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The City of Thompson Recreation, Parks and Culture Department welcomes you!

The City of Thompson provides recreational and culture opportunities to the citizens and visitors of Thompson through recreational programming, events and management of city owned facilities such as the Norplex pool and the Vale Regional Community Center. This department is also responsible for the care and maintenance of the Thompson Cemetery, Millennium Trail, outdoor recreational areas, sports fields and green spaces.


Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about our recreation opportunities.

Thompson Recreation, Parks & Culture Department

City of Thompson
226 Mystery Lake Road
Thompson, MB
R8N 1S6
Ph: (204)-677-7952
Fx: (204)-677-7925
Email: rec@thompson.ca
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  • Don't Throw Rocks - It's Dangerous and Against the Law

    Report Dangerous Behaviour by calling 204-677-7911 or 204-677-6909. Please click to read more.

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  • DELAYED GARBAGE PICK-UP FOR THE BURNTWOOD AREA, April 27, 2016

    Please be advised that garbage pickup for the Burntwood area will be delayed today. Please leave your garbage at the curbside until it is collected. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 204-677-7970 for any further information.

  • STREET SWEEPING STARTS MAY 2, 2016

    Please be advised that on Monday May 2, 2016, we will commence street sweeping starting with all priority one areas, followed by the residential areas. We will provide updates notifying residents which areas we are working in. Please drive with caution when travelling in these areas. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 204-677-7970 for any further information.

  • HYDRANT REPAIR - ROTARY SPLASH PARK AREA, APRIL 26, 2016

    Please be advised we are repairing a fire hydrant at the Rotary Splash Park today. This will not cause water disruption in the area. For the safety of our crews and the public, we will be closing the road in front of the Rotary Splash Park on Deerwood Drive and Caribou Road.

Last updated: 22/03/2017 3:34:17 PM