Joint Use Agreements
The City has partnered with Black Gold School Division to provide convenient venues for residents to come together to volunteer, learn skills, be physically active and build a strong and healthy community.
Community Use of School Facilities
If your organization is looking for flexible meeting or recreational spaces, there are several school locations available to book on evenings and weekends throughout the school year.
Amenities are spread throughout the community and include classrooms, gymnasiums, meeting spaces, sports fields and ball diamonds that are ideal for small and medium gatherings, as well as a variety of recreational activities. Rates are reasonable and parking is free.
Community Use of City Facilities
Organizations can book sport, recreation, arts and culture facilities and amenities that are owned and operated by the City to provide their programs and services to the community. Bookings must be made in advance.
This includes City arenas, fieldhouses, program and meeting rooms, ball diamonds, multi-use fields, the Alexandra Outdoor Pool and the aquatics centre at the Leduc Recreation Centre. Note: The indoor pool is not available for private rentals.
This Joint Use Agreement does not extend to community user groups’ use of City indoor and outdoor facilities. Regular booking processes and rates will apply for all community rentals and admissions.
School Use of City Facilities
Only schools within Leduc’s boundaries, including Covenant Christian, are eligible to book a City facility at no charge under this agreement:
- Black Gold Outreach School
- Caledonia Park School
- Corinthia Park School
- Covenant Christian School
- East Elementary School
- Leduc Composite High School
- Leduc Estates School
- Leduc Junior High School
- Linsford Park School
- West Haven Public School
- Willow Park School
- Christ the King School
- Father Leduc School
- Notre Dame School
- St. Benedict School
- STAR Outreach School
To streamline the process, eligible schools need to identify primary contacts to work with the City on all class booking requests from the school during that school year. Groups wishing to book a City facility should contact their school’s primary contact with their booking request details.
The school group must be organized by the school/division, have school staff participating in or supervising the activity and be covered by the school division’s liability insurance. Those organizing and attending City facilities with school groups need to be familiar with and ensure the group meets the amenity’s age, supervision, orientation and equipment requirements prior to arriving at the facility.
Black Gold School Division schools in Beaumont, Devon, Calmar, New Sarepta, Thorsby and Warburg are not eligible for free access to City facilities. STAR Catholic Division schools in Drayton Valley, Wetaskiwin, Lacombe, Ponoka and Beaumont are not eligible for free access to City facilities.
Ineligible schools should see Community Use of School Facilities for information on facility bookings, rates and contacts.