The City of North Vancouver is developing plans for a new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre to replace the existing, aging centre.
“The Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre will be a welcoming, vibrant, social heart of the community. It will foster individual and collective wellness by providing opportunities to participate in a variety of organized and casual activities. A beacon of pride in the community, the center will reflect the unique identity and character of North Vancouver.”
On March 12, 2018, City Council received a report and presentation from staff and the HCMA (architects) team. The report and presentation provided an update on the site impacts of the program, confirmed the vision for the Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre (HJCRC), and provides an early look at the preliminary design of the new facility. Information regarding the preliminary design can be seen on the Magnetic North Van website and at an upcoming public information meeting.
Info Session: Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre
May 23 | 5:30pm - 8pm @ Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre Courtyard, 123 East 23rd Street
How have you and the community helped shape the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre?
Join us to learn what we heard from the recent Ideas Fair and survey, and how it influenced the emerging concept design for the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre. We'll have lots of visuals on display that show what role this exciting new facility could play in our community. See Survey Feedback
City Skate Plaza Design Workshop No. 2
May 22 | between 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm @ Centennial Theatre – Performance Studio - 2300 Lonsdale Ave
Join us for a follow-up design workshop with New Line Skateparks’ Jim Barnum, to see the emerging concept design and provide feedback for the new and interim skate plaza. To reserve your spot at the workshop, please register at www.nvrc.ca or call 604-987-PLAY (7529). Drop-ins also welcome.
Visit the City of North Vancouver's website for more information and updates.