Sunset Community Centre

The new Sunset Community Centre opened its doors to the public on Monday, December 17, 2007. The 30,000 sq ft stylish structure was designed by Bing Thom Architects and was built by Haebler Construction Ltd. at a cost of just over $12 million. Funding for the project came from the Government of Canada, the Province of British Columbia, the City of Vancouver, the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation and the Sunset Community Association.

The striking new facility, 20% larger than the old centre, boasts a uniquely curved roofline resembling a five-petaled flower when viewed from the air. Major programmable space includes a full-sized gymnasium featuring a hardwood floor and ceiling, two multipurpose rooms, a fitness centre, aerobics/dance room, arts and crafts room, youth room and two preschools. As well a new passive park space to the south of the building has been created.

Douglas Park Community Centre

This recreation facility has a long history, one entwined with that of beautiful Douglas Park. The building site was once the location for a popular park pavilion which stood from 1928 until the Douglas Park Community Hall was constructed in 1966 and has evolved over the decades into one of Vancouver’s most popular neighbourhood recreational facilities. Located near the centre of Douglas Park’s tree-lined 13 acres, the community centre offers a wide range of programs for all ages but with a strong focus on preschool and school age activities. New programming for youth has resulted in a featured skateboard activity along with expanded offerings for seniors and people with disabilities. A half gymnasium, popular exercise room and numerous activity rooms round out this facility’s jam-packed recreational agenda.

Kerrisdale Community Centre

Kerrisdale Community Centre is operated jointly by the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society and the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation.

Welcome to the Kerrisdale Community Centre. Our past renovations have provided many new and beautiful spaces in which to hold your next meeting or celebration.

Lind Hall at False Creek Community Centre

Opened in 1980, the construction of False Creek Community Centre was one of several public facilities planned by the City of Vancouver who developed this former industrial area located on the the southern shore of False Creek. Its prime location on bustling Granville Island coupled with its access to the waterfront provide additional and unique programming opportunities. Presently in the midst of receiving an expansion and other improvements, the centre primarily serves a population of “baby boomers” (those born between 1947 and 1965) but offers a roster of programs and events for all ages. Specialty programs and services include canoeing, kayaking, tennis, performing arts, after school daycare and a well-equipped fitness centre. False Creek’s proximity to Vancouver’s seaside bicycle route makes an excellent starting point for cycling excursions; either west to Spanish Bank or east toward Stanley Park and Coal Harbour.

Poirier Community Centre

A place to hang out with your friends after school and on the weekend, located at the Poirier Community Centre. Challenge the Youth Staff to a game of pool or ping pong, use the computer for school work or games, take in a movie or just chill and listen to some music. There are different events every weekend and it is fully supervised – and free! Bring your friends and make new ones. This is the place for you. We are located in the Poirier Community Centre (630 Poirier St.)

Fleetwood Community Centre

The Fleetwood Community Association was formed in 1923 to deal with community business and provide recreation for its members. Fleetwood Community Hall was built in the 1930’s to meet this mandate and quickly became the focal point of activity for the community as well as a place where the Association conducted its business. In 1995, we moved to our current office in the Fleetwood Community Center at 84th Avenue & 160th Street.

Roundhouse Community Centre

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Please contact us to celebrate your next memorable event at the Roundhouse Community Centre.

As a public facility, jointly operated by the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation and the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Society, the Roundhouse Community Centre is Vancouver’s oldest heritage building located on its original site.

After Expo 86 closed, all of the temporary buildings used during the fair were dismantled and removed leaving the Roundhouse sitting alone on Pacific Boulevard at the foot of Davie Street. Except as a backdrop for the occasional film being shot on location, the Roundhouse sat empty waiting for the next phase of its use as a key building in Vancouver’s history. When Concord Pacific proposed the overall development plan for the new community on the 204 acres of False Creek north waterfront, the historic Roundhouse was designated as a public amenity and plans for a new community centre began — but only after attempts to turn the Roundhouse into a collection of boutique shops were defeated by concerted citizens’ action. Zoning that would ensure its rejuvenation into a public facility was enacted in 1993.


Coal Harbour Community Centre

Coal Harbour Community Centre is one of the most exceptional community centres in downtown Vancouver.

Just steps from the Coal Harbour seawall, this beautiful centre has outstanding views of Coal Harbour and the North Shore mountains. Come on in and see for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.

As with our other community centres, Coal Harbour Community Centre has rooms to rent from the Multi-purpose Room, suitable for weddings and parties, to the Activity Room, great for meetings, to our full-size Gymnasium.

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West End Community Centre

The West End Community Center is a 50,000 +plus square foot facility that houses 7 rooms for rent, a Pre-School, an Out-of-School Children’s Care Centre, a Full Gym, Auditorium, Library, a Pottery Studio and the West End’s only Skating Rink/Arena.

There are rooms available to rent that range from the cozy Stanley Court Room to our large Auditorium.