Lost and Found Policy

Items turned into the Vollmer Recreation Complex will be categorized. The Town of LaSalle is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please be cautious of your personal belongings at all times.

Personal Belongings

  • Personal belongings that have been lost at the Vollmer Recreation Complex such as clothing, swimwear and water bottles present a biohazard risk to patrons and employees. Lost items in this category will be discarded at the end of each business day. This category includes the following items:

  • Clothing/Swimwear
  • Undergarments
  • Bottles, Tupperware, Mugs
  • Towels
  • Glasses, Headphones, Dental Appliances


Valuable items found at the Vollmer Recreation Complex will be categorized as per the lists below. Valuable items will be held for one week. After this period, these items will be turned into the LaSalle Police Service. If your items cannot be found at the Vollmer Complex and it has been at least one week since you lost them, please visit the LaSalle Police Service during their business hours to identify your items. Items in this category include the following:

  • Electronics (Phones, digital watches, devices
  • Wallets and purses
  • Cash
  • Identification

Other lost valuables will be stored at the Vollmer Recreation Complex for a period of approximately one week. These items include:

  • Jewelry
  • Vehicle/house keys
  • Bank cards will be shredded if not claimed within one week. Identification must be provided to retrieve a lost bank card. The identification must match the name on the card. The Town of LaSalle is not responsible for lost or stolen bank cards.

Hockey Equipment

  • Lost hockey equipment is stored at the Vollmer Recreation Complex for the duration of the hockey season from September through March. Equipment that presents a biohazard risk such as mouth guards, water bottles and undergarments will be immediately discarded. Items such as skates, sticks and helmets will be kept until April of each year. In April, all unclaimed items will be donated or discarded depending on condition of the item. The lost and found area is located at the back of Rink A. This area is left unlocked. The Town of LaSalle is not responsible for lost items.


  • Lost pets/animals will be reported to the Animal Control Officer. The Animal Control Officer will bring lost animals to the Lakeshore Dog Pound.

Photography Policy

The Town of LaSalle may take photos for marketing purposes. If you wish for your child not to be photographed, please indicate this at the time of registration.

Patrons taking photos of participants in Town programs is prohibited without prior consent. If you are taping or recording your child, please ask permission first. Please ensure only your child is recorded. This policy requires the respect and responsibility of everyone. Please respect the privacy of others. 

Photos of participants at public festivals and events is exempt from the photography policy.

Camera and phone use is prohibited in Town restrooms and changing rooms.

RZone Respect and Responsibility Policy

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The Town of LaSalle (hereby referenced as “the Town”) wishes to promote Respect and Responsibility (RZone) of property in Town-owned recreation facilities, parks and events that are free from mischief, vandalism and other inappropriate behaviours causing damage.

The Town supports many community-based user groups and programs which are managed by volunteers. The Town aims to provide a safe and positive environment for these groups to continue to contribute greatly to the quality of life in LaSalle. This policy shall serve as an understanding for the public and such user groups that responsibility must be taken for the behaviour of all associated with them including participants, spectators, parents, volunteers, organizational staff, family members and officials.

RZone Core Principles:

  1. Respect for yourself, respect for others and respect for the facility
  2. Responsibility for actions of inappropriate behaviour

The following behaviour in regards to facility damage is considered unacceptable, including but not limited to:

  • Vandalism or graffiti, such as marking on walls or objects or defacing Town property or private property
  • Destruction of property, purposefully damaging Town property or private property
  • Possession, consumption or impairment of illicit drugs, or of alcohol except as authorized by law or from a written exemption from the Town
  • Any contravention of other Federal, Provincial laws, Town By-laws, Town policies or other programs that constitute inappropriate behaviour
  • Refusal to follow the rules established by the Town, or failure to comply with Town employee’s orders

Further inappropriate behaviour such as violence, harassment or discrimination of other persons is considered unacceptable, including but not limited to: Inappropriate language or gestures, harassment, discrimination, fighting or physical assault.