Welcome Back Las Vegas Ice Center Patrons,
With Tuesday’s announcement that Nevada is moving into Phase 2 of reopening we are excited to announce that the Las Vegas Ice Center will officially reopen on Monday, June1st!
At this time only the North rink will be reopening for Stick & Puck, Freestyle, select hockey and figure skating classes and drop in hockey, there will be no Public Skating, League play, Lil Knights, NHL Learn To Play, or Learn To Skate. As we receive information from the state, county, and USA Hockey we will update you on when these programs will resume. We anticipate having the South rink open later in the week and then expanding the schedule to accommodate more sessions and classes. For a full schedule of sessions and classes please go to LVIC ICE SCHEDULE
As you may be aware, all businesses reopening during the current pandemic must do so while complying with certain governmental restrictions. These restrictions have been mandated to provide the safest and cleanest environment for our customers and staff. To be compliant with these restrictions we have implemented the following processes:
To attend any session you must register online at lasvegasice.com and pre pay for your session. Only registered participants will be allowed in the building and on the ice. Upon arrival to the rink for your session please check in at the front desk and receive your wristband. This includes all classes, stick & puck sessions, drop ins and freestyles.
All sessions will be 1 hour in length. To attend multiple sessions in a day you must register separately for each session you plan on attending.
All sessions will be limited to 20 participants.
Locker Rooms will NOT be available for use at this time. Please arrive to the rink at minimum with your base layer on or partially dressed in your gear. There are benches throughout the building that you may sit at to get your skates and gear on.
Bring your own water and or water bottle as the water fountains will not be available. Additionally, the snack bar will remain closed for the time being.
As we reopen, you will play an important role in making the rink a safe experience for us all. Here is a reminder of our recommendations of what you can do to make this happen:
Do not come to the rink if you are sick.
Practice Social Distancing - stay 6 feet apart.
Please minimize the number of people congregating in the building by having only 1 parent bring their skater to the rink. Whenever possible please do not bring non-skating siblings or additional spectators to the rink.
We kindly ask for your support in helping to limit the number of people in the building. This can be accomplished by arriving to the rink in your gear ready to take the ice limiting your time in the building and large numbers of participants gathering in the lobby and locker rooms. For situations where that is not possible getting as much equipment on in your vehicle as you can is appreciated.
Upon completion of your ice time exiting the building and undressing in your vehicle or at home will all go a long way in providing the safest environment for you, other customers, and our staff.
Masks are always recommended to be worn when off-ice in the building.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Several hand sanitizing stations have been installed throughout the rink.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then immediately throw the tissue in the trash.
Clean and disinfect hockey and skating equipment.
Adhere to any program specific requirements and procedures.
While there is a lot different about how things will be operating the exciting part is, we can all get back on the ice and enjoying all that LVIC has to offer. We fully anticipate resuming all programming soon as the state continues to move further along in its reopening plan Your ongoing support, understanding and patience is greatly appreciated.
Should anyone have any questions regarding reopening, programming, safety protocols or anything else of concern someone will be available to answer your questions beginning at 8AM Monday morning additionally you may contact either Scott Allegrini or Bob Della Rocca
Scott Allegrini – [email protected] 702-320-7777 ext. 107
Bob Della Rocca – [email protected] 702-320-7777ext. 101.
Please continue to be safe and healthy and we will look forward to seeing you all back on the ice starting tomorrow!
Las Vegas Ice Center Management