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Programs - Stabilization Phase

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In compliance with the Summit County Public Health Face Coverings Order on Appeal effective July 25, 2020:

Face coverings/face shields do not need to be worn when individuals are engaged in strenuous physical exercise at the Park City Ice Arena.   

The ice surface capacity is limited to 20 people when face coverings/face shields are not worn.  Face coverings/face shields shall be worn in all common areas including hockey benches and locker rooms. 

Active participants are not required to wear face coverings/ face shields while skating within the confines of the playing surface.  The playing surface is defined as the ice sheet, face coverings must still be worn on the hockey benches.  Social distancing must be maintained while sitting on the hockey benches. Coaches, instructors, spectators, and participants not within the confines of the playing surface shall be required to wear a face covering/face shield.  

Due to higher capacity limits, face masks/face shields are still required during all open skate sessions. 

 

Version 4.7 of the State’s Health Guidance System was released on Friday, June 26th.  Details for indoor recreation can be found:  https://coronavirus-download.utah.gov/business/Yellow/Gyms_Fitness_Centers_Guidelines_Yellow.pdf and the full guidelines can be found here:  https://coronavirus.utah.gov/utah-leads-together/

Please contact the Front Desk if you would like to cancel any currently scheduled activities. Refunds will be issued for cancellations but individuals removed from the facility for failure to comply will not be refunded.

Getting to a New Normal

  • The Ice Arena continues to operate in accordance with the Governor’s Phased Guidelines 4.7.
  • Patrons of different household must maintain 6 feet of distance when feasible
  • Symptom checking of participants prior to each competition or practice
  • Pre-registration is now available online and through the Front Desk for all activities except Public Skate. Walk- ins are available for sessions not at capacity. Walk-ins must register and pay at the front desk prior to the session.
  • Payment is due at the time of registration.
  • The sale of new punch cards for Freestyle, Drop-In Hockey and Stick and Puck has been discontinued. If you want to use a current punch card, you can pre-register through the front desk at 435.615.5707. Current punch cards can also be converted to credit which can be used online to register for sessions.
  • Contact the front desk at least 24 hours in advance for cancellations. Fees will not be returned for no-shows.
  • 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.
  • Figure skating ice has returned to the traditional Freestyle with capacity of 24 skaters plus coaches. Skater should pre-register, drop-ins may register before a session if space is available.
  • Stick & Puck Lesson Ice is listed online as Lesson Ice- Hockey and will continue for the summer with no lessons permitted on regular Stick & Puck. We anticipate suspending Lesson Ice during the peak season due to a lack of ice, at which time lessons will resume on regular Stick & Puck.
  • Locker rooms are now open for all hockey activities. Patrons should keep 6 feet distance when feasible while using the locker rooms. Two locker rooms will be available for each session.

 

Register for any activity here

All users must have a current liability waiver on file. New waivers must be signed as of May 19 and are valid for one year. Patrons under 18 must have a parent or guardian complete the waiver for them. Patrons over 18 years of age must complete their own waiver.

  • Pre-registration is now available online and through the Front Desk for Freestyle, Stick & Puck and Drop-in Hockey. Walk- ins are available for sessions not at capacity. Walk-ins must register and pay at the front desk prior to the session.
  • Contact the front desk at least 24 hours in advance for cancellations.  Fees will not be returned for no-shows.
  • 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
  • All users must have a current liability waiver on file. New waivers must be signed as of May 19 and are valid for one year. Patrons under 18 must have a parent or guardian complete the waiver for them. Patrons over 18 years of age must complete their own waiver.
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