New City of Kingston Guidelines for the Fall, News (Kingston Area Minor Hockey Association)

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New City of Kingston Guidelines for the Fall
The start to our hockey season is a week away. Below is the guidelines from the City of Kingston concerning entry into all City arenas for the foreseeable future. Please be aware that this can change at any moment and we ask for your cooperation and patients when arriving at the arenas. 

Dear Ice User, 

We continue to work closely with KFL&A Public Health to ensure compliance with local and provincial re-opening framework. We ask you to ensure all participants adhere to these protocols while in our facilities. Failure to comply will result in jeopardizing future ice times.
Please note the following changes to City of Kingston arena facility protocols effective September 7:

Starting Sept. 7th, the following protocols will be in place: (Updated on September 3rd) 

    • Participants

      Maximum of 50 participants at ice level. Please be aware that KAMHA reserves the right to limit these numbers in order to provide more efficient programming
      Masks must be worn at all times, until helmets are on or the patron is on the ice surface.
      3 dressing rooms per hour in which occupancy restriction must be adhered to.
      Designated shower stalls will be marked and available and for use.
      Patrons are not required to come dressed for play and can arrive a maximum of 30 minutes prior to scheduled ice time. Screening is still required at this time upon entry.
      Participants must exit ice immediately at the 50-minute buzzer. Delays will not be tolerated due to the impact on cleaning protocols.
      Patrons must vacate dressing room a maximum of 20 Minutes after final buzzer.

      Spectators & general information

      Maximum of 100 people in the stands maintaining physical distancing of 6ft (2m), unless members of the same household.
      Food and beverages will be permitted and can be consumed in seated spectating areas, with physical distancing being maintained. Masks should only be removed for eating or drinking. Water fill stations are available, and users are permitted to bring refillable water bottles for use. 
      Patrons must proceed directly to permitted area. No loitering is permitted in the lobby or main concourse areas.
      All activities within the rink must be conducted in accordance with provincial regulations
There is still time to register for the season, tryouts and other programs we are offering this fall. Click on the links below for more information and registration. If you require help with registration please reach out to Bonnie at [email protected]

Tryout Information and Registration
Tryout Schedule
Rep Fee Surcharge
Registration for All KAMHA Programs
U9 AA/A Development program