Community Recreation Feasibility Plan

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In late 2019 City Council accepted the Community Facilities Assessment Report as information. Through this assessment 17 City-owned facilities, including the Bioclean Aquatic Centre and Centennial Civic Centre, were analysed based on age, condition and capital cost for rehabilitation/renovation and anticipated remaining life.

With understanding the remaining life for the Civic Centre, and the high demand for pool time at the Bioclean Aquatic Centre, the City of Lloydminster initiated the Community Recreation Feasibility Plan (CRFP).


What will this plan do?

The approved CRFP will provide direction for the short and long term development of enhanced aquatic and arena services in Lloydminster. Ideally, this plan will result in the draft concepts both a new community area and a new or enhanced community pool.


How can you get involved?

Due to COVID-19, we are unable to discuss the CRFP in person, however we are launching a survey where you can gain a better understanding how why are are doing this project, what steps it will be carried out through and share your voice on the potential location and structure of the facility and the amenities within it!

Have a questions? No problem, email us at yourvoice@lloydminster.ca.

Hearing your feedback is extremely important to us, after all, you will be the one using it one day!


In late 2019 City Council accepted the Community Facilities Assessment Report as information. Through this assessment 17 City-owned facilities, including the Bioclean Aquatic Centre and Centennial Civic Centre, were analysed based on age, condition and capital cost for rehabilitation/renovation and anticipated remaining life.

With understanding the remaining life for the Civic Centre, and the high demand for pool time at the Bioclean Aquatic Centre, the City of Lloydminster initiated the Community Recreation Feasibility Plan (CRFP).


What will this plan do?

The approved CRFP will provide direction for the short and long term development of enhanced aquatic and arena services in Lloydminster. Ideally, this plan will result in the draft concepts both a new community area and a new or enhanced community pool.


How can you get involved?

Due to COVID-19, we are unable to discuss the CRFP in person, however we are launching a survey where you can gain a better understanding how why are are doing this project, what steps it will be carried out through and share your voice on the potential location and structure of the facility and the amenities within it!

Have a questions? No problem, email us at yourvoice@lloydminster.ca.

Hearing your feedback is extremely important to us, after all, you will be the one using it one day!


Do you have any questions about the Feasibility Plan? Let us know! We will do our very best to get back to you shortly.

What are your Feasibility Plan questions?

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    My question is, why only a very small amount of possible locations are listed? Did anyone consider the families and youth that ride bikes, or walk? and how difficult it would be to connect people to a facility on the north side of highway 16. this would make it very difficult to connect any other means of transportation, besides vehicle.

    Jim asked 5 months ago

    Hello, thank you for your question. 

    To begin the site selection, we identified the current City owned lands which are vacant, would provide enough spatial area for the potential facilities and were serviceable. From there we analyzed the distance and relation to other recreation facilities, surrounding amenities and adjacencies and the transportation network.

    After the final site selection, the City will look at additional accessibility measures to ensure user safety.