The Department of Recreation and Community Facilities is staffed by professionals who work with the community to create and plan recreational opportunities for residents. Year-round they plan activities and classes for people of all ages and interests, offer grants and subsidies, provide training for volunteers and offer administrative support for community groups.
Program Waiver (not for swimming lesson use).
Region of Queens Municipality encourages residents to recognize and celebrate the volunteer contributions of their friends, neighbors, and fellow citizens by nominating them through "The Ripple Effect", a volunteer recognition initiative.
The Physical Activity Strategy has been developed to guide the Region’s efforts to encourage active and healthy living. It represents about 9 months of work and has been informed by the work of our Steering Committee consisting of seven residents, public input at several public and stakeholder meetings, and with input and financial support from the provincial Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage. The strategy specifies goals and objectives to be accomplished from 2020 – 2025. For a copy of the Physical Activity Strategy click here .
Director of Recreation and Healthy Communities
Physical Activity Coordinator
Administrative Assistant - Recreation & Healthy Communities
249 White Point Road, PO Box 1264, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, B0T 1K0 fax: 902-354-7473