Last Updated on October 2, 2020 by YGK News Staff
The City of Kingston has announced that the Cataraqui Community Centre will partially reopen on September 29th. Two ice surfaces will be available to sports organizations who are permitted to use the rink.
The participants, coaches and support persons are asked to work directly with their sports organization to gain access to the facility.
The city believes that the Cataraqui Community Centre’s reopening aligns will the provinces phase three re-opening framework. The framework was developed with assistance from KFL&A Public Health.
“Health and safety measures have been put in place to comply with the Provincial framework and local health protocols. These measures include capacity limits, health screenings and increased cleaning and sanitization, to ensure that the safety of staff and patrons is paramount,” The news release said.
The City also announced on September 15th that the Invista Centre is currently available for fitness and ice rink use. Certain restrictions are in place for ice pad use.
“Ice use is permitted in 50-minute blocks, with capacity restricted to 50 persons per rink. The concentration of ice pads at the INVISTA Centre allows the City to focus resources in one location” the statement said.
The Invista Centre has also released a “welcome back” video that explains the new process when visiting the facility.