Recreation and Cultural Services
The Recreation & Cultural Services Department is responsible for providing quality recreation, leisure, special events and cultural opportunities for all ages and abilities in Courtenay. The Department is comprised of both the Recreation Facilities Operations and Recreation Programming Divisions.
We liaise with the City’s cultural facilities including the Sid Williams Theatre, Comox Valley Art Gallery, Courtenay and District Museum, Comox Valley Arts Council and also with other local arts, culture and service groups. Recreation and Cultural Services also handles park bookings, park event promotion and long range planning for parks, recreation and cultural services.
Parks and Recreation Master Plan
The City of Courtenay is updating the Parks and Recreation Master Plan – the first major update for the plan in over 20 years.
This master plan will guide planning and decision-making for our community’s parks, trails, recreation facilities and programs for years to come.
Please give us your input. There are 3 Easy Ways to Give Feedback:
1, Community Workshops:
Wednesday, September 13
4:00 p.m., Florence Filberg Centre
Thursday, September 14
6:30 p.m., Florence Filberg Centre
2. Online Survey:
The survey link will be published here soon! Please check back by Monday, August 21.
3. Email us:
Courtenay Recreation offers diverse services and programs for the community. Our facilities include the Florence Filberg Centre, the Lewis Centre, the Native Sons Hall, the LINC Youth Centre and parks buildings.
We feature programs for everyone, rental bookings for events large and small, special events and a Wellness Centre at the Lewis Centre with new equipment and extended hours.
Please contact our friendly staff to find out how we can support your recreation needs.
Recreation and Cultural Services is responsible for the Simms Park Summer Concert Series
Mural Initiative Program
The Mural Initiative Program includes mural development on city buildings, utility boxes, and partnerships with local businesses, community organizations, and BC Hydro. Recreation and Cultural Services works with the Comox Valley Community Arts Council on many projects including Art on the Wall which included youth volunteers.