Glacier Ice Rink has various operational policies in place to ensure the safe operations of the rink. Policies may change or be updated as warranted.
To ensure a safe, enjoyable experience for all rink users, we ask that all visitors abide by our facility policies:
- Children must be supervised while in the building.
- Don’t litter or vandalize rink property.
- Exhibit appropriate behavior and language. We do not tolerate abuse, discrimination, harassment, fighting or unsportsmanlike conduct.
- Valuables should remain in a locked vehicle. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
- No standing on chairs/benches or sitting on the bar area.
The following activities/items are not allowed:
- Off-ice stickhandling/shooting, except in the designated shooting area
- Running or horseplay
- Smoking, vaping, chewing tobacco, etc.
- Glass containers
- Skateboards, roller skates or roller blades
- Dogs (service dogs are the exception)
We reserve the right to remove and/or ban anyone from the facility.
Anyone entering the building assumes all inherent risks associated with attending or participating in Glacier Ice Rink activities.
General On-Ice Rules
- No one is allowed on the rink until the Zamboni is off the ice and the doors are closed.
- Children under the age of 12 must have a responsible parent or guardian in the building.
- Please report any on-ice accidents or incidents to staff immediately.
- Intoxicated or otherwise impaired skaters/players are not allowed on the ice.
- Helmets are required for all hockey programs and recommended for skating programs.
- Locker rooms are assigned, but unsupervised, during public hockey programs. Locker rooms are not available during public skating programs.
- Anyone who repeatedly disobeys rules or instructions from staff may be asked to leave and may lose the right to participate in future events. No refunds will be given if this happens.
Read the full policies for our public programs HERE.
Security Camera Policy
Only the Executive Director, or a designated representative, may review security camera footage.
If an individual suspects a crime has occurred, they must report the incident to the police. The director will review footage upon request from law enforcement and provide copies as warranted. Rink personnel will not review footage as requested by an individual without documentation that a police report has been filed. Footage is retained for 14 days, so reports must be filed quickly.
Any identification of individuals in the footage will not be made public, unless deemed useful by law enforcement.
Read the full policy HERE.