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Vaccination Card requirements for RMOW recreation services
Updated: September 16, 2021
Starting September 13, by order of the Public Health Officer of British Columbia, proof of vaccination is required to access Meadow Park Sports Centre for all activities for all people aged 12+. Government issued photo ID is also required for all adults 19+.
Access to Meadow Park Sports Centre will continue to be for passholders to help manage occupancy limits.
If you are unable to show proof of vaccination, we look forward to welcoming you back when the PHO requiring the BC Vaccine Card is no longer in effect. MPSC passholders who do not have a BC Vaccine Card may contact MPSC staff for pass extension or refund options at email@example.com.
Proof of partial vaccination (one dose) is required as of September 13 and proof of full vaccination (two doses) will be required by October 24.
Up to and until September 26, individuals can show multiple forms of proof of vaccination including:
- The wallet-sized immunization record card given at vaccination clinics.
- Printed immunization record from Health Gateway
- Immunization record from your pharmacy (for AstraZeneca/SII COVISHIELD)
- Provincial Immunization Registry record.
- ImmunizeBC record.
- Health authority immunization record (ie. Vancouver Coastal Health, Fraser Health)
One piece of valid government issued photo ID is also required for all adults 19+. The following forms of photo identification will be accepted:
- B.C. Driver’s Licence or BC Services Card
- Photo ID issued by another province or territory
A BC Vaccine Card will be required as of September 27. Details of how to download or obtain a BC Vaccine Card can be found on the Government of British Columbia’s website
People from other Canadian provinces and territories must show:
- Provincially/territorially officially recognized vaccine record
- Valid government photo ID
International visitors must show:
- Proof of vaccination used to enter Canada (i.e. ArriveCAN)
British Columbians can also order a paper copy by phone that will be delivered via mail. (Note: You cannot request a paper copy for someone else.) Call 1-833-838-2323 seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (PDT) Telephone for the Deaf: Dial 711.
The Province of British Columbia is requiring a Vaccine Card for certain non-essential services and events until at least January 31, 2022.
For further details regarding the proof of vaccination requirements as they apply to municipal facilities, please visit whistler.ca/covid19.
Reservations no longer required for select activities at MPSC
Updated: September 1, 2021
As of September 7, Meadow Park Sports Centre passholders will no longer require a reservation to utilize the gym, visit the pool or attend a public skating session.
The reservation system will remain in place for select activities for the ease of planning and booking squash courts, included fitness classes and drop-in hockey sessions. Reservations will continue to be available up to 72-hours in advance using the current online booking system. The facility remains passholder access only.
The pool will return to a sessional swim format with access to the leisure pool, lap pool and hot spots only available during select days and times throughout the week. Information regarding pool availability and public skating sessions can be found on the drop-in activity schedule. Users are asked to check availability of pool and arena sessions and related facility closure notices before each visit at whistler.ca/notices.
Mask policy update
Updated: August 24, 2021
Masks are required in all common areas of Meadow Park Sports Centre for all people aged 12 and older, regardless of vaccination status, except while engaged in physical activity. For further details, please review the updated Provincial Health Order released on September 2.
Meadow Park Sports Centre access available to passholders only
Updated: January 12, 2021
Access is being prioritized to our in-demand programs and facilities for passholders only. This change is to ensure that there are enough staff hours to provide recreation programming in addition to supporting COVID-safe operations at Meadow Park Sports Centre.
Bookings for the squash and basketball courts, pool facilities, indoor public skating, fitness centre and included in-person fitness classes will be limited to passholders with a valid membership; no stand-by or drop-in access.
Access remains unchanged for stick & puck, registered and flexible registration fitness classes, as well as all online fitness classes.
There are a variety of passholder products at different prices available to anyone who wishes to purchase a pass. An online recreation account is required to purchase a pass. If you do not have a recreation account at Meadow Park Sports Centre, you can register by phone at 604-935-PLAY (7529) during business hours. Passes are non-transferrable and non-refundable.
Whistler residents who are concerned that they may not be able to afford the cost of a pass to Meadow Park Sports Centre are encouraged to apply for the PLAY credit through the Whistler Community Services Society.