Mill Courtland Community Centre offers affordable fitness classes, music lessons and other programs for the whole family.

On this page:

  1. COVID-19 updates
  2. Proof of vaccination
  3. Contact information
  4. Hours
  5. Parking and transit
  6. Register for a program
  7. Leisure access
  8. Neighbourhood groups
  9. Gym
  10. Washrooms
  11. Family outreach
  12. Amenities
  13. Computers and Wi-Fi

COVID-19 updates

All City of Kitchener community centres are open for registered programs.

Some community centres are open for these services:

  • youth and seniors programming
  • public access computers
  • emergency social services such as food distribution and addiction support
  • neighbourhood association programming
  • free space for community use (gymnasium and centre meeting rooms) 

Contact your neighbourhood community centre for more details.

Visit our COVID-19 updates page to learn what's open and closed as well as how city services are affected.

Proof of vaccination

Individuals entering a City of Kitchener recreation facility or community centre must show proof of vaccination via a paper or electronic copy of their vaccine record as well as identification. Some exceptions apply. Learn more.  

You can print or download your vaccination receipt from the provincial booking portal.

Contact information

Address: 216 Mill Street

Phone number: 519-741-2491

Email Mill Courtland Community Centre


Monday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tuesday and Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Thursday: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: closed

Parking and transit

Free parking is available off Mill Street.

Grand River Transit (GRT) route 2 and route 3 stop on Stirling Avenue South near Mill Courtland Community Centre. Plan your route with GRT’s trip planner.

GRT no longer offers paper bus tickets. Fare payment information is available on their website.

Register for a program

We offer programs for kids, teens and adults of every age, including the popular programs listed below. To register for a program, call the centre at 519-741-2491.

Check ActiveNet or your copy of Active Kitchener to find the right program for you.

Programs for kids and teens

  • basketball skills and drills
  • music lessons
  • clubs and groups

Programs for adults

  • pilates
  • yoga
  • fitness classes

Ongoing groups

  • walking group
  • book club
  • support groups

Leisure access

Visit our leisure access page to apply for lower registration fees for city-run programs. This does not include programs run by neighbourhood associations or our partners. Check with community centre staff for fee assistance options.

Neighbourhood groups

These groups cover the area around Mill Courtland Community Centre:

  • Mill-Courtland Neighbourhood Association
  • Highland-Stirling Community Group
  • Cedar Hill Community Group

Learn about all three groups using these links:

Neighbourhood groups offers programs at Mill Courtland Community Centre, check your copy of Active Kitchener for details.


Mill Courtland Community Centre does not have open gym time or workout equipment. Join one of our fitness programs like basketball, Zumba, pilates and more. Call 519-741-2491 to register for a program.


These washrooms are available at Mill Courtland Community Centre

  • gender-neutral washroom in the hallway across from the gym
  • men’s and women’s washrooms in the back hallway

The gender-neutral washroom across from the gym is accessible.

Due to COVID-19, the washrooms are only open to those who are registered for a program.

Family outreach

The House of Friendship offers family outreach services at Mill Courtland Community Centre. Call Samantha at 519-498-7560 to learn more.


These amenities are available at Mill Courtland Community Centre:

Computers and Wi-Fi

Public access computers are not available at this time. Subscribe to this page to get an email when we post an update.

Use your own phone, tablet or computer with our free Wi-Fi. Choose the “Kitchener Public WiFi” network and follow the instructions that show up.