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Seton Recreation Facility

Seton Rec Centre at Night

Opening in 2018

Situated in the heart of a vibrant urban centre in southeast Calgary, Seton recreation facility will provide a blend of leisure, sports, arts, cultural and recreational amenities for individuals and families while providing a competitive sport venue for Calgary’s amateur sport community. The approximately 330,000 square foot facility will serve as a community hub in a dynamic area surrounded by a future high school, a regional park and the southeast LRT. The facility is located at 19340 – 45 St. S.E. Proposed amenities include:

  • 50m, 10 lane competition pool
  • Diving
  • Water Park
  • Spectator viewing area
  • Leisure pool
  • Hot tubs and steam room
  • 2 multi-purpose ice rinks
  • 3 Gymnasiums with multi-purpose flooring
  • Fitness centre with cardio and strength training equipment
  • Fitness/aerobics studios
  • Running/walking track
  • Large and small rooms for use as studios, classrooms and meeting spaces
  • 25,000 sq. ft. full service library
  • Youth centre with dedicated space for youth activities and programs
  • Art making, studio and gallery space
  • 300 seat theatre (approximate)
  • Childcare/child minding
  • Food services
  • Physiotherapy/medical clinic

See the Seton facility schematic design.

YMCA Calgary (operator)

This City-owned facility is operated by YMCA Calgary as part of a shared commitment to provide quality health and recreation opportunities for Calgarians. YMCA Calgary will provide opportunities for ongoing collaboration and engagement to ensure the service model is responsive to community needs. For more information, visit YMCA Calgary.

Calgary Public Library

Seton recreation facility will include a full-service 25,000 square foot regional library branch. The library will feature a large collection of resources for reading and learning, spaces for connection, collaboration and discovery, space for teens, early learning zones, program and meeting space and interactive technologies. To learn more, visit the Calgary Public Library. *Approximate and subject to change.

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