What is the RZone?
The RZone is a no tolerance operating procedure that applies to all City of Niagara Falls Parks, Recreation and Culture programs, facilities, and properties. The RZone procedure enforces no tolerance of violence, vandalism and inappropriate behaviour for participants and the public. View the Niagara Falls RZone Policy.
What does RZone mean?
The "R" in the RZone logo stands for "respect and responsibility" - respect for yourself; respect for others; and responsibility for all your actions. The logo serves as a reminder to staff and public that the operating procedure is in effect and applies to everyone - coaches, parents, players, performers, audiences and visitors.
The goal of the RZone policy is to improve the safety and leisure environment in all City of Niagara Falls facilities, parks and programs. Creating an environment of safety in which violence and harassment are not tolerated will increase participation in recreational, cultural and sport activities. Everyone can promote respect and responsibility by having community organizations, residents, visitors and City staff working together to improve the safety, appearance and environment of our community.
Frequently Asked Questions
The RZone has a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help answer the common topics.
Reporting an incident
To view and complete an incident form please complete the RZone Incident Form.
City of Niagara Falls
Recreation & Culture
905-356-7521 ext 3340/3348