Arenas in Surrey are open for user groups only.
As part of our phased approach, Parks, Recreation & Culture facilities will gradually begin to re-open, starting on August 17 with the North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex (arena only). More gradual re-openings will happen on September 8, September 9, and mid-October. Dates are subject to change. Follow surrey.ca/covid19 for specific facility re-opening and safety protocol updates.
Our approach to reopening is gradual to ensure the safety of both our patrons and staff. As each arena reopens, we will evaluate procedures and programs and modify as necessary before opening more. All facilities and activities will meet strict health and safety guidelines as set out by the Provincial Health Officer, Worksafe BC, Fraser Health and viaSport; the provincial body that oversees organized sport groups.
Arenas will open first to user groups with approved Return to Sport safety plans in place to provide practice of skill development. Review the Arena Re-Opening Guidelines for Minor Sport.
Note: Dates are subject to change.
- North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex: Now open to user groups only
- South Surrey Arena: Now open to user groups only
- Cloverdale Arena: Now open to user groups only
- Surrey Sport & Leisure Arena (1 sheet): Now open to user groups only; Mid October (remaining sheets)
- Newton Arena: TBA
For Everyone’s Safety
- Participants who are sick will not be allowed entry.
- Reduced capacity inside facility.
- Enhanced cleaning throughout facility and disinfection between user groups.
- Participants must arrive fully dressed with the exception of skates/helmets.
- Participants to be allowed entry 10 minutes prior to ice time.
- Answer verbal health screening and hand sanitization upon entry.
- Maintain physical distancing at all times both on and off the ice.
- Users will be escorted to and from dressing rooms.
- Maximum 10 people per dressing room.
- Showers & washrooms within dressing rooms remain closed.
- Washroom access within lobby will be open.
- Water fountains closed. Participants to bring filled water bottle.
- Food Service closed.
Our arenas have accessible parking and level access to the viewing areas from the main parking lots. Para-ice sleds, wheelchairs and strollers are welcome on the ice during open skates but everyone must wear a helmet, including children in strollers. Please note that ice grips are only allowed for individuals who are supporting someone with a disability on the ice.