CODE OF CONDUCT AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK BY ENTERING THE FACILITY, SKATERS, GUESTS AND SPECTATORS ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THEY UNDERSTAND AND AGREE TO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:
- Read and abide by all posted rules, signs, warnings and policies and cooperate with the Staff.
- All skaters are required to pay for their skating time prior to entering rink surface.
- Except for children enrolled and actively participating in a skating or hockey program at the Facility, children must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times. Parents are responsible to ensure their children adhere to this Code of Conduct and all Facility rules.
- Respect all those at the Facility. Do not physically or verbally threaten or harass any person, including any other skater, spectator, official, coach, or staff member, including through any social media platform. Fighting, use of physical force, obscene, offensive, or otherwise inappropriate language or gestures, or racial, religious or ethnic slurs are prohibited.
- Do not possess or use any item that could be used as a weapon, including, but not limited to: firearms, explosives, fireworks, chemical dispensing devices, or any clubs, sticks, knives or other object(s) that may be used in any way to inflict bodily injury on another person. Hockey sticks and other hockey and/or ice skating equipment are permitted, as long as such items are used for their intended purpose.
- Do not throw or leave objects on the rink surface.
- Everyone enjoys the Facility when it’s clean. Do not discard litter of any kind anywhere, including on the rink surface, except in designated trash receptacles. Rummaging through or removing items from the trash receptacles is prohibited. Spitting is prohibited.
- Respect the property of others. Do not deface, damage or destroy any property belonging to the Facility, its occupants or other persons in the Facility.
- Do not lean over or pound on the glass surrounding the rink surface.
- Do not bring any outside food or alcoholic beverage into the Facility, unless otherwise approved by the Facility.
- Do not take any food or beverages onto the rink surface or place food or beverages on the surrounding dasherboards or any railings.
- Alcoholic beverages are permitted if purchased from the Facility and only in areas specifically designated for the consumption of alcohol.
- Smoking or consuming tobacco (including e-cigarettes and vaporizers) and/or marijuana, are prohibited. Drug paraphernalia and illegal substances are prohibited.
- Skating is not permitted under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or other controlled substances.
- Do not stay on or enter rink surface when resurfacing/cleaning or maintenance is taking place.
- Keep exits to the rink surface clear. Before getting on the rink surface, look for oncoming skaters.
- Do not sit on floors, rink surface, dasherboards, handrails, stairs, trash receptacles or other areas not specifically designated for seating.
- Be safe. Do not act in a manner that may cause or contribute to injury to yourself or any other person.
- Be aware of all surroundings while on and off the rink surface as objects, such as hockey pucks and sticks, may leave the rink surface at any time.
- No electronic devices are allowed on the rink surface.
- No talking or texting on mobile devices while on the rink surface.
- Do not use headphones/earbuds while on the rink surface during public skate sessions or hockey activities.
- Do not bring any animals into the Facility with the exception of service animals (as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”)).
- Inform a Staff member if you require accommodations or assistance, we’ll be happy to assist.
- Do not violate any federal, state or local law or ordinance.
Violation of the Code of Conduct and Facility rules may result in removal from the rink surface, ejection from the Facility, and/or suspension from the Facility.
Assumption of Risk:
By engaging in skating or being present at the Facility, skaters, guests and spectators are deemed to have knowledge of and assume the risk (inherent or otherwise) of skating and being a spectator, which includes but is not limited to the following:
- Injuries that result from collisions or contact with other skaters or other individuals who are or near the rink surface.
- Injuries that result from falls.
- Injuries that involve objects or artificial structures that are properly on or near the rink surface.
- Injuries on the rink surface, in the spectator area or elsewhere in the Facility that result from being struck by hockey pucks, sticks or other equipment or items, or by other thrown objects.