The Prince George Civic Centre (PGCC) opened its
doors for business on February 12th, 1994 as Northern British Columbia's
premiere meeting and conference venue. Owned and operated by the City
of Prince George, this downtown landmark plays a significant role in the
economic and business development for the region as well as serves as
a gathering and meeting place for numerous community related events and
The PGCC hosts on average 500 events annually with over 150,000 attendees passing our doors during the course of any given year.
This ultra-modern two storey complex with 40,000 square feet of
flexible usable space can easily host any event from a large scale
convention to the smallest of meetings . The main floor of the facility
serves as readily for large sporting events as it does for conventions.
Our 18,000 square foot auditorium space features a wood sprung floor
that is marked to accommodate gymnasium sports such as basketball,
volleyball and badminton. A state of the art kitchen outfitted with our
exceptionally talented culinary team features some of the finest cuisine
in the region.
The PGCC is also committed to operating a "green"
facility by aligning our environmental initiatives with industry
standards and with the City of Prince George's strategic direction on
environmental sustainability. The PGCC is one of only seven buildings in the dowtown core that is linked to the Downtown District Energy System. The
DDES assists towards reducing particulate emissions, permitting the
City and its customers to meet greenhouse gas reduction goals, reducing
the City's reliance on non-renewable fossil fuels, assisting with energy
security and stability and helping position the City as a leader in
Through our Food and Beverage Service, we are striving to obtain "One Leaf Dining Status" with
Compass Group Canada's Sustainability Program. With our green practices
underway we are able to assist event organizers towards planning
environmental friendly and sustainable events.
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