The municipality owns and maintains a soccer field and tennis court in the Emerald Park Subdivision as well as an extensive network of walking paths connecting the various neighbourhoods and play park areas. Four play parks for children are located in Woods Park, Palmer Park, Fairway Park and adjacent to the soccer field. A 10 station fitness circuit is also located adjacent to the soccer field.
A Recreation Facilities Permit must be issued by the Administration Office for all organized use of the facilities as follows.
The soccer field shall be scheduled for a maximum of 17 hours of use per week, and teams and organizations shall provide a roster of players including civic addresses. Local teams (teams where at least 75% of the player roster are residents of the R.M., White City, Balgonie, Pilot Butte or Edenwold) will not be charged a user fee. All other teams or organizations will be charged a fee of $25.00 per hour, or portion thereof.
The tennis court will be booked on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be no charge for individual use; and scheduled bookings for groups, organizations or lessons shall be charged $10.00 per hour.
- White Butte Trails - Gregg Brewster 949-8210
- Aspen Links Golf & Country Club
- Green Acres Golf Course
West of Balgonie
- Westfalia Golf Course
North of Pilot Butte
- Murray Golf Course
East of Regina
Rinks - Skating, Curling
- Pilot Butte Rink
- Town of Balgonie
- Town of White City
To anyone using the skate park, it is highly recommended that you use proper safety equipment. This includes helmets, gloves, kneepads, wrist guards, and proper shoes. Also, please use care in order to prevent injuries to yourself and/or others. The skate park has been designed for people of all skill levels, so please be courteous to other people using the facility.
Do not proceed down ramps until they are clear of other users. Watch out for weather conditions such as snow, ice, or rain that can affect the ramps and riding surfaces and make them dangerous. Refrain from smoking, using profanity, or fighting. It is encouraged that parents, especially of younger children, stay to supervise whenever possible.
Please respect the park. Keep the equipment in good condition and report any damage to the Town of White City (781-2355), especially if it jeopardizes the safety of park users. As well, throw away all trash to help keep your skate park clean.
It is important to note that personal property is the responsibility of the individual skater or spectator.