Fees are to be paid in full at the time of registration. Postdated cheques will not be accepted. Payment can be made by VISA, American Express, MasterCard, cheque, money orders, debit or cash. Make cheques/money orders payable to the City of Edmonton.
A full refund will be issued if:
- Withdrawn prior to the start of the camp
- Program is cancelled by the City of Edmonton due to low registration
All camps include outdoor activities. Children should be prepared to participate outside in all weather and have appropriate protection and clothing, such as warm layers,
waterproof layers (rain coat), sunscreen, hat, rain boots, sunglasses, etc. Outdoor activities may be cancelled due to intense weather. Activities may not be re-scheduled. If there is severe weather, parents/guardians may be contacted to pick up their child.
Sunscreen and Insect Repellant
City of Edmonton staff will NOT provide or apply sunscreen or insect repellant. Please ensure your child understands how to use and apply both products before camp begins.
Before and After Care
- All full-day camps (9am-4pm) provide supervision 60 minutes before camp from 8-9am and 60 minutes after camp from 4-5pm.
- All half-day morning camps (9-11:30am) provide supervision 30 minutes before camp from 8:30-9am and 30 minutes after camp from 11:30am-Noon.
- All half-day afternoon camps (1:30-4pm) provide supervision 30 minutes before camp starting at 1-1:30pm and 30 minutes after camp from 4-4:30pm.
Note: Participants dropped off before or picked up after these times will be charged $10 for every 15 minutes or portion thereof.
All participants must be fully toilet trained before attending City of Edmonton neighbourhood Summer Programs, with the exception of accompanied parent programs (Preschool Family Programs), or those with inclusion need attending with an Aide.
Inclusion and Medical Forms
The Neighbourhood Summer Programs are inclusive of campers with mild to moderate disabilities. If your child has any medical or behavioural concerns, please let us know
when you register. These could include allergies, medical conditions or behaviours that may require additional supervision or support. If more supervision or support is required, you may be requested to provide an aide. Our inclusion coordinator will call you and e-mail medical forms for you to complete. It is important we receive the
forms at least one week prior to the start of camp so that staff are able to provide the appropriate support to your child. If you have not received a call from the inclusion
coordinator before camp begins, please call 780-496-2945.
What To Bring
- Backpack or bag
- Water bottle
- Sunscreen and insect repellent
- Weather-appropriate clothing
- Allergy Aware lunch and snacks (see below)
- Closed-toe shoes (no sandals or flip flops)
- Completed medical forms (if not completed during registration)
- Medication and EpiPen if needed
- Please do not allow your child to bring items that have large monetary, sentimental value, or that may be harmful to other participants.
A growing number of participants have serious food allergies. For their safety please do not send lunches or snacks containing:
- Nuts, including peanut butter
Some alternatives include:
- Vegetable sticks and dip
- Cheese and crackers
- Cold pizza
- Tortilla wraps
- Bagels, muffins and buns