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Outdoor Skating Rinks
ALL outdoor rinks are OPEN.
Weather Parameters for closures:
- Excess snow, attendants will not have enough time to get all rinks cleaned and opened.
- Weather below -20 (without wind chill)
- Rinks will also be closed if the weather is too warm causing the ice to melt and become dangerous.
The rinks being closed means that they will not be cleared as the ice is dangerous to skate on and the shacks will not be opened by attendants.
Why do outdoor rinks close due to cold weather?
The Town of Stony Plain has a working in cold weather policy we must adhere to from our safety department. We cannot have our outdoor rinks staff working below -25. The rinks have a schedule where it changes from public skating to shinny. Our rinks staff supervises the hockey rinks, drive around and puts out or takes down nets, cleans and floods the ice, and cleans the change facilities. They are not allowed to work below that temp. If people choose to go use the rinks, we are not going to stop them but we have to follow our policy that they will be closed because they will not be supervised.
Why do the ponds stay open during cold weather?
The ponds are open because we do not have to supervise them.
Why do the change rooms not stay open during cold weather?
Also, we cannot leave the heated change rooms open, unfortunately they would be vandalized.
OUTDOOR RINKS SCHEDULE (posted at all locations)
Outdoor Rink Locations
- St. John Paul II School: 5801 - 48 St.
- Forest Green School: 5206 - 45 St.
- École Meridian Heights School: 4121 - 43 St.
- Centennial Memorial: 5300 - 52 St.
- Westerra: 1706 Westerra Loop
The Rotary Park pond is used exclusively for public skating; shinny or hockey is not permitted. There are washroom facilities at the park; however, there are no changing rooms.
All outdoor ice surfaces are available to rent by hockey clubs, community groups, churches, businesses or private functions - at a cost of $30 per hour. For more information, to inquire about availability or to make a booking, contact Community and Protective Services at 780.963.8604, or send an email.
Public Works is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the outdoor rinks and the pond. Operations staff supervise the rinks while they are open. For concerns about rink conditions, call 780.963.2469, or send an email.