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Covid-19 Update

We hope to have public sessions in March. No further info is available at this time.

New Rules

Covid Rules (updated February 13, 2021)

  • Face Coverings are required on the ice unless skaters are exerting themselves. Skaters need to wear face coverings everywhere in the building except the ice. Coaches and employees must wear face coverings at all times.
  • No tailgating or pop-up tents allowed! Skaters can either get dressed outside or in individual pods/tents that are not a red flag.
  • Skaters/Coaches will arrive fully dressed. Only exception is that goalies can put skates and leg pads on at the benches in front of the rink doors.
  • Skates can be put on outside the building at the chairs.
  • Skaters/Coaches/(Spectators only on weekends) will not be allowed into the building any more than 10 minutes after the session has started because we will need to start staging for the next group. Arrive on time or early!
  • Stick n Pucks will be limited to 30 skaters.
  • Ice World freestyles will be limited to 25 skaters and 10 coaches.
  • Hockey Games, Practices and Group Lessons will be limited to 40-50 people including coaches.
  • Hockey coaches must enter with their team.
  • Skaters will not have time to remove their skates and put shoes on inside the rink. This must be done after you leave the building.
  • There will be an area next to the exit (inside the building) where goalies can remove skates/leg pads.
  • If anyone feels any symptom of illness, the flu or has a fever they should not come to the facility. If anyone shows a temperature over 100.4 degrees, they will not be allowed to enter the facility. Everyone entering the facility will be screened for temperature.
  • No parent/guardian will be allowed in the building (See weekend policy for parents). ONLY skaters, coaches and rink staff. 
  • Del Mar Cafe will not be open.
  • Pro Shop is open their normal hours.
  • Water fountain will not be open. Please bring water from home.
  • No vending machines or video games will be available.
  • No food can be brought into the facility.
  • Public bathrooms will be open with limited facilities.
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers will be placed throughout the facility.
  • There will be no lost and found. Articles left in the facility will be disposed of.
  • Inside the facility masks must always be worn by everyone except for the athletes when on the ice (Coaches must wear masks).
  • Hockey and Figure Skating bags will not be allowed inside the facility.
  • The Pro Room will not be open.
  • Figure Skaters that are skating two sessions in a row can sit on the bleachers waiting for the next session to start.
  • Coaches will be responsible for maintaining social distancing of 6 feet when skaters are on the ice and leaving the ice.
  • When on the ice Hockey Coaches must wear gloves, helmet and face covering.
  • Parents/spectators are not to linger in the outside staging area.
  • Skaters will be dropped off at the front door. Please enter through the right 2 front doors. This will be the only entrance to the facility. This entrance will be clearly marked.
  • Skates will need to be worn into the rink so make sure you have skate guards.
  • Door will be opened about 10 minutes prior to the start of your session.
  • Skaters and coaches should wait until rink staff opens door then proceed inside practicing social distancing as they head for the door and wait to be admitted. Marks will be placed on the sidewalk. Only one skater will enter at a time, be checked in as registered for the session and have their temperature taken via infrared thermometer measured on the forehead. Any skaters with a temperature over 100.4 degrees, will not be allowed to enter the facility.
  • If a skater is not on the pre-registered list for that session, they will be turned away. There will be no method to pay at the rink.
  • Parents should remain in the parking lot for 10 minutes after the scheduled start time of the session to make sure the skater is good to go and must be in the parking lot when the skater exits.
  • Skaters should remain 6 feet apart when entering and exiting the ice.
  • No sharing water bottles.
  • No chalkboard huddles.
  • No contact drills.
  • Once on the ice players cannot remove any equipment.
  • No spitting.
  • No handshakes.
  • No high fives.
  • No hugs.
  • No horseplay or refusal to follow the rules.
  • Anyone violating these rules will be removed from the facility.
  • On-ice capacity limits will be determined by Harford County Guidelines

Please see the pictures for traffic patterns and staging into and out of the building.

  • Picture 1: The yellow area is where the figure skaters, hockey skaters and coaches will stage.
  • Picture 2: Everyone exits out Rink A pick up area.
  • Picture 3: Once in the building, Rink A skaters will stage in the shaded yellow areas while awaiting entry into the bleacher area that needs to be vacated and cleaned from previous occupants. Masks should be worn while waiting. Coaches are responsible for their teams once inside the building. All participants skating on Rink A will be required to stage any items on the bleachers (shaded in green). Once Olympia doors open at the end of the session, proceed through both rink doors (red X’s) and collect belongings in the bleachers and exit following the red line out through hockey player doors (blue x) to the parking lot. Players are not permitted to sit in bleachers to remove skates after the end of the session and should leave the building immediately.
  • Picture 4: Once in the rink, Rink B skaters will stage in the shaded yellow areas while awaiting entry onto the ice. Masks should be worn while waiting. Coaches are responsible for their teams once inside the building. All participants skating on Rink B will be required to stage any items on the players benches (shown in green) during their session. Once the Olympia doors open at the end of the session, proceed to the players bench to gather belongings and proceed out the door marked with the blue X. Exit the building through the hockey players entrance shown in picture 3 (the exit in picture 4 has been changed). Rubber is continued to the curb.

Registration

  • Registration for all on-ice sessions will be done on-line via the rink website or a third-party website.
  • No registering or payment will be accepted at the rink. 
  • No refunds or exchanges

Cleaning and Disinfecting

  • The facility will be cleaned and disinfected in accordance with CDC guidelines.
  • All high touch areas and bathrooms will be disinfected every session.
  • Adequate amounts of soap and hand sanitizer will be available for customers and employees.

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