Fisher Heights Community Place, at 31 Sutton Place, is a city-owned community centre that is administered day-to-day by the Fisher Heights and Area Community Association. The community centre is primarily used for community activities open to the public, either sponsored by the Community Association or run by the City.
The building’s two primary spaces — a main hall and a meeting room — can also be rented for meetings, private parties, and other activities. The building has a full kitchen and bathrooms, as well as a skate-changing room that doubles as additional play space outside of the winter skating season. For more information, see our chart of rental rates , or to book a rental, please contact Mary Beth Pion at FHACA.BuildingRental@gmail.com or leave a voicemail at (613) 226-9627.
About the building and its surroundings:
The $467,000 community centre was built in 2004/2005 by Frecon Construction Ltd. The one-storey building is wood framed and approximately 5,000 square feet.
It is located in Fisher Heights Park, which features a playground with swings and two play structures, a gazebo with a picnic table, bike racks, a half-basketball court, and a baseball diamond. During the winter, FHACA volunteers build and maintain two outdoor skating rinks in the park, and washrooms and a skate-changing room in the community centre are open to the public.