Community Associations are volunteer organizations, which deliver recreation programs and events in neighbourhoods throughout Prince George. Members work hard to provide low-cost, close-to-home, recreation programs in locations such as school gymnasiums and sport fields during after school hours (usually between 6:00pm and 10:00pm).
There are seven Community Associations in Prince George. They include: Beaverly, Blackburn, College Heights, Crescents, Hart, South Bowl, and West Bowl. All Community Association programs are open to all residents of Prince George, no matter where you live.
A Medical and Waiver Form should be completed and given to the leader on the first day of the program.
In 2016, the City completed a comprehensive Community Association Strategy.
How do I register for a Community Association program?
For all Community Association programs (except College Heights) registration can be made on-line with the City of Prince George, or in person at City Hall, or by calling the Service Centre. Beaverly, Blackburn and West Bowl also offer in-person registration. Check their websites for more information.
College Heights Registration
College Heights Community Association program registration must be done in person at their registration Nights. Check dates for Registration Nights on their website
or phone the association at 250-964-2662.
How can I get involved with a Community Association?
Community Associations are always looking for new volunteers. Here are just a few ways that you can get involved:
- Come up with a new program idea and contact a Community Association to see if you can make it happen.
- Become a board member and help guide the Community Association.
- Help out with flooding or snow clearing at a Community Association ice rink.
- Contact a Community Association today to find out more!
Community Ice Rinks
Community Association volunteers flood and maintain approximately 18 community ice rinks
Parent and Teen volunteer leadership program
Parents and their teen-aged children can lead a Community Association program and gain new skills. Teens will gain skills in the following areas:
- Parent and Teen bonding
- Individual growth and development
- Fun and rewarding experience
Call Community Services at 250-561-7647 for further information.
Community Association Web Pages