City Facilities & Fieldhouse Closed due to COVID-19

All activities in the Champlain Park Fieldhouse have been cancelled as of March 16 2020 and until further notice, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

You will advised once the fieldhouse facilities are back in operation and the activities resume.


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The City of Ottawa is closing all City-managed recreation and cultural facilities, and all Ottawa Public Library branches, based on the recommendation of the Ministry of Health’s guidance to limit mass gatherings.

  • All recreation and cultural facilities, including recreation complexes, community centers, arenas, swimming pools, theatres and museums will be closed, effective Monday, March 16.
  • City programs, including March break camps and fitness classes, will also be cancelled, starting Monday, as will performances at the Shenkman and Meridian Theatres. There is no need for ticketholders to call 3-1-1 as tickets will be refunded automatically. Programming and rental fee refunds will also be processed automatically. All other inquiries can be sent by email to 123go@ottawa.ca.
  • All Client Service Centres and City Hall will remain open.

2 responses to “City Facilities & Fieldhouse Closed due to COVID-19

  1. Latest news:

    This message is to inform you that City recreation and culture facilities will not be re-opening on Monday, April 6. Parks and park amenities remain closed as well.

    Next week we will provide you with information on the length of the extended closure. We are committed to providing you with information as soon as it is available and to working with you to address these challenging circumstances.

  2. From the City of Ottawa:

    Earlier today, a decision was made in consultation with Dr. Vera Etches, Ottawa’s Medical Officer of Health to remain in a State of Emergency and extend the existing closures of City facilities, services and large public gatherings until June 30, 2020.

    This decision will be reviewed on a regular basis in consultation with Ottawa Public Health officials and the federal and provincial governments. However, it is important to act now in a concerted effort to continue to slow the spread of the virus.

    Accessing facilities
    We are requesting that all tenants refrain from accessing rented space in City facilities. Any planned programming that you have scheduled on site between April 6 and June 30 should be cancelled or postponed until a re-opening date has been set, and when full operational support and safe gathering protocols are in place.