Update: Wednesday, May 6, 2020
The Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) along with other Denver Metro health departments will allow its “Stay at Home” order to expire on May 8 at midnight. With that expiration, Arapahoe county -- will be under the State’s current “Safer at Home” order. This means that on May 9, Critical Businesses can remain open, and many non-Critical Businesses can begin to open with some restrictions according to the state’s “Safer at Home” order.
Under the state’s “Safer at Home” order, The Ice Ranch will remain closed to the public until further notice. However, The Ice Ranch may open for personal training. On Monday, May 11, 2020, The Ice Ranch will open for private personal training for groups of no more that four (4) skaters on a ½ sheet of ice. These private personal training sessions are full. Gatherings are still limited to a maximum of ten (10) individuals. No hockey games are permitted at this time.
Individuals are strongly advised to continue staying at home to the greatest extent possible, only interacting with household members and only leaving for essential activities. Of particular importance; those at greater risk of severe illness from COVID-19, such as people 65 and older and those with underlying medical problems, should continue to stay at home unless leaving is absolutely necessary.
In addition, everyone should continue to take these preventative actions to protect themselves as well as others in their family and community:
- Wear a non-medical mask or face covering when away from your home, particularly in indoor settings where social distancing is difficult.
- Stay at least six feet away from others if you must go out.
- If you have symptoms of COVID-19, isolate yourself and contact your health care provider.
- Do not go to work or other public spaces if you are sick.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
- Only travel when absolutely essential.
The Ice Ranch is grateful for the sacrifices our frontline workers and our community have made to slow the spread of COVID-19 and we must remain vigilant to continue that trend and keep our communities safe while we gradually re-open our businesses.
Terence J. Ott
The Ice Ranch, LLC
Currently, all private personal training sessions at The Ice Ranch from Monday, May 11th – Friday, May 29th are FULL.
The Ice Ranch “Safer At Home” Personal Training Procedures
- Coaches will be billed directly and should call with a credit card to make payment, as there will be no contact with cashiers
- Trainee may not show up more than 20 minutes prior to his / her ice time
- Trainee or Parent & Coach must fill out a visitor intake (daily) and a waiver (first visit) at check-in
- Trainee & Coach will receive a body temperature scan at check-in
- Trainee, Coach & Parent should wear a facial mask upon arrival and when leaving the facility, and trainee & coach are encouraged to wear a facial mask on the ice
- Trainee, Coach & Parent must maintain six (6) feet social distancing at all times
- Maximum of four (4) trainees on the ice, with one (1) coach, unless trainees are from a single household
- Each group assigned a locker room, no more than four (4) persons in one locker room, and no closer than eight (8) feet apart. No dressing in the lobby, or non-designated areas
- All water fountains have been turned off, so trainee should bring his / her own water bottle
- Do not share water bottles, towels or any other personal equipment
- Parent(s) will not be allowed to stay inside the facility during the session, only the trainee & coach will be allowed to stay during the sessions
- If your trainee requires assistance tying skates, you may stay to tie his / her skates, but will then be asked to exit the facility, and return when the session is complete
- Do not bring siblings of your trainee to the rink, only the trainee will be allowed to stay during his / her session
- Trainee should not shower at the rink (showers will remain closed)
- Trainee may not linger longer than 20 minutes after his / her session ends
- Thoroughly sanitize personal gear and equipment after use
The Ice Ranch Management