Learn to swim, improve your front crawl, play in the water, soak in the hot tub—all kinds of activities take place at the Aquatic Centre. The ozonated water treatment process means chlorine levels are lower than standard pools. Leisure, fitness and rehabilitation programs are all available for you here.
Programs & Activities
Visit the Leisure Guide website to view all programs and activities, find schedules for a variety of drop-in programs and activities, or go straight to registration!
LEISURE ACCESS CARD
Aquatic Centre Opportunities
If you love to swim and enjoy interacting with people, consider becoming a lifeguard. The Aquatic Centre is a great place to work and offers flexible hours.
Check out the Leisure Guide for how to become a lifeguard or aquafit instructor; we offer the courses you need.
Visit the Career Portal for current job openings, and subscribe to receive information on new opportunities as they become available.
Of course you can!
We welcome breastfeeding mothers at all of our facilities.
Nursing mothers have the right to breastfeed their children in a public area, and it is discriminatory to ask them to cover up or breastfeed somewhere else.
—BC Human Rights Code
Change Room Renovations
The Men’s and Women’s Aquatic Centre Change Room renovations are now complete. We thank all patrons for their patience during the renovation process.
Aquatic Centre Expansion Project
In 2014, the District asked for feedback regarding proposed improvements and expansion to the West Vancouver Aquatic Centre change rooms. Following a review of community feedback and in order to address community needs and facility requirements, a proposed plan for expansion has now been developed.
This much-needed addition has been approved and construction will begin in the fall of 2017 on the west side of the Aquatic Centre adjacent to 22nd Street.
This project is anticipated to be complete in the fall of 2018. Due to the location of the large Redwood tree (Sequoia sempervirens) and the proximity of its complex root system to the construction area and existing Aquatic Centre infrastructure, it has been determined that this tree must be removed. Bird nesting season is now complete and the tree has been scheduled for removal by a licensed tree company in mid-October.
All construction will be completed in accordance with District bylaws.
Thank you in advance as we complete these necessary facility improvements.