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Throughout the years, the Aquatic Centre has evolved into so much more than just a community pool. In keeping with its strong athletic heritage, the Aquatic Centre has been modernized over the years to include many new recreational amenities, including:

  • A 50-metres, 6-lane pool, equipped with a moveable access ramp and lift as well as two 1-metre diving boards. The pool is heated to 27 degrees Celsius.
  • A 20 x 10 metres pool, equipped with a permanent access ramp. The pool is heated to 30 degrees Celsius.
  • A fitness room, consisting of several cardio machines, strength training machines and free weights.
  • A gymnasium with hardwood floors and a full wall mirror, where yoga, aerobics and Pilates classes are offered.
  • Men’s and women’s locker rooms with dry saunas as well as a family locker room.

The Aquatic Centre is a welcoming environment for all generations. Whether the activity is educational, recreational or competitive in nature, fun and fitness are always the top priority at the Aquatic Centre.

Opening hours of the Customer Service Department

Regular Hours

Monday to Friday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Location

The Aquatic Centre is located in the Civic Centre at 12001 De Salaberry Boulevard, corner Lake Road.

Telephone: 514-684-0070, local 602
Fax: 514-684-0617
aaddo@ddo.qc.ca

History

The Aquatic Centre was built during the first phase of the Civic Centre. It has been officially open to the public since 1977.

In 1980, the municipality of Dollard-des-Ormeaux recognized the need to create an association to manage the growing number of aquatic programs for its citizens, as well as the citizens of neighbouring cities, and thus the Dollard-des-Ormeaux Aquatic Association (AADDO) was created. The City then allowed a right of use of the facility as well as financial grants to the AADDO.

Structure

The AADDO consists of an administrative council of seven voting members. Four of these seven volunteer members are representatives of our competitive clubs. A fifth, who is independent of any group, is appointed by the City and is responsible for representing the global interests of the Association. The two other members of the council are City employees, generally represented by the Director of the Sports, Recreation and Culture Department and a member of his staff.

The Director of the Aquatic Centre is responsible for managing both the operational and administrative aspects of the pool as well as running all programs and activities at the Centre. The Director acts as coordinator of all activities and supervisor of all employees within the Aquatic Centre. The Director is also the liaison between the Aquatic Centre and the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux.

Refund and credit policy

All requests must be submitted in writing using the form supplied by the Aquatic Centre. If the request is submitted after the start date of the activity, the client will be charged for the services rendered and a penalty. This penalty corresponds to the lowest of the following amounts: $50.00 or 10% of the cost of the services not yet rendered. No cash refunds will be given. All refunds will be applied directly to credit or debit cards. Please allow a delay of up to 10 business days. The AADDO reserves the right to alter or cancel its activities and schedule without prior notice. Activities cancelled due to a force of nature (power outage, snowstorm) or circumstances beyond our control (vomit or fecal accidents) will not be refunded or postponed.

To request a cancellation:

  • Before the third class
  • Memberships: before the third week
  • Aquatic Training (Swim Patrol, Bronze Star, Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, National Lifeguard, Water Safety Instructor) First Aid Training (Standard First Aid, CPR, Babysitting) Recertifications (NLS, WSI, LSI): 48 hours prior to the start of the course
  • Competitive programs: Please refer to each club's policy

Request for refund form

For more information
Telephone: 514-684-0070 / Email: aaddo@ddo.qc.ca