The Cheam Leisure Centre will be closed to the public from Aug. 6 to 27 for maintenance. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Summer maintenance closing the Cheam Leisure Centre in August

During a temporary closure Aug. 6-27 they’ll be draining the pools, redoing the hardwood and lighting

Summer maintenance will be closing down the Cheam Leisure Centre for a few weeks starting Aug. 6.

“The Cheam Leisure Centre will be closed to the public from August 6 to 27 for scheduled maintenance,” according to the City of Chilliwack notice.

No worries for those signed up for swimming.

“Anyone with a membership will be able to apply it to the Chilliwack Landing Leisure Centre and the Chilliwack Rotary Outdoor Pool during this time.

During the temporary closure they’ll be draining the pools for “regular surface maintenance,” refinishing the gym and squash court’s hardwood floors, and replacing the older lighting with LED lighting.

The Cheam Spray Park will be open as usual.

For more details, contact Recreation Excellence at 604-824-0231.


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