accommodate adequate physical distancing. There will be a specified area for coaches and players to put skates on. Groups or teams may be provided with more than 1 dressing room to allow for adequate space where possible. Please refer to posted capacity limits on the dressing rooms. 

    • Players and coaches can enter the facility 10 minutes before their booking and exit the facility 10 minutes after their booking. All spectators should exit the facility as soon as the booking time slot has ended. 

    • Shower facilities are not available. 

    • Indoor warm-up space is not available.   

    • There will be 30 minutes between each booking to allow for the safe entry and exit of facility users, and adequate time to disinfect areas. 

    • Practice sneeze/cough control and respiratory etiquette. Participants should refrain from spitting and clearing their nasal passages during activities.  

    • There is limited spectator space.  Available seating has been marked using AB Health guidelines of 2-meter distance between people.  Children from the same family may sit with their caregiver. 

    • Sport organizations are responsible for keeping track of all participants for each activity for a period of 2 weeks for the purpose of contact tracing in the event of an outbreak. 

    • Masks are recommended for spectators. 

    • Try to minimize contacting high-touch point surfaces such as door handles and going in and out of dressing rooms. 

    • Bring a pre-filled, labelled water bottle. Bottle fillers are available but drinking fountains are not available. 

    Dates and details may be subject to change.

  • More details to come including new procedures in place for re-opening.

    • Ardrossan Recreation Complex - east and west arena - July 11
    • Millennium Place - gymnasium and indoor fields - July 15
    • Glen Allan Recreation Complex - racquet courts and curling arena - July 15
    • Strathcona Olympiette Centre and Moyer Recreation Complex - upon inquiry

    Residents can expect the delivery of County-run services to look different upon re-opening. More information on necessary modifications will be communicated closer to facility reopening dates.

    Stay home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Physical distancing and gathering restrictions in effect. Dates listed are targeted re-opening dates and may be subject to change

  • The aquatic centre at Millennium Place is currently under revitalization. Learn more.

    Residents can expect the delivery of County-run services to look different upon re-opening. More information on necessary modifications will be communicated closer to facility reopening dates.

    Stay home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Physical distancing and gathering restrictions in effect. Dates listed are targeted re-opening dates and may be subject to change

  • Indoor playgrounds, youth lounges, and childminding services are currently in Stage 3 of the province's re-launch plan.

    Residents can expect the delivery of County-run services to look different upon re-opening. More information on necessary modifications will be communicated closer to facility reopening dates.

    Stay home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Physical distancing and gathering restrictions in effect. Dates listed are targeted re-opening dates and may be subject to change

Amenities

Amenities include fitness centre, aquatics centre, indoor track, gymnasium, twin arenas, leisure ice, fitness studios, field house, indoor playground, youth lounge and concession.

Revitalization projects

On September 10, Council approved a budget to move forward with some exciting upgrades and replacements to the aquatic centre and ice plant at Millennium Place in 2020. Work is well underway.

2020 Aquatic centre revitalization
Update April 9: The aquatic centre revitalization work will take place from now until November 2. During this time the pool will be closed. Millennium Place will remain closed until further notice. Other areas will be available to the public upon re-opening, pending Alberta Heath Services approval. Learn more about the revitalization work.

2020 Ice plant replacement
The ice plant replacement project is underway. Construction of the ice plant is not expected to impact regular operations.

Admissions

Amenities

  • Located on the second floor of Millennium Place, the Meyer’s Insurance Wellness Centre is home to more than 500 pieces of state-of-the-art fitness equipment.

    The functional training area has four Olympic lifting platforms, squat racks with bumper plates, and kettlebells. There is also a full line of selectorized weight machines, iso-lateral equipment, multiple free weight areas, cable machines and a dedicated group cycling room. Plus, there is an extensive cardio line-up with built-in 15 inch television screens and variety that will keep your workout fun and challenging!

    Are you 10-13 years old and looking forward to using the Meyer’s Insurance Wellness Centre?

    Check out our Fit for the Future orientation program.

  • The three-lane track is 235 meters long (4.25 laps = 1 km) and features a unique incline in one section. The track is designed to provide an indoor opportunity for everyone and is wheelchair accessible. Please ensure that an adult accompanies children under 8 years who are using the track.

    See Indoor Tracks for more information.

  • Fun Factory is a drop-in child-minding service for parents involved in activities located at Ardrossan Recreation Complex and Millennium Place. We provide a safe and caring environment for your children while you have some leisure time to participate in a healthy lifestyle.We will entertain your little ones with colouring, toys, playdough, puzzles and books!

    Please note: Fun Factory is a special service not included in the Millennium Card. We will provide two weeks notice for any fee or schedule changes. Pick-up our child-minding brochure at Millennium Place or Ardrossan Recreation Complex.

    Visit our Fun Factory web page for further details, hours and fees.

  • Millennium Place’s reputation as a first-class recreation facility within Strathcona County speaks for itself. One of the featured spaces in the facility includes the Edu-tainment Centre – an indoor play space for children that features a playground, climbing wall, tree-house and interactive play pods that helps foster creative play opportunities for kids. If your organization or business is invested in supporting children and education, or if you’re looking to create greater brand awareness to young families, this could be the right fit for you.

  • Parking

    • 16 accessible parking stalls,
    • plus accessible drop-off / loading area and sidewalk entrances

    Entrances

    • all entrances have automatic sliding doors

    Facility

    Push button wheelchair 4' door access to:

    • aquatics family change room
    • Powerade Centre hallway (arena)
    • activity rooms
    • Meyer's Insurance Wellness Centre
    • wheelchair lift to the soccer bleachers and the running track
    • accessible customer service desk
    • elevator to all levels
    • sledge hockey accessible
    • accessible spectator viewing (all areas)
    • wheelchair accessible washrooms in the following areas:
      • Field 1 and Field 2
      • McKay Team Aquatics Centre
      • Powerade Centre – twin arena
      • Meyer's Insurance Wellness Centre

    Aquatics Centre

    • accessible aquatic viewing area
    • electric-powered sling-lift to lap tank
    • aquatic transfer chairs
    • pool lift into hot tub and lap pool 
    • zero depth beach entry into wave pool

    Aquatics Change room for persons with special needs

    • accessible washroom, changing and shower stalls

    Wellness Centre

    • accessible adaptive exercise equipment
    • wheelchair accessible showers
    • accessible entrance
    • ramp access to running track and upper fitness studios
    • wide entry way to changerooms

Care providers



Children under 6 years old must be accompanied by a responsible person who is 14 years of age or older, at all times while using the recreation centre. In our aquatic facilities, children under 8Y must be within arms reach of someone 14Y+ at all times.

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Last updated: Thursday, June 18, 2020
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