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Park City Municipal COVID-19 Updates: parkcity.org/covid-19

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June 2020

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Programs - Stabilization Phase

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We Are Open!

  • The Ice Arena has reopened with limited ice activities and protocols to ensure the safety of staff and patrons.
  • Face coverings are no longer for patrons. Staff must wear a face covering if within 6 feet of a patron.
  • Beginning Tuesday, June 2 for Limited Stick & Puck: Due to frequent no shows, payment is now required at the time of registration. If you would like to utilize a punch card or credit on account, please call the Front Desk to make a reservation.  You can reach the Front Desk at 435.615.5707 9am-5pm daily.
  • In accordance with the May 14th Summit County Health Order, a new waiver acknowledging the risks of COVID-19 is required. Every patron taking the ice needs to complete a new waiver (after May 19 at 10:15 am).
  • Fees will not be returned for no-shows. Contact the front desk at least 24 hours in advance for cancellations.
  • If a participant is not present at the start of the session, the spot may be given to another patron. Refunds will not be issued for no-shows, even if spot sells.

In accordance with the Governor’s Phased Guidelines 4.5 the following protocols have been adjusted.

  • No occupancy limit in facility as long as patrons are able to maintain 6 feet distance.
  • Symptom checking of participants prior to each competition or practice (checklist or verbal), including temperature checks when feasible.
  • On ice activities will continue to be limited to promote the ability to maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet.
  • Sessions starting on Sunday, May 31 will increase to occupancies of 20 plus coaches.
  • Scrimmaging and hockey is allowed.
  • Patrons for Limited Stick & Puck and Stick & Puck Lesson Ice will continue to enter the building dressed (less skates) and may use the lobby for 5 minutes prior to and after the session to take skates on and off.
  • Locker Rooms will be used for Drop-In Hockey sessions and private hockey rentals as the schedule allows.
  • Limit 8 people per locker room, in order to maintain 6 feet social distance. Access to locker rooms 30 minute before and after Drop-In Hockey session.
  • Access to annual lockers is no longer restricted.
  • Figure Skating and Hockey Coaches may use equipment including but not limited to the pole harness and parachute, in accordance with facility policies. Equipment must be sanitized after each user.
Supervised Freestyle
Figure Skating Lesson Ice
Drop-In Hockey
Limited Stick & Puck
Stick & Puck - Lesson Ice
Private Rental
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Please be Flexible & Understanding

Protocols for activities and the facility as a whole are designed to mitigate exposure of staff and patrons to COVID-19. Protocols will be reviewed continuously and changes may be implemented immediately to protect the safety of staff and patrons. Additionally, staff will review protocols on a weekly basis with the intention to expand hours of operation and access to amenities.

Facility Information:

  • Face coverings are no longer required for patrons.
  • Employees working within 6 feet of patrons must wear face coverings.
  • Patrons of different households must maintain 6 feet of distance when feasible.
  • Symptom checking of participants prior to each competition or practice (checklist or verbal), including temperature checks when feasible.
  • All patrons and customers who present symptoms of illness consistent with COVID-19 will be excluded from the establishment.
  • Front Desk functions are facilitated by telecommuting employees.
  • Skaters needing to warm up or cool down off ice need to do so outside of the building and in compliance with the Summit County Health Department.
  • Do not spit on the ice or anywhere in the facility. Do not blow your nose without a tissue.
  • No dogs are permitted inside the facility at this time.

Amenities and Services:

  • Please allow for a minimum of 48 hours for skate services. Please disinfect skates before leaving them.
  • Custom figure skate orders are available. Staff and customers are required to wear masks and staff is also required to wear gloves.
  • Other amenities such as the Little Library, Bubble Hockey, Lost and Found and the Skate Guard and Glove Buckets are not available at this time.

Check In:

  • A staff member will meet you at your car or outside for check-in.
  • Please use parking spots, and not the curb, keeping empty spots between you and other cars to allow staff to maintain social distance during check in process.
  • Please follow the Idling Ordinance  and turn off your engine.
  • Symptom checking of participants prior to each competition or practice (checklist or verbal), including temperature checks when feasible.
  • Staff will verify your reservation, payment and current waiver on file as well as review protocols and answer any questions.
  • Please get ready for your session outside or at your vehicle. Skates may be put on inside.
    • Locker room will be available for Drop-In Hockey and some private rentals. Access is allowed 30 minutes prior to and following these sessions.

Getting on and off the Ice:

  • Patrons may access the building 5 minutes prior to the start of the session. Skaters need to be ready to take the ice with the exception of their skates.
  • Benches and chairs are available for skaters to put on their skates and to keep necessary items.
  • At the conclusion of the session, skaters have 5 minutes to vacate the building. The time between patrons is critical for executing new cleaning protocol.