How to register for Aquatics

Aquatics

If you already have a family profile set up, simply log into your account and select the programs you wish to enroll into.

For those using our online system for the first time, you will need to create an account.  Please add yourself first, and then your children. Once you have done that, you will be able to select the programs you wish to enroll in. Please note, for families registering 3 or more children in Aquatics Programs, you must register them on the same receipt in order to receive your family discount.

Payment Options

Credit Card or Direct Withdrawal (during online registration)

You will be brought to a page listing all of the programs available for you to add to your cart and then process your registration.  Your payment options for online registration are credit card or direct withdrawal from your bank account.

For direct withdrawal you will need the following information:

• Routing Number

• Bank/Institution ID # (3 digits) followed by your Transit/Branch # (5 digits)

• Account Number

Cash

If you wish to pay cash, you will need to visit us during business hours as restrictions allow. Aylmer Community Services, 20 Talbot Street East, Aylmer, 226-210-6800

IF YOU ARE READY TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE

We are here to help

If you have any questions or need support with online registration, please use the contact form or call or visit us at our Aylmer or St. Thomas office locations during business hours.

Please note this is NOT a registration form.

Please note inquiries will be reviewed within 2-3 business days.

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