Community Outdoor Skating Rink Program
All skaters and volunteers will be expected to follow Public Health measures and COVID-19 guidelines outlined by the provincial government.
The City of Moncton is currently considering applications for the 2021-2022 Outdoor Rink Program. The rinks are weather-dependant and maintained by volunteers in the community with assistance from the City and the location must be chosen from one of the following parks equipped with a water source:
2021/2022 Eligible Locations
- Lewisville Park – 45 Glenmoor Drive
- Braemar Park – 45 Centre Street
- Brentwood Park – 150 Brentwood Drive
- Prince Edward Park – 25 Burlington Avenue
- Grove Hamlet Park – 39 Ripplewood Road
- Canadian Heights Park – 35 Chelsea Road
- Candlewood Park – 90 Candlewood Drive
- Codiac Heights Park – 100 Olympic Crescent
- Fairview Knoll Park – 111 Fairview Knoll Drive
- Knox Park – 75 Knox Drive
- Maplehurst Park – 115 Maplehurst Drive
- Pauline Frizzell Park – 387 Salisbury Road
- Roxborough Park – 140 Barrington Crescent
- Hamilton Heights Park – 120 Evergreen Drive
- Westbrook Park – 16 Community Avenue
- Creek Village Park – 40 Pleasant Street
- Jonathan Park – 39 Salengro Crescent
- The City will supply and install the rink boards, provide water access via the heated water box at the park and supply a water hose.
- The City will provide $250 for groups to use towards the program to assist with the maintenance and programming of the outdoor rink program.
- Rink size is 12,2 m by 18, 3 m (40 feet by 60 feet).
- The rink does not include a liner.
- City staff will inspect the rinks monthly to ensure safety and proper use; rinks that are not maintained are not eligible for a rink the following year.
- A minimum of 4 volunteers are needed who are committed to maintain the rink.
- Volunteers are responsible for all labour and maintenance associated with the rink.
- Deadline to submit application: Thursday October 21, 2021.