All individuals must complete a COVID-19 self- screening assessment prior to entering the city facility.
If participants/coaching staff or spectators have any COVID-19 symptoms posted at the door, they are not permitted in the facility.
Provide 2 Metre distancing throughout the facility.
Follow directional flow arrows, decals, and visual markers to maintain distancing.
Masks and face coverings are required whenever participants are not actively engaged in physical activity. (Masks are not required while on the ice)
For example, masks must be worn
In the changing room
In the lobby
If you are coaching on the bench
If you are a spectator
At all times unless actively engaged in a physical activity (i.e. on the ice)
Where possible separate Entrance and Exit points will be designated to assist with proper traffic flow
Hand Sanitizer will be available at the entrance/exit.
Doors are managed by a designated NMHA volunteer/coach (Safety Officer). A city employee (Greeter) will help with facility specific information, policies, and procedures.
A maximum of 25 Participants on the ice plus registered coaching staff.
Participants are given access to the building 20 minutes prior to the booking
Spectators are asked to enter at the beginning of the of their ice time
Spectators are asked to exit the arena once the flood begins to assist with transition of rentals.
The participants will have access to the assigned Change Room 20 minutes prior and 20 minutes post booking
Participants are encouraged to arrive dressed in gear as much as possible.
Change rooms provide 2 metre visual markers (7-12 participants)
Change Room showers are currently closed
It is recommended players arrive with a filled water bottle.
The City of Ottawa COVID-19 Conditions of Use for Arenas must be followed at all times, failure to comply will result in immediate removal from the facility, non-refundable ice cancellation and review of future contract bookings.
All users must comply with all current guidelines, regulations and recommendations related to COVID-19 by Ottawa Public Health, the Municipal and Provincial government, the sport governing body and their Association.