City of Toronto Seeking Arena Board Members

Toronto Water reports there are no known lead water pipes in Ward 41 on the city's side.
There are 8 indoor ice arenas operated by a board of management in Toronto. 

Do you love your local arena? Have you ever thought about joining a local board? There are eight indoor ice arenas operated by a board of management in Toronto. These City boards were established as a means of engaging the local community in the decision making for managing these facilities. The eight arenas are:

  • George Bell Arena (Ward 11)
  • Larry Grossman Forest Hill Memorial Arena (Ward 16)
  • Leaside Memorial Community Gardens Arena (Ward 26)
  • McCormick Playground Arena (Ward 18)
  • Moss Park Arena (Ward 27)
  • North Toronto Memorial Arena (Ward 16)
  • Ted Reeve Community Arena (Ward 32)
  • William H. Bolton Arena (Ward 20)

The mandate of these arenas includes providing safe, full and equitable access to the arena’s recreational facilities, allocating the use of the facility in a fair and equitable manner while balancing financial needs, and developing proposed ice allocation schedules based on the applications received and consistent with the targets and requirements set-out by the City.

Apply Now!

Being on a City board is a unique opportunity to contribute to your community, collaborate with others, and gain valuable skills and experience. If you are interested in serving on an arena board, please visit www.toronto.ca/ServeYourCity to learn more and apply online. To be considered for any of these current opportunities, your application must be submitted by 4:30 pm on Friday March 20th.

For more information visit www.toronto.ca/ServeYourCity, email appoint@toronto.ca or call 416-397-0088. Thank you for your interest in serving on a City of Toronto board!

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