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Arenas and Outdoor Ice Rinks

COVID-19 Update: The following Arenas will open for the the Fall/Winter 2020/2021 ice season: Emily/Omemee Community Centre, Fenelon Falls Community Centre, Little Britain Community Centre, Lindsay Recreation Complex, Manvers Community Centre and Woodville Community Centre. All other Arenas will remained closed until further notice. For more information on affected municipal services visit the COVID-19 page.

Our nine Arenas house ten ice pads, the majority of which are maintained from September to March. Ice at the Lindsay Recreation Complex is maintained through the summer as well.

During summer months, Arena floor pads are available for ball hockey, lacrosse and special events.

Visit our Public Skating page to see the latest public skating schedules.

Community Centre, Arena ice and floor bookings are coordinated through the Facility Booking Office.

COVID-19 Ice Use Protocols - Phase 1

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 1

Location: Lindsay Recreation Complex

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity. Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive ready to enter the facility no longer than 10 minutes prior to the contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive dressed and ready to enter ice surface.
  • Utilize designated area to put on skates and helmet.
  • Utilize designated area to remove skates and helmet.
  • For participants 10 years of age or younger, one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • Equipment bag (including shoes and outdoor clothing) need to be placed in the designated area (Visitor team bench area).
  • Spectators are not permitted. The only person permitted off the ice during the ice rental is the user group's COVID-19 Representative. This does not include the game officials (up to 3 bench staff, timekeepers).
  • Washroom facilities will be available in dressing rooms 2 and 9.
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, officials, bench staff) for each ice rental. This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants and coaching staff are permitted on the ice at any time.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted.

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

 

For further information regarding Ice Use Protocols please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

 

COVID-19 Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

Effective October 1, 2020

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak continues to evolve, health and safety is our number one priority. Proactive measures to prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 in our community have been identified. To ensure the safety of the community cooperation is required from everyone.

Measures being put in place include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Self screening before entering the facility.
  • Hand sanitization upon entry and exit of the facility.
  • Restrictions on the number of users on each ice pad and spectators per ice pad.
  • One-way entrance into the facility and designated exits using directional floor markers to support physical distancing.
  • Enhanced cleaning of the facility following each ice rental.
  • No access to the general public.
  • Designated COVID-19 Representative provided by each ice user group.
  • Canteen and Pro-shop may be open for business.

In order to ensure a safe return to facility utilization the following protocols have been adopted for ice user groups, participants and spectators.  These protocols, along with the directives outlined in the Framework for Reopening our Province during Stage 3, must be adhered to. If these protocols are not followed user groups are at risk of losing ice booking privileges.

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity.
  • Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • All spectators must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive early to enter the facility no earlier than 15 minutes prior to contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive partially dressed and enter the assigned dressing room to prepare to go on the ice.
  • Showers will not be available  for use in the dressing rooms.
  • Mask/face coverings must be worn while in the dressing room. Physical distancing must be maintained while in the dressing room. Physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Two dressing rooms will be assigned per ice time booking.
  • For participants 10 years of age and younger one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • A limit of 25 spectators will be permitted per ice time. It is suggested that the spectators consist of one person per on-ice participant.  Spectators must physical distance and adhere to posted markers.
  • No loitering in any area of the facility. Spectators must vacate the facility immediately upon completion of the participant ice time. (This does not include those that are helping a participant 10 or under.)
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, spectators, officials and bench staff) for each ice rental.  This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants including coaching staff are permitted on the ice.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

Phase 2 Arena Traffic Flow Maps

 Emily/Omemee Community Centre

 Emily Omemee Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Emily/Omemee Traffic Flow Map

 Fenelon Falls Community Centre

 FFCC Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Fenelon Falls Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

 Little Britain Community Centre

 LBCC Arena Traffic Flow map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Little Britain Community Centre Traffic Map

 Lindsay Recreation Complex

 LRC Arena Traffic Flow map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Lindsay Recreation Complex Traffic Flow Map

 Manvers Community Centre

 Manvers CC Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Manvers Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

 Woodville Community Centre

 Woodville CC Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Woodville Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity.
  • Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • All spectators must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive early to enter the facility no earlier than 10 minutes prior to contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive partially dressed and enter the assigned dressing room to prepare to go on the ice.
  • Showers will not be available  for use in the dressing rooms.
  • Mask/face coverings must be worn while in the dressing room. Physical distancing must be maintained while in the dressing room. Physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Two dressing rooms will be assigned per ice time booking.
  • For participants 10 years of age and younger one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • A limit of 25 spectators will be permitted per ice time. It is suggested that the spectators consist of one person per on-ice participant.  Spectators must physical distance and adhere to posted markers.
  • No loitering in any area of the facility. Spectators must vacate the facility immediately upon completion of the participant ice time. (This does not include those that are helping a participant 10 or under.)
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, spectators, officials and bench staff) for each ice rental.  This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants including coaching staff are permitted on the ice.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted.

