Important Information Before You Visit

Before you book your visit to the Niagara Safety Village, please note the following:

 While we do our best to keep our rates as low as possible, there is a fee to visit the Niagara Safety Village

The cost of visiting the Niagara Safety Village is dependent on how many programs each student will be attending:
$6.00 per student for TWO programs
$8.00 per student for THREE programs
 
Booking Schedule

Our schedule is filling up fast! Book early to avoid disappointment.
Because some elements of our programming are weather dependent, the Niagara Safety Village requests that Primary classes (ELKP-Gr. 4) be scheduled from September – November and April – June.
Due to the high volume of Primary bookings, we ask Junior classes (Gr. 5-Gr. 8) to be scheduled between November and April.

When contacting the Niagara Safety Village to book your visit, please provide the number of students expected to attend, their grade level, which programs you wish to attend, and any special requests.

Transportation

Upon confirming your visit to the Niagara Safety Village, administrative staff will also book bus transportation for you via local bus companies to ensure you receive the lowest rate according to your location. Please note:  the cost of transportation is the sole responsibility of the school. You will receive an invoice from the bus company which must be paid by the school. The Niagara Safety Village is not responsible for transportation costs.
Niagara Students Only: Transportation costs will be covered by Niagara Student Transportation Services for Grade Two students ONLY. This applies to Niagara students ONLY.

Helmets
 
 Please note that students attending the GRADE 3 & GRADE 4 Police program will learn bicycle safety. In accordance with the Ontario HTA, all students must bring a proper BICYCLE helmet (no hockey/skateboard, etc) in good condition, no more than 5 years old.  
 
Nutrition Breaks

Please note that food and beverages are not available for purchase at the Niagara Safety Village, however students are welcome to bring snacks and/or lunch for the day.
WE ARE A NUT FREE FACILITY.

Backpacks

Teachers should advise students to only bring their lunch bags and any necessary medications, as there are limited hooks for backpacks.

Attire

Portions of programming will take place outside. Please ensure you and your students are dressed according to the weather conditions. Students will be active throughout the day and proper footwear must be worn – no flip flops allowed. Please provide indoor shoes for rainy or snowy days.

Chaperone Involvement

The Niagara Safety Village encourages parents and guardians who wish to accompany their children to the Niagara Safety Village to contact their child's teacher. Chaperones who attend the Niagara Safety Village with students are asked to take an active role in our programs through supervision and attentiveness, particularly while students are engaged in practical activities such as bicycle and pedestrian safety, as well as lunch & snack times.While parents and guardians are welcome to attend, siblings and other children are not permitted. 
As a courtesy to both students and instructors, we ask that all cell phones be turned off/silenced prior to entering our facility. We remind everyone that the Niagara Safety Village is a NON-SMOKING FACILITY and there is no smoking on the property. We are also a locked facility while programs are in session, so please bring what you need with you for the entirety of your visit.

Student Conduct

A visit to the Niagara Safety Village is expected to be a fun and educational experience. Students are required to follow the same rules of conduct as at school.


Questions, Comments & Feedback

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your visit or our programming, or if you wish to deliver feedback please contact the Executive Assistant at (905) 714-4446 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .