Register online for programs and activities at the Comox Valley Sports and Aquatic Centres from the convenience of your home.

CVRD launches online registration for recreation programs

The fall issue of the Comox Valley Recreation Guide is available, and the Comox Valley Regional District’s Sports and Aquatic Centres has launched online registration for recreation programs and activities.

This new initiative allows residents to register from the convenience of a home computer, tablet or smartphone.

Telephone and in-person registration is still available.

User-friendly features of the online registration tool include email alerts and confirmations.

Registration how-to’s, as well as troubleshooting tips, are available at www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/rec or may be picked up at the Sports Centre or Aquatic Centre front desks.

Residents may also call the customer service representatives at 250-334-9622, ext. 2 for assistance with setting up an account and becoming oriented to the new system.

“We’re excited to offer online registration for our recreation customers to allow for a more convenient way to register anytime, anywhere,” said Jennifer Zbinden, senior manager of recreation facilities.

The CVRD partnered with other local governments on Vancouver Island to make a bulk purchase of the PerfectMind software as a cost-saving initiative. The online tool will enhance customer service, increase operational efficiencies, and better market and promote programs.

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