Recreation center and tennis club are reopening with new facilities in Brampton

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There are more ways to stay active with the reopening of two recreation and sports facilities in Brampton.

On Tuesday, the city cut the ribbon on the revamped Bramalea Tennis Club at Chinguacousy Park and the Century Gardens Recreation Center, which have been revitalized with upgrades and new amenities.

New additions to the Bramalea Tennis Club include an 80 square metre extension featuring a lounge, kitchenette, tennis court viewing areas and a rooftop viewing deck.

There is also a new storage room and a universal changing room with lockers, and new sanitary facilities with barrier-free facilities with shower cubicles and a private dry room.

As for the Century Gardens Recreation Center, the city says the pool locker room renovations have improved accessibility and energy efficiency with improvements such as plumbing and lighting systems to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

“The improvements at the Bramalea Tennis Club at Chinguacousy Park and the Century Gardens Recreation Center will ensure that everyone can enjoy high-quality recreational facilities and continue to lead an active and healthy lifestyle,” Mayor Patrick Brown said in a statement.

Some of the funding for the revitalization projects came through the Federal Economic Development Agency, which also helped develop Brampton’s first Certified Commercial Kitchen, which the city says will serve as a culinary center and food incubator in the heart of downtown’s Innovation District of Brampton when it opens in the United States. fall.

The upgrades are part of Brampton’s five-year Parks and Recreation Master Plan, which aims to promote physical activity and meet the needs of Brampton residents.

You can see the new upgrades by visiting the Bramalea Tennis Club at 9050 Bramalea Rd. and the Century Gardens Recreation Center at 340 Vodden St. East.

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