Gov. Jay Inslee on 1/5/21 announced the “Healthy Washington — Roadmap to Recovery,” a COVID-19 phased recovery plan. Beginning on January 11, 2021, the state will follow a regional recovery approach with every region beginning in Phase 1. As a result, on January 12, 2021, the Everett Community Ice Rink will reopen on a limited basis with extensive procedures implemented.
As we move into Healthy Washington phased plan, we would like to make you aware of our new required temporary guidelines to keep everyone safe:
Thank you for your cooperation during this time.
For information about booking ice please contact Katrina McArthur at [email protected].
Review our reopen safety video here.
Please review our Sporting Activities Guidelines & Requirements by clicking this link:
Sporting Activities Guidelines - 2021.01.07.pdf.
To register for Stick N Puck sessions, purchase at this link.
To register for Members Only Skating sessions, click here (must already be a member with a 5-digit membership number) and select the time you wish to register for. If you have any questions about membership skates, please call 425-322-2653.
All ice sessions will be for less than an hour in length under Phase I guidelines.
Angel Of The Winds Arena/Community Ice Rink requires a 14-day quarantine for any person or team that travels out of Washington State prior to returning to the facility.
The following guidelines will be in place at all times:
Patrons are not allowed to enter the Everett Community Ice Rink if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19 (have not recovered or are still within the 14-day quarantine), had symptoms of COVID-19 (within the last 24 hours), or had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 (within the last 14 days).
Everett Community Ice Rink requires a 14-day quarantine for any person or team that travels out of Washington State prior to returning to the facility.
Skaters will need to agree to follow our appropriate social distancing “staging/get ready” areas. These areas will give participants an area to put on skates and helmets when applicable. Skaters must also follow social distancing while on the ice.
After each session, all participants will have 15 minutes to leave the premises. This will allow staff to clean and the next session to arrive 15 minutes before their session. No loitering.
All users must review the Community Ice Rink Guidelines and sign a Participant Release/Waiver prior to their first facility use.
Each guest that enters our facility will need to sign in and provide contact information for documentation purposes.
No spectators allowed. For participants 10 years of age and younger, one adult parent/guardian/caregiver can enter to help their participant finish getting ready to go on the ice. Then the parent will need to leave the building and will be allowed back in 5 minutes before the end of the ice time so they can help their participant get ready to leave the building. All policies in this document apply to any parent/guardian/caregiver as well.
Participants need to come dressed and ready to their fullest capability prior to entering the rink. ALL locker rooms will remain closed during this time period. Customers must wait in their cars or otherwise away from the facility until they are allowed to arrive for the start of their ice time
All patrons entering the facility are required to wear a facial covering or mask and keep it on at all times, including while conducting any on-ice activity.
You must bring your own water bottle and please fill up prior to arriving at the rink – water fountains will be turned off.
The following link provides a video of our new entry and use procedures: watch video.
The Everett Community Ice Rink is an NHL regulation ice rink open year-round for public skating, local hockey leagues, figure skating, instructional lessons and much more!