In compliance with government health guidelines and in the interest of the safety of our guests and staff, the Webster Ice Arena has adopted the following policies in regarding to the COVID-19 pandemic:
Skaters are asked to come home-dressed with most equipment installed on at home. Locker rooms will not be opened or available but benches and chairs will be for putting on skates.
Skaters are asked to arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before scheduled ice time. Skaters will also be asked to exit the building no more than 15 minutes after their ice time has ended.
Skaters under 17 years of age can have 1 spectator with them.
Social distancing, whenever possible, both on and off the ice and will be enforced.
Everyone entering the building will have to wear a mask. People will not be allowed into the building without a mask. Mask will need to be worn while in the building. People will be asked to leave the building if masks are not properly worn while in the building. Skaters will not have to wear masks on the ice but will need to distance whenever possible. Coaches will have to wear a mask on the ice.
Drinking fountains will be turned off and not available for use. Each skater will have to bring their own hydration. Sharing of water bottles/hydration is not permitted. Drinks will be available in machines and the snack bar will be opened on a limited basis.
The Pro Shop will be open but we will limit the amount of people allowed in. We ask that social distancing be maintained while in the pro shop.
On ice benches will be marked in 6 feet increments for social distancing.
Doors will be clearly marked as an entrance and exit only.
All employees will be screened for health and safety. Touch-less thermometers will be used to take temperatures will be taken on a daily basis.
The Webster Ice Arena will have a strict sanitizing plan in place. Everything will be sanitized on a regularly scheduled plan. In some cases , sanitization will be immediate. Sanitizing stations will be available throughout the building.
Skaters and spectators are asked to stay at home if they are feeling ill in any way.