Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre
The Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre (3130 Woodhams Drive) welcomes over 200,000 visitors annually. The Centre’s amenities include an indoor pool, large tot pool, whirlpool, dry sauna, activity room, strength and conditioning area, accessibility family changeroom, all-gender family changeroom with accessible washrooms, parking stalls and entrance. The facility is also home to the Regina Public Library's Sunrise branch, spray pad and an accessible playground.
North West Leisure Centre
The North West Leisure Centre (1127 Arnason Street) hosts nearly 200,000 visitors annually. This facility features a leisure pool ranging in depth from 0.2 to 1.5 metres, a hot tub, strength and condition area, dry sauna, multi-purpose hall and meeting rooms, pool slide, aquatic ramp and wheelchair for entry into pool, accessible all-gender/family change room with plinth, accessible washrooms, parking stalls and entrances on the west and south sides of the building. The facility is also home to the Doug Wickenheiser Ice Rink.
Sportplex - Fieldhouse & Lawson Aquatic Centre
The Sportplex (1717 Elphinstone Street) across from Mosaic Stadium welcomes nearly 400,000 visitors through its doors each year and includes the Fieldhouse, Lawson Aquatic Centre and Tracks Cafe. The Fieldhouse features a 200m oval track with six lanes, indoor tennis courts, badminton courts, basketball court and cycling area. Additional amenities include a strength and conditioning area with accessible weightlifting machines, two classrooms and accessible washrooms, showers, parking stalls and entrances. Amenities inside the Lawson Aquatic Centre feature an eight- lane, 65-metre pool, one- and three-metre diving boards, a dive tower, swirlpool, warm toddler pool, strength and conditioning area and dry sauna. In addition, the Sportplex also features a portable chair lift for pool access, accessible family change room with plinth and accessible parking and entrances on both the east and west sides of the building.
Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre
The Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre (2420 Elphinstone Street) provides workshop/studio and exhibition facilities and offers a full range of fine arts and crafts programs and activities, averaging 60,000 visitors of all ages annually. The Centre boasts an open studio space, specialized studios, meeting room, boardroom, craft room, courtyard, accessible washrooms, parking and entrances. The Art Gallery of Regina is also located here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What facilities are eligible?
All City-owned facilities are considered eligible for naming rights, however, that does not mean that all, or any, will be entered into a naming rights agreement.
What will happen to the existing names?
Existing names such as the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre, Neil Balkwill Centre will remain intact. If interest in an already named facility arises, the opportunity to discuss would be whether the sponsor name may be added to the existing name.