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Culture and Leisure Fields

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Children's fitness tax credit

The Government of Canada allows a non-refundable tax credit based on eligible fitness expenses paid by parents to register a child in a program of physical activity.

Amount of the tax credit

The children's fitness tax credit lets parents claim up to $500 per year for eligible fitness expenses paid for each child who is under 16 years of age at the beginning of the year in which the expenses are paid.

For more information on the tax credit, visit the Revenue Canada website.

The distinguising feature of Beaconsfield is the people who live here. All aspects of life reflect the volunteer participation of residents: a united effort to maintain the City's singular charm.  

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Access to leisure services and programs for persons with a handicap

Council Resolution Number: 95-02-16

Policy statement: The City of Beaconsfield will waive normal registration or entry fees to City programs, public activities and special events for advocates/aids/companions of disabled participants under the approved conditions.

General park rules:

  • The consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.
  • Dogs must be kept on a leash and away from play areas.
  • Playing golf in public parks is not permitted.
  • Fires are not allowed.
  • Use of the parks is prohibited between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. without the express permission of the City.
  • Please do not litter.

Please help us keep the parks and playgrounds safe. Report vandalism and broken or loose equipment: 514 428-4520

Playground safety

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Sun safety

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Water safety

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Ice rink safety

Players are encouraged to wear full equipment. The following equipment is required:

  • CSA approved helmet and full face guard
  • Neck protector
 
  • Valid Leisure card holders do not have to pay an entrance fee.
  • Other Beaconsfield residents and Kirkland residents will be required to pay an entrance fee of $4.25/adult, $2.25/child. 
  • Non-residents must pay an entrance fee of $6.50/adult and $4.25/child.

To obtain or renew your Leisure Card, please visit the Recreation Centre during opening hours (a proof of residency is required for all family members). 

THE GYM WILL CLOSE ON JUNE 24 FOR THE SUMMER AND WILL RE-OPEN IN SEPTEMBER.

OPEN BADMINTON SCHEDULE   

Players must bring their own racquet and birds.

   

OPEN PICKLEBALL SCHEDULE   

Players must bring their own racquet and balls.

   

OPEN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE   

   

OPEN GYM ACTIVITY SCHEDULE   

Age: 5 years and more - children between the age of 5 to 10 yaers must be accompanied by an adult

   

PRESCHOOL GYM SCHEDULE   

Leisure Card or ticket required for the child. Adult supervision is required.