The Resort Municipality of Whistler is currently studying a potential new well supply source located along the Valley Trail (between Rainbow Park and Lorimer Road). Read more.
Culture & Recreation
The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) features a wide variety of attractions, annual events, cultural opportunities, community development, programs, and facility booking opportunities.
Interested in Whistler’s heritage? Looking for a program for yourself or your children? Or, are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer with a city program?
Whistler offers something for everyone.
Culture & Art
Whistler’s arts scene is not just alive and well, it’s thriving. Better known as a mountain resort for skiing and winter sports, Whistler is also home to a vibrant arts and culture community, and was designated as the 2009 Cultural Capital of Canada.
Painters, sculptors, ceramicists, multi-media artists, writers, actors, playwrights, photographers and filmmakers all call Whistler home and all contribute to the rich fabric of the local arts scene.
Click here for more information on Whistler’s Culture and Arts.
Recreation & Leisure
Whistler is recreation. Whistler is an active community with a wide variety of recreational choices. Whether it’s indoor training, group activities or getting ready for bike and ski season, health and wellness are a major focus in Whistler.
The staff and volunteers at Whistler’s Meadow Park Sports Centre, are dedicated to providing quality recreation and leisure opportunities to all residents and visitors. Meadow Parks Sports Centre and numerous other sport and leisure programs throughout the community serve approximately one million clients annually. The Resort Municipality of Whistler’s goal is to provide opportunities for individuals to achieve their potential by promoting healthy families and neighbourhoods and supporting an active community.
Click here for more information on recreation and leisure activities in Whistler.