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Terms and Conditions


Program rates vary and are subject to change without notice.

Rates are listed before tax and taxes will be applied at time of registration.

We reserve the right to cancel or alter any classes, times, costs or locations outlined in the Parks and Recreation Guide without notice in the event of low enrolment or change of available facilities or instructor.

Full refunds will be issued for course cancellations.


Non-residents will be charged an additional fee of 10% per registered program, per person (exceptions may apply).

Non-resident fees for fitness memberships will be charged an additional 20% (max. $50) per membership, per person (exceptions may apply).

Non-resident fees for Facility Rentals vary.  Please contact 905.584.2272 x.7327 for more information.

Age Requirements

Children must be the minimum age required on the start date of the program. Age requirements are program specific and indicated throughout the Parks and Recreation Guide.

Family Discounts

For families registering three or more children in the same session, we will apply a family discount to the least expensive program for the third and any subsequent child (children must be siblings). Discounts may not be available for all programs. Please inquire at the time of registration for family rates.  Family discounts not available through on-line registration.

Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF)

A fee applies to all NSF payments. Payment for outstanding balances will be accepted by cash or credit card only.

The High Five Designation

The Parks and Recreation Department is proud to be recognized as a Registered Organization with HIGH FIVE, promoting the Principles of Healthy Child Development in our programs for children.

Our programs are designed around the 5 Principles and 3 Design Guidelines of HIGH FIVE.

HIGH FIVE is Canada's quality standard for children's sport and recreation programs.

Ward 1 Swimming Reimbursement Program

Effective 2015 Council has approved a program to reimburse residents of Ward 1 for the non-resident cost of swimming lessons in Orangeville.

Ward 1 residents may apply once a year for the difference between the Town of Orangeville's Non-Resident rate and the comparable Town of Caledon Resident Rate per program.

Residents must complete a Swim Program Reimbursement Application and submit it to the Parks and Recreation Department before December 1.

The payment will be processed by the Finance Department before the end of the calendar year.

Original receipts must be attached to the form for each program taken in Orangeville.

Download the Reimbursement Application (pdf)