Individuals who registered for a program after September 2018: An account has been set up for you in Recreation Online using the email address from your Click-it account. To activate, go to the Login page and select "Reset my password". If you forget your email address, create a new account instead.
Creating a new account: Select "Create Account" from the top, right hand corner of the home page. If the email address you enter isn't accepted, you may already have an account. Try resetting your password.
Creating your username and password: Your username is your email address and your password is created by you. A password must include three of the following: an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, a number, a punctuation mark. Try a different password if you receive an error message. If that doesn't work, phone 780-467-2211.
Adding family members/dependents: Login to your account and select "Family/Groups" followed by "Create Group" or "Add".
To register family members/dependents into a course or add new members to your Family/Group, you must be identified as the "Owner" of the Family/Group. To have the "Owner" of your Family/Group changed or to edit a family member's information, call 780-467-2211 or visit a facility in person.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 780-467-2211 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). On registration days, phone 780-416-7250.
Create or reset your Recreation Online account. Details in FAQ "How do I set up and manage my account?.
Remember your username (email address) and password (created by you).
If you need historical information from you Click-it account, like swim levels, call 780-467-2211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before registration.
Search for programs:Select Browse programs > Search all courses (enter the program code published in the Recreation Guide using the Search bar), keywords or by browsing Recreation Online.
Online registrations must be done with a credit card. If you have a credit on your account or would like to use a gift card, you must register by phone or in person.
When waiting for your payment to be processed online, please be patient. Refreshing your page or using the back arrow will interrupt the processing of your payment. If you experience technical issues on registration day, call 780-416-7250 for assistance.
How do I register my dependent into a program? Login to your account or create a new one; reset your password if you forget yours (which is now managed by you). Go to the Family/Groups tab and check to see if your dependent is listed under your Family group. If not, select either "Create Group" or "Add" and enter your dependent's information.
When registering for a program, you will be given the option of who you are booking. Select the dependent's name and continue shopping or check out.
Please note: To register family members/dependents into a course or add new members to your Family/Group, you must be identified as the "Owner" of the Family/Group. To have the "Owner" of your Family/Group changed or to edit a family member's information, call 780-467-2211 or visit a facility in person.
Will I be notified if my program is cancelled? Yes.
Will I receive a receipt? Yes, it will be sent to the email attached to the account you used to register for the program.
Where are the golf programs?Register for spring and summer golf camps and lessons using Chronogolf. Visit thebroadmoor.ca.
What's the policy for withdrawing or transferring my program enrollment? After a course starts, refunds will be given up to the beginning of the third class and will be pro-rated from the time you notify us of your withdrawal. No refunds will be given after the third class.
Questions? Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Programs: email@example.com or 780-467-2211 Technical assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-416-7250. This number is monitored on registration days only.
Under/over age limit notifications: Many programs have an age limit for safety reasons. Ensure that the person you have selected to register for the program is correct. Every individual who registers for a program must have their own account. You can add family members to your account by selecting "Family/Groups" and "Create Group".
Age range: The age range displays like this online: a course for 6 to 8 years is for children who are 6 years old up to (but NOT including) 8 years of age. So you must be under the age of 8 to register.
Error in date of birth: A warning will be issued if the incorrect Age Category was selected when setting up the account. If your child is 2, select the Child category. If your child is 12, please select the Youth category. If you are 18, please select the Adult category and if you are 65, please select the Senior category.
Shopping cart: Placing an item into your cart will reserve the spot for 20 minutes, you have 10 minutes to pay for your spot once you select "Checkout".
Automatic sign out: Your account will automatically log out after 20 minutes of inactivity. You will be prompted to login again to continue your session.
Why can't I reset my family member's password?If your family member was created under your account, then this account has assumed the account holder's contact information including password. If a family member needs their own password, a separate account should be set up for them.
Why do I need to enter my birth date? Many of our programs are age specific, therefore knowing the participant's age is required to validate the registration. Children 17 years and younger will need to provide day/month/year information; adults and seniors will be asked for birth month and year only.
Is my personal and financial information secure? All transactions that Strathcona County processes are Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP) compliant.
Is my credit card information kept on file? No, Strathcona County does not keep your information on file.
What is a CSV number? It's an extra three-digit combination on the back of your credit card which, when used, provides extra protection from fraud and theft.