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50,000 have signed up for the Park Board's OneCard

September 15 2013

Park Board OneCard

Over 50,000 local residents have now signed up for the Park Board’s single pass OneCard since it was launched on July 8. People of all ages are getting active and enjoying universal access to recreation in Vancouver with the new system-wide pass.

“The OneCard passport to recreation is giving people the benefit of access to the entire Park Board network, including even more fitness centres,” said Chair Sarah Blyth. “It’s great that Vancouverites see the value in and continue to sign up for this joint initiative between Park Board and participating Community Centre Associations.”

The OneCard has been popular in neighborhoods across Vancouver. The 2010 Olympic Winter Games legacy facility, Hillcrest Centre, continues to be the busiest destination with over 10,000 new pass registrations.
The locations where the most people have signed up for the OneCard are:

  • Hillcrest: 10,570
  • Vancouver Aquatic Centre and outdoor pools: 6,733
  • Killarney: 4,359
  • Renfrew: 3,464
  • Trout Lake: 2,687
  • Kitsilano: 2,588

The customizable OneCard is free, can be loaded with a 10-visit pass or Flexipass options, and includes a built-in 50 per-cent Leisure Access Program subsidy for qualified Vancouverites with financial barriers. 
If you sign up for the OneCard before September 30, you will receive three free drop-in visits to try out Park Board pools, rinks, and fitness centres across Vancouver.
The OneCard is available at all Park Board facilities throughout the city. The OneCard passport to recreation is now accepted at all Park Board rinks, pools and fitness centres, and at 18 participating community centres.

OneCard is here!

Get your OneCard today!


Use a system-wide card that gives you access to Park Board pools, rinks, fitness centres, and more.