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Borrow Sports and Play Equipment Safely in Burlington to Keep Your Summer Moving


*Please see below a media release issued by the City of Burlington.

Burlington, Ont. — July 15, 2020 – The next time your kid says they’re bored, visit to view and book a wide variety of sports and play equipment that are free to borrow from Brant Hills Community Centre. Equipment is borrowed for a one-week period from Tuesday to Monday.

Equipment booking can only be done online at with pick-up and drop-off at the east entrance of the Brant Hills Community Centre.

“Anyone wanting to try a new sport or activity should check out some of the equipment we have for free lending. You or your kids might find a new favourite activity they really like and want to pursue further. It can also be that it’s just something different to break up the monotony that can fall upon the dog-days of summer. Now that we have casual use of our parks, it’s another great opportunity to get out and play outside.” — Denise Beard, Manager of Community Development, City of Burlington

Some of the equipment available to borrow includes hockey sticks, croquet set, cornhole, bocce, tennis rackets, ladder toss and much more. The full list is available on

All equipment and bags will be thoroughly sanitized between uses to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

For more information on the Play Equipment Lending program and what is offered, visit or email

Burlington is ranked as Canada’s best community and best place to raise a family. It is a City where people, nature and businesses thrive. As residents continue to rediscover many of their favourite spaces and activities in the city, City services may look different as we work to stop the spread of COVID-19. The City’s commitment to providing the community with essential services remains a priority. Sign up to learn more about Burlington at and download the free City of Burlington app.


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A Burlington COVID-19 Task Force has been created to help support our community through this unprecedented emergency — updates will be provided at

To report an incident of non-compliance with provincial emergency orders, please contact the Halton Regional Police Service COVID-19 Hotline: 905-825-4722.

We’ve also created a dedicated page to feature the local organizations and businesses that have inspired us during the COVID-19 pandemic by taking action to support our community in new and creative ways — head to


*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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