After City Hall, Public Works, the Library, the community centres, and other municipal buildings, it is now time for the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex (DASC) to open its doors to the public on September 1.
The DASC (1295 Dawson Avenue), which is home to, among other things, two pools, a double-size gymnasium, and a multipurpose room, is the last municipal building to open its facilities. As of September 1, the reception desk will be open according to the following schedule:
- Monday to Friday, from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
As for the fitness centre (Gym Dorval) inside the DASC, it will open its doors as soon as a reopening plan, as required by the Direction régionale de la santé publique, is submitted and approved by the City of Dorval.
Services Subject to Quotas
Due to the particular context related to COVID-19, it is important to note that activities and services offered at the DASC may be limited in order to respect the sanitary measures implemented by the municipality. A maximum number of participants and restricted access to certain areas will be in effect once the building opens.
Exceptionally, some activities may be offered to Dorval residents only.
For more information on the City’s fall programming, whether at the DASC or elsewhere, consult www.city.dorval.qc.ca.
Face Mask Mandatory
As in all other municipal buildings, wearing a mask will be mandatory for visitors age 12 and over who wish to enter and circulate inside the DASC. For children ages 2 to 11, the mask is strongly recommended. No masks will be distributed by the municipality at entrances.
Participants must, therefore, wear a face mask while heading to their class or activity and will be allowed to remove it only once the class or activity begins.