Public Health Measures

Alberta’s Open for Summer Plan

On May 26, 2021, the Province announced a 3-stage roadmap, Alberta’s Open for Summer Plan, that outlines how restrictions will ease while protecting the health-care system and increasing vaccination rates in the province

The plan calls for incremental easing of very low risk activities in the first stage, followed by a significant easing in the second, and a removal of most restrictions in the third. Complete information on each stage can be found on the Government of Alberta website at Alberta’s Open for Summer Plan.

Alberta is entering Stage 2 on June 10. 

  • Stage 2: Two weeks after 60 per cent of Albertans age 12-plus have received at least one dose of vaccine and hospitalizations are below 500 and declining. 
  • Stage 3: Two weeks after 70 per cent of Albertans age 12-plus have received at least one dose of vaccine. (Date to be determined). 

For complete details, visit the Government of Alberta’s Stronger Public Health Measures webpage.

Affected Facilities and Services


Servus Credit Union Place

  • Starting June 10: available for sport groups – booked use only (arenas, field houses, gymnasium).
  • Starting June 14, the facility opens up to the public for: 
    • Personal training, one-on-one and group dryland conditioning
    • Tailor Made Insurance Fitness & Wellness Centre
    • Christenson Developments Track & Training Centre
    • Fitness drop-in classes indoors – begin reserving your spot, up to 7 days in advance; classes start June 21
  • Starting June 16: 
    • Summer Camps outdoors – registration opens; camps start July 5

Fountain Park Recreation Centre 

  • Starting June 14, the facility opens to the public (reservation only) for:    
    • Public swimming, lane swimming, aquafit classes
    • Swim club bookings

Grosvenor Outdoor Pool

  • Starting June 14, the facility opens to the public (reservation only) for: 
    •  Public swimming, lane swimming, exercise and wellness drop-in
    • Swim club and school bookings

Outdoor Fitness & Recreation

  • Outdoor organized sport and recreation bookings and fitness programs and classes are available. 
  • Spontaneous outdoor activities continue to be available including virtual fitness programs and drop-in classes. 

Provincial public health measures must be followed during all activities. 

For current information on recreation programs and services, visit Welcome Back.


  • The Arden Theatre will be offering a blend of in-person and virtual programming, where suitable. As new performances are scheduled, further information will be provided. 
  • For current information on programming, please visit The Arden Theatre.
  • Starting June 14, 2021, The Arden Theatre will be accepting booking inquires for available rental dates. For more information visit the City website at Arden Theatre Rentals and Bookings



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Last edited: June 16, 2021