Centennial Activity Centre

COVID-19 Update: Step 3 BC's Restart

Over the coming months we will be gradually increasing capacity in our recreation programs in line with provincial guidance. For updates please visit the COVID-19 web page.

Centennial Activity Centre

Centennial Activity Centre has a large gymnasium and multi-purpose room operated in partnership with School District 43 and the City of Coquitlam. We offer a wide variety of drop-in and registered programs for all ages.

Hours of Operation

  • Saturdays and Sundays: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
  • Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday, Friday : 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.
    • Thursday, Nov. 11 - Closed
  • Wednesdays: 9 p.m. - 11 p.m.

BC Vaccine Card Requirements for Recreation Activities

  1. Updated Nov. 22, 2021

    As of Oct. 24, proof of full vaccination (two doses) is required for entry to certain places and programs, as outlined by the provincial government. 

     Visitors 12 years and older will be required to show their BC Vaccine Card prior to entry at a City facility include:

    • Events, including recreational programs, with more than 50 people
    • Exercise, fitness, dance activities or adult sports of any size
    • Drop-in activities and adult sports at arenas and gymnasiums (Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex arenas, Poirier Forum, Pinetree and Centennial Activity Centre gymnasiums)
    • Adult coaches, referees, volunteers and helpers assisting with child or youth sport or programs
    • Parents in parent-participation programs, except for swimming programs
    • Spectators at events or in or near program areas, including swimming

    Proof of vaccine will not be required at the following: 

    • Recreational programs or activities with less than 50 participants other than those stated above
    • Swimming pools (Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex, City Centre Aquatic Complex)
    • Child and youth participants in sport and recreational programs provided primarily for those under the age of 22 years
    • Before and after school programs
    • Teachers/instructors providing education activities with their students in City facilities
    • Rehab or exercise therapy programs

    For the most up-to-date covid-19 updates go to www.coquitlam.ca/covid19

  1. Masks Mandatory for Recreation Facilities

    Safety protocols are in place at all City facilities to ensure the safety of program participants and staff.

    The Provincial Mask Mandate states that masks are mandatory for all people 5 years and older regardless of vaccination status. Specific to the community recreation setting, masks must be worn in common areas but may be removed during physical activity (sport and exercise). 

    The following individuals are exempt from mask wearing:

    • Children under 5
    • People who are unable to wear a mask due to psychological, behavioural or health condition, or a physical, cognitive or mental impairment
    • People who cannot remove a mask on their own
  1. Drop-In Programming

    Regular drop-in rates are now in-effect for all drop-in and pre-registered drop-in activities. For more information about drop-in programs, click here

    Note: Capacity restrictions will be enforced for both pool and arena drop-in programs.

    To view all the drop-in and pre-registered drop-in opportunities, click here. 

Contact Us

  1. Learn more about volunteering in recreation with the City.

Code of Conduct

When using this facility, please first become familiar with our Code of Conduct page.