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Cloverdale Arena

Cloverdale Arena

We’re taking a slow and cautious approach with the re-opening of our facilities. Most major civic facilities including Parks, Recreation & Culture and Library facilities remain closed until early September and possibly longer, dependant on three key factors: public safety, demand for service by the public in light of COVID-19 and related fiscal implications.

Staff are currently reviewing each facility alongside this criteria. Please follow surrey.ca/covid19 for facility re-opening updates.

Join programs like hockey, skating, or curling at the Cloverdale Arena.

Recreation Facility Update

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to maintain our facilities for a safe and efficient reopening. In addition to our regularly scheduled annual maintenance and projects for 2020, staff are working ahead on future maintenance measures which will increase our operational flexibility for the Spring and Summer 2021.  

Staff are making the most of the current situation to reduce maintenance closures in the future as well as ensure timely re-openings.  Projects include Arena board maintenance, icemaking equipment servicing, scheduled building and mechanical maintenance, interior painting.

Our Recreation Surrey team misses you and we hope you’re staying safe.

Learn more about Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for community resources and ways to stay active and engaged while facilities are closed.

Facility Features

The arena features:

  • 15,000 square feet of exhibit space
  • Bench seating for 250
  • Score board with flexible scoring and timing capabilities
  • 1 meeting room
  • 4 multi-use dressing rooms
  • Wheelchair accessible on ground level
  • Food services available
  • 31' high ceiling
  • Parking stalls for 155

We offer programs in skating, hockey,and curling for people of all ages and abilities. Find out more information on dry floor or ice rentals or a room booking at the Cloverdale Arena.

Drop-in Schedule

Skating is a great way to stay active! Join us for public skating, Stick & Puck, recreational hockey and more. View the drop-in skating schedule.

Helmet Regulations

CSA certified hockey, ski or snowboard helmets are mandatory for anyone participating in Learn to Skate lessons. Bike helmets are not permitted as they do not offer the protection needed for ice skating. There are a limited number of helmets available free of charge for lesson participants.