AURORA, ON – Effective September 22, 2021, all visitors 12 years of age and older will be required to be fully vaccinated in order to access Town facilities, unless an exemption applies.

In accordance with Provincial legislation, anyone wishing to enter the Town of Aurora’s Recreation facilities will be required to show proof of identification and full COVID-19 vaccination status. All staff are also required to be fully vaccinated under the Town’s mandatory vaccination policy.
“Ensuring that both staff and patrons are fully vaccinated will help keep our community safe and increase vaccination rates as we continue to confront this next wave of the pandemic,” says Aurora Mayor Tom Mrakas.

All patrons to the Town’s recreation facilities will be required to provide proof of identification (name and date of birth on one document) and proof of being fully vaccinated (two doses plus 14 days) against COVID-19.


  • Exemptions will be permitted for unvaccinated individuals with medical exemptions
  • Youth under the age of 18 who are actively participating in an organized sport, training, practices, games and competitions including sports leagues, organized pick-up sports, dance classes, swimming, skating
  • Anyone ages 0 to 11 who are participating or spectating in any activity

All other individuals should be prepared to present their documentation upon arrival. This includes parents/guardians who are accompanying a child to a program, or those who are spectating. Entrance will be denied if the required documentation is not shown.
All health and safety requirements will continue to apply at our facilities including screening, masks, and physical distancing.

Vaccine receipts can be downloaded from the Provincial Booking portal or by calling the Provincial Booking Line. The Province of Ontario will introduce an enhanced digital vaccine receipt that features a QR code, which will come into effect on October 22.

For more information on the vaccine receipts visit or call the Provincial Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900.