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 COVID-19 Response for Saskatoon Residents

Starting Monday, June 15, 2020, the Payment Centre, Customer Service & Collections counters located in the lobby of City Hall will open with a limited number of services, view what is available here. The lobby has been modified with the health, safety and well-being of employees and citizens as top priority. The remainder of City Hall remains closed to the public. Our business operations continue to ensure core services for our residents as much as possible. Public transit currently remains operational.

Recreational Activities & Fitness

Leisure Guide

The Leisure Guide is Saskatoon's community source for arts, culture and recreational activities throughout the year. Browse online to find leisure facility information and a wide variety of drop-in and registered programs.

Drop-in Online

Get the latest drop-in schedule information for your favourite Leisure Centre or facility.  Search by facility, program name, instructor, week, day and/or time to find activities that interest you!

Registered Programs

The City's leisure facilities offer a variety of registered programs, including swim lessons, exercise programs and programs specific to youth, seniors and those with special needs.

Become a Fitness Instructor

Are you interested in becoming a Fitness Instructor at the leisure facilities? Learn more about course offerings, instructor requirements, and bursary opportunities.

Become a Lifeguard

Are you interested in becoming a lifeguard or swim instructor for the indoor and outdoor pools? Learn more about courses and requirements.

Leisure Access Program

The Leisure Access Program allows eligible low-income residents in Saskatoon to participate in leisure facilities and programs. The program includes unlimited admission to drop-in programs at the Leisure Centres, one registered program per year and complimentary tickets to the Nutrien Playland rides at Kinsmen Park.

Recreation & Parks Master Plan

With Saskatoon entering a new stage of growth, planning must consider how to best respond to future program and infrastructure needs, not just for today’s citizens, but for the generations to come.