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Wind Storm Recovery and Clean Up

Posted August 31, 10:15 AM

The City of Burnaby appreciates your patience as crews work to restore services as quickly and safely as possible due to the August 29 wind storm event. Please visit www.burnaby.ca/windstorm for updates and information on:

  • Power Outages
  • Fallen Trees
  • Traffic Lights Out
  • Branches and Storm Debris Clean Up —  How residents can assist the City with clean up.

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Adapted Equipment

Adapted Equipment

Burnaby’s commitment to accessibility is reflected in the broad range of special equipment that has been installed in recreation centres and swimming pools across the city. This equipment is designed specifically for easy access and allows people with disabilities to exercise and be creative with varying degrees of independence.

 

Bill Copeland Sports Centre, Burnaby Lake Arena & Kensington Arena  
  • ice sledges for people with disabilities

 

Bonsor Recreation Complex  
  • houses the handcycle, which is available for people with physical disabilities
Central Park Outdoor Pool  
  • pool lift
  • aquatic wheelchair
  • accessible change room 
  • shower facilities people with physical disabilities
CG Brown  
  • aquatic pool lift
  • aquatic wheelchair
Edmonds Community Centre  
  • adapted weight room equipment
  • two accessible change rooms including shower facilities
  • adjustable change tables and an overhead lift system
  • Hot tub and leisure pool are zero entry with the hot tub having a handrail
  • Main pool has a water elevator and portable lift
Eileen Dailly Pool  
  • accessible change room that includes shower facilities
  • adjustable change table and an overhead lift system
Shadbolt Centre for the Arts  
  • one wheelchair accessible pottery wheel available for use in some classes. Please call Sharon Reay at 604-205-3012 if you would like to use this accessible wheel.
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