On July 15, 2020, Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine signed new orders for targeted mitigation efforts in response to the recent rise in COVID cases, primarily in southwest Pennsylvania, but also in other counties in the state, influencing the decision for statewide mitigation efforts for bars and restaurants, gatherings and telework. The new orders took effect at 12:01 a.m., Thursday, July 16, 2020.
Bucks County Ice Sports Center Health & Safety Rules
In accordance with the PA Department of Health, we have instituted the following rules for your safety and ours.
- All campers must be fever screened at the front desk prior to using the ice. The arena reserves the right to deny access to any campers with a fever of 100.4 or higher or showing symptoms of communicable disease.
- Face coverings are required in the lobby and all common areas.
- No spectators to reduce building capacity; participants and coaches only.
- Please do not enter the rink until 10 minutes prior to the ice session beginning to allow the proper time for spacing and cleaning.
- Participants should arrive fully dressed for their session. Parents of younger skaters may enter the lobby to tie skates and then exit the building. Goalies will be allowed to dress indoors.
- No access to locker rooms unless approved by staff; please arrive dressed and drop belongings in the designated staging areas.
- Observe and follow all one-way corridors and throughways and do not enter closed areas.
- Players & Skaters must exit the building within 10 minutes after the ice session ends.
- Players & Skaters are not permitted to share food or drinks.
- Players & Skaters and staff must wash and/or sanitize hands frequently and in between sessions.
- Parent pick-up and drop-off shall be staged outside in the parking lot.
- If Players & Skaters return home experiencing fever or symptoms of communicable disease, parents should immediately contact the arena’s Pandemic Safety Officer, Brian Reagan at firstname.lastname@example.org