Recreation

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Community Sport Participation “RESTART” Grant Program

Makadiff Sports, a privately funded provincial not-for-profit organization, is pleased to announce a “Community Sport Participation RESTART Grant Program” (RESTART Program) to assist the Alberta community sport sector for purposes of rebuilding and restarting community sport participation development endeavors throughout the province – to pursue a positive, inclusive landscape that promotes opportunities for healthy, lifelong engagement with sport. 

The opportunity to apply for RESTART Program grants will open on Thursday, April 1st, 2021 and will close on 5:00pm (MST) Monday, May 31st, 2021.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL GRANT DETAILS.

Active Living Programs & Initiatives

The County of Wetaskiwin promotes active living throughout the County by connecting with nature and healthy lifestyle choices. 

Facilities

There are numerous recreational opportunities throughout the County of Wetaskiwin.


Recreation Needs Assessment Information

Needs Assessment was completed in 2014 to document the present and future needs for recreation, trails, parks and open spaces and programs in the County of Wetaskiwin.

Citizen Engagement Sessions - Sustainability of Recreation Facilities and Halls

Council held two Citizen Engagement Sessions in February 2019 to obtain input regarding the sustainability of recreation facilities and halls in the County of Wetaskiwin, subsequent to the 2014 Recreation Needs Assessment and Master Plan, and Council Strategy.

The Summary Report outlining the events and subsequent Council direction can be found here.