- Town Hall
Play all year long in an indoor air-supported structure in the fall/winter and on an outdoor field in the spring/summer. Participate in soccer, football, Ultimate Frisbee, baseball, field lacrosse, school break camps and more.
Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School, 1145 Bronte Street South (southeast corner of Louis St. Laurent Avenue and Bronte Street)
A variety of indoor drop-in soccer programs are available at the Milton Indoor Turf Centre during the fall, winter and spring months, including family programs. Drop-in indoor soocer is expected to start the week of November 13 for the 2016 - 2017 season.
|Facility||Class||Dates Affected||Times Affected|
Dec 25 - 26
|Milton Indoor Turf Centre||
9:00 - 10:30 pm
Air-supported structure (fall/winter): Operated by the Town of Milton
The turf field is be available for rentals year-round by community sports groups and organizations; contact us at the number listed on the left side of this page or submit an online fillable Indoor Turf Request Form.
It is both! The Town's timing for indoor turf matched the Halton Catholic District School Board's construction schedule and their plan to install an artificial turf field. This created an opportunity for the Town and the school board to partner to deliver a facility that benefits the entire community.
The students at Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School will have use of the facility during school hours, and Milton residents will be able to use the space in the evenings and on weekends.
The facility will be available for year-round use, in different forms. In the fall and winter, the facility will be operated as an air-supported structure. During the spring and summer months, this structure will be removed and the facility will be operated as an outdoor artificial turf field.
The results of an Indoor Turf Study completed by the Town in 2012 indicated that through a partnership with the school board, the Indoor Turf Centre (including takedown and re-installation each year) would provide significant financial advantages over a permanent facility. The seasonal structure also provides community organizations with the opportunity to offer cost-effective programming in a year-round recreation facility.