Pemberton Recreation

Recreation services are administered by the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District. The Pemberton Valley Utilities & Services (PVUS) Committee advises on recreation programming, services and budgeting.  View agenda and minutes from PVUS meetings.

Learn more about the Recreation Centre Programs

Pemberton & District Community Centre

The Pemberton & District Community Centre is a joint asset of the Village of Pemberton and the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, administrated by the SLRD's Pemberton Valley Utilities and Services Committee (PVUS).  Showers (for a fee) are available at the Community Centre.

7390 Cottonwood Street
PO Box 104
Pemberton BC V0N 2L0
Phone: 604.894.2340
Fax: 604.894.2320

Services available:

Recreation Services Manager:
Angela Barth, abarth@slrd.bc.ca

Recreation Services Programmer:
Daniel Cindric, dcindric@slrd.bc.ca

Youth Centre Coordinator:
Geoff Pross, gpross@slrd.bc.ca
604.932.9883

For more information, visit www.slrd.bc.ca/pemrec or email pemrecinfo@slrd.bc.ca.

For information on the Pemberton Childrens Centre, which is an organization separate from the Community Centre, please visit their website at www.pembykids.com

Proposed Multi-Sport Recreation Facility

On June 14th the Village asked constituents to consider a referendum question related to the borrowing of $4.8 million for a Multi-Sport Recreation Facility. The referendum concluded that residents did not support proceeding with the recreation facility at that time. 

The following provides a chronology of the actions that took place leading up to the referendum:

October 2012 Pemberton Area and Mount Currie Recreation Overview
November 2012

Have Your Say Kick-off Session - Recreate Recreation

  • Community Session
  • Pemberton Secondary
  • Signal Hill Elementary
February 2013 Feasibility Study and Preliminary Business Analysis for Proposed Multi-Use Recreation Facility
April - May 2013 Recreate Recreation Questionnaire and Outreach Sessions
July 2013

Pemberton & Area Recreation Facilities Implementation Plan

  • Recreation Partnerships
  • Facility Selection
  • Capital Funding
  • Operations
  • Site Acquisition
December 2013 Proposed Recreation Field House Facility - Next Steps
January 2014 Recreation Facility Program and Feasibility Study
January 2014 Conceptual Site Plans
February 2014 Council Commitments to Referendum Date of May 31, 2014 and gives initial readings to Borrowing Bylaw for a Multi-sports Facility and playing field
May 2014

Council approves Referendum Question and referendum date of June 14, 2014 for Borrowing Bylaw for a Multi-sports Facility and playing field


Estimate Your Tax Contribution for Future Recreation Facilitites: Download the Tax Estimator (.xlsx) Here

View all documents related to the Multi-Sport Recreation Centre