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Safety & Health Measures

Our No. 1 priority is to keep our participants, guests, tenants, and staff healthy while providing exceptional on-ice programming. To do this, we are taking many steps to keep everyone safe. Remember we are all in this together and we need your help to keep everyone safe.

 

  • ALL MUST WEAR A FACE MASK AT ALL TIMES, BOTH ON & OFF THE ICE.
  • All Youth Hockey Players must come fully dressed to play. Goalies will be able to get ready inside with Parent/Guardian assistance if needed.  Skate changing areas have been set up throughout the facility.
  • Do not enter Twin Rinks, if you’re feeling or showing symptoms of any communicable disease. High-risk customers are encouraged not to enter the facility.
  • Our experienced maintenance department has established rigorous cleaning standards with CDC-approved chemicals.
  • Hand sanitizing stations have been installed throughout the facility.
  • Customers will have access only to those parts of the facility that are open.
  • Rink capacity has been reduced under state guidelines per rink.
  • Distance markers are placed throughout the facility showing 6 ft. for social distancing. We ask that there be no congregating in the building.
  • Only 1 parent or guardian per program participant is allowed inside the facility.
  • Players must arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before ice time & leave no later than 15 minutes after ice time.
  • Twin Rinks internal program participants will be required to sign a waiver via online registration. (Hockey Clinics, Freestyle sessions, etc.)
  • Twin Rinks is registered and certified through the State of CT for reopening.

For Public Sessions:

  • Admission to Public Skate will be limited to 75 participants per session.
  • $20 per participant (for all ages) plus $5 skate rental.
  • Masks are required at all times both on & off the ice.
  • Social distancing is required on ice for all sessions.
  • Pre-registration is REQUIRED for all participants. Walk-in registrations will not be accepted.
  • Limited to 1 Adult spectator per youth participant. Spectators are not permitted for Adult participants.
  • Free Passes can’t be used at this time. These passes will be eligible once normal Public Skating returns.
  • Refunds are unavailable at this time.

Additional items that improve your customer experience:

  • All customers will use only the center middle front doors to enter the building and proceed directly to the appropriate skating changing area.
  • Players/skaters must use only their own, clearly identified, water bottles, and equipment. Our bottle filling station will be available, but the drinking fountain will be turned off.
  • We’ve installed protective shields on the top portion of the Admissions window.
  • Online registration is strongly encouraged for Twin Rinks programs. For limited walk-ups, we will be accepting credit cards only, with no cash or debit.

Additional measures we are taking with our employees:

  • Our Staff has been trained on CDC suggested cleaning methods and how to handle potential Covid-19 exposure in the facility.
  • All of our employees are required a mandatory 5 min hand wash/sanitize break every hour.
  • We are taking all employees’ temperatures. Employees that have a fever will not be allowed to work.

For more information on COVID-19, please visit the CDC website.

Covid testing is available through the City of Stamford. For more info, click here.