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity.
  • Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • All spectators must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive early to enter the facility no earlier than 10 minutes prior to contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive partially dressed and enter the assigned dressing room to prepare to go on the ice.
  • Showers will not be available  for use in the dressing rooms.
  • Mask/face coverings must be worn while in the dressing room. Physical distancing must be maintained while in the dressing room. Physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Two dressing rooms will be assigned per ice time booking.
  • For participants 10 years of age and younger one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • A limit of 25 spectators will be permitted per ice time. It is suggested that the spectators consist of one person per on-ice participant.  Spectators must physical distance and adhere to posted markers.
  • No loitering in any area of the facility. Spectators must vacate the facility immediately upon completion of the participant ice time. (This does not include those that are helping a participant 10 or under.)
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, spectators, officials and bench staff) for each ice rental.  This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants including coaching staff are permitted on the ice.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted.

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity.
  • Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • All spectators must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive early to enter the facility no earlier than 10 minutes prior to contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive partially dressed and enter the assigned dressing room to prepare to go on the ice.
  • Showers will not be available  for use in the dressing rooms.
  • Mask/face coverings must be worn while in the dressing room. Physical distancing must be maintained while in the dressing room. Physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Two dressing rooms will be assigned per ice time booking.
  • For participants 10 years of age and younger one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • A limit of 25 spectators will be permitted per ice time. It is suggested that the spectators consist of one person per on-ice participant.  Spectators must physical distance and adhere to posted markers.
  • No loitering in any area of the facility. Spectators must vacate the facility immediately upon completion of the participant ice time. (This does not include those that are helping a participant 10 or under.)
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, spectators, officials and bench staff) for each ice rental.  This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants including coaching staff are permitted on the ice.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted.

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity.
  • Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • All spectators must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive early to enter the facility no earlier than 10 minutes prior to contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive partially dressed and enter the assigned dressing room to prepare to go on the ice.
  • Showers will not be available  for use in the dressing rooms.
  • Mask/face coverings must be worn while in the dressing room. Physical distancing must be maintained while in the dressing room. Physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Two dressing rooms will be assigned per ice time booking.
  • For participants 10 years of age and younger one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • A limit of 25 spectators will be permitted per ice time. It is suggested that the spectators consist of one person per on-ice participant.  Spectators must physical distance and adhere to posted markers.
  • No loitering in any area of the facility. Spectators must vacate the facility immediately upon completion of the participant ice time. (This does not include those that are helping a participant 10 or under.)
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, spectators, officials and bench staff) for each ice rental.  This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants including coaching staff are permitted on the ice.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted.

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

Arenas

Kawartha Lakes Arenas
Name AddressCommunityTelephone
Bobcaygeon/ Verulam Community Centre 51 Mansfield Street Bobcaygeon 705-738-3331
Emily/Omemee Community Centre 212 Sturgeon Road Omemee 705-799-5715
Fenelon Falls Community Centre 27 Veterans Way Fenelon Falls 705-887-3727
Little Britain Community Centre 9 Arena Road Little Britain 705-786-2600
Lindsay Recreation Complex 133 Adelaide Street South Lindsay 705-324-9112
Ops Community Centre 2569 Highway 7 Lindsay 705-324-6281
Manvers Community Centre 697 Highway 7A Bethany 705-277-2720
Oakwood Community Centre 1010 Eldon Road Oakwood 705-953-9822
Woodville/Eldon Community Centre 105 Union Street Woodville 705-439-2547

Available ice times

You can contact the Facility Booking Office to obtain a complete list of available ice times.

Outdoor Ice Rinks

Community Operated Outdoor Ice Rinks are prepared by City staff and maintained throughout the season by community volunteers. Rinks are subject to weather conditions. Skaters are encouraged to wear helmets at all times.

Interested in volunteering? For more information call 705-324-9411 extension 1176

Kawartha Lakes Outdoor Ice Rinks
NameAddressCommunity
Kinsmen Park 10 St. Patrick St. Lindsay
Manorview Park 49 Wilson Ave.  Lindsay
Springdale Gardens 49 Champlain Blvd. Lindsay
Lions Riverview Park 44 Georgian St. Lindsay
Victoria Park 210 Kent St. W. Lindsay
Orchard Park 36 Applewood Cres. Linsday
Sylvester Park 21 Sylvester Dr. Lindsay
Burnt River Community Centre 16 Somerville Centre Rd. Burnt River
Tommy Anderson Park 94 Dunn St. Bobcaygeon
Northlin Park 150 Albert St. N. Lindsay
Janetville Ball Park Janetville Rd. & Pigeon Creek Rd. Janetville

Arena Advisory Committee

General guidelines for the Arena Advisory Committee

  • Volunteer advisory group be made up of local community members with a varied skill set;
  • For the protection of members, groups should be incorporated as an independent non-profit organization and obtain their own liability insurance;
  • One member of the group only will be appointed as liaison with the Manager of Parks, Recreation and Culture (or delegated staff);
  • Possible capital project initiatives, fundraising and sponsorship opportunities, ad and board sales, future booking requests, and any additional user group requests, should be brought forward to the designated staff liaison, to coordinate and work together on;
  • Volunteer advisory committee could establish their own Facebook and website and this could be linked to the city's website for booking inquiries;
  • All guidelines and policies the city has regarding fundraising, sponsorship, ad sales, booking requests etc., should be forwarded to the advisory committee;
  • Committee could set up their own bank account to help keep track of local fundraising, sponsorship, donations etc.
  • Each group would be responsible for following non-profit banking guidelines;
  • Concession contracts awarded to vendors for the season will be put in touch with local VAC to help optimize revenue and opportunities.

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