|The activity category determines the fee to be applied to the rental and is based upon what the group is doing in the facility.
||An activity that fits with the Parks and Recreation Branch mandate and is not intended to generate a profit. This activity must be open to everyone.
||A not for profit activity that does not fit with the Parks and Recreation mandate and/or is intended for select members of the community.
||An activity that has the intent of generating a profit. This activity may involve the sale of goods or services or may require a registration fee prior to participation.
|Program / Meeting, Special event
|A course or activity.
||An assembly for discussion purposes.
||A gathering to participate in, celebrate or view the outcome of an activity, effort or commitment.
|Hall size categories
||0 to 50 people
||51 to 100 people
||101 to 200 people
||201 or more people
|Hall size categories
||Category A listings have comparatively more amenities than Category B halls.
||Category B listings have comparatively fewer amenities than Category A halls.
- Commercial and trade show rentals are to be negotiated with individual facility managers.
- Gymnasium rates apply for sports activity usage. Where halls are not available in a given location for meetings, and gyms are assigned for this purpose, the applicable hall rate will apply.
- Community and Recreation Associations that provide programming on behalf of the Parks and Recreation branch or who have written agreements with the Parks and Recreation branch will continue to have access to facilities at no charge or as per their existing written agreement. An appeal process is available to resolve questions of status interpretations and/or based on technical grounds. Frequently asked questions.
How do I make a payment?
You can pay your account:
- Online - You will then be asked to enter your Barcode and PIN Number
- By cheque
- In person
Why was I invoiced?
If you have received a blue invoice it is because your payment to Centralized Allocations is overdue and it has been sent to our Accounts Receivable Department for invoicing and collection.
How do I book a hall or gym?
Hall and gym rentals are booked through the facility. Please contact the facility directly for more information regarding availability and rates.
Who do I contact to book volleyball nets?
For beach volleyball net rentals, please phone 613-580-2424 ext. 16966.
Who do I contact to book National Capital Commission parks?
For more information about National Capital Commission parks, including: Vincent Massey, Major Hill, Confederation square, Hogs Back, Rockcliffe park, please contact the National Capital Commission directly at 613-239-5000.
Who do I contact for information about outdoor rinks and wading pools?
Please contact Seasonal Recreation at 613-580-2590 or email@example.com.
Who do I contact for information about Splash pads?
City of Ottawa splash pads operate daily from 9 am to 9 pm beginning mid-May until mid-September. For more information on splash pads, please contact Seasonal Recreation at 613-580-2590, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find information about Public Skating?
You can find more information online, or by contacting City Wide Sports by phone 613-580-2854 or email email@example.com.