Sports and Fitness
The City is implementing the Restoring Richmond Plan, a carefully planned step-by-step approach to reopening services, amenities and facilities impacted by COVID-19. See Affected City Services & Facilities for current service and amenity information.
West Richmond Community Centre
9180 No. 1 Road
Richmond, BC V7E 6L5
Fitness Coordinator: Murray Phillips
- Fitness Centre
- Drop-in Schedules
- Fitness Centre Hours
- Fitness Fees
- Orientations and other services
- Fitness Centre Orientation
- Personal Training
- Screening Forms
The cardio equipment includes four types of elliptical trainers, recumbent, upright and spin bikes, treadmills and rowing machines. Strength equipment includes free weight, Apex and Hoist fitness stations and a variety of core strengthening equipment.
Fitness Centres at Minoru Centre for Active Living, South Arm Community Centre and Thompson Community Centre have re-opened as of August 17, 2020. For details and registration information, please see link to fitness centres section: www.richmond.ca/register.
Drop-in to basketball, badminton, open gym or soccer at West Richmond Community Centre.
Fall, Winter and Spring:
Public Holiday Hours
There's no excuse to miss your workout!
All community centres are open regular weekend hours plus select community centres are now open on public holidays! This is a great chance to come in for a workout with friends and family. Use your Total Fitness Pass at select centres on public holidays for no extra fee.
West Richmond Community Centre offers a number of options for accessing fitness programs, including paying a drop-in fee or purchasing a visit card or fitness centre pass, as well as offering programs for registration.
|Age||Drop-in Fee||Punch Cards|
|Adult||$6.05||$48.00 for 10 visits|
|Youth (13-18 years)||$4.20||$34.00 for 10 visits|
|Senior (55+ years)||$4.20||$34.00 for 10 visits|
Orientations and Other Services
Fitness Centre Orientation
A free orientation is included with all pass purchases. Call the centre at
604-238-8411 to book an appointment with a qualified staff member.
Youth in the Fitness Centre
Youth 13-17 year olds are encouraged and welcome to use City of Richmond recreation fitness facilities with the following requirements:
- submission of a completed and signed Youth Parental Consent form
and PAR-Q Form.
- completion of a Youth Orientation session*
*Those 13 to 15 years old are required to take this session regardless of previous weight training experience. A session is not required for those 16 to 17 years old with previous weight training experience if noted on the signed Parental Consent Form. However, a meeting with a Fitness Attendant to read and sign a Fitness Centre Etiquette Form is mandatory. Sessions are free and are available Monday through Friday, 2:30 to 4:00pm.
Note: Parental Consent Forms and Youth Orientations only need to be completed once and are transferable to all City of Richmond recreation fitness centres.
With the purchase of a $7.00 Games Room pass, youth can use the Fitness Centre 2:30 to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.
Both male and female personal trainers are available to help meet individual fitness goals. In addition, one-on-one Pilates, Yoga, Osteofit and other special areas of interest are available. Call Murray at 604-238-8411 for further details.
|Personal Training Fees|
|# of Sessions||Cost (not including GST)|
|Call 604-238-8400 for Group Training fees.|
PAR-Q+ (The Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire for Everyone)
When you take part in any fitness activity at a City facility you will be asked to either complete a PAR-Q+, read the large poster version of the form, or to confirm you have completed the online version of the questionnaire, or complete and print the form here PAR-Q Form. This form is designed to identify people for whom a change in physical activity may pose a risk.
Seniors' Fitness Circuit
The first senior's fitness circuit in Richmond! This convenient, free, outdoor fitness circuit is designed to provide a workout to improve flexibility, balance, strength and endurance. The circuit includes 14 exercise stations, and while it has been designed for seniors in the community, all ages are able to enjoy the equipment while benefiting from using it. Each piece of equipment is simple to operate and includes an instruction sign so that maximum benefits can be reached.
Seniors' Fitness Circuit Orientation
Call 604-238-8400 for more information.
For information on these and other fitness programs at West Richmond Community Centre, call 604-238-8400 or the Registration Call Centre at 604-276-4300. For a complete program listing see the Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide.