Arenas and Community Centres

children playing on splashpad

Step 3 Reopening of Arenas

Effective July 16, 2021 the Province permitted indoor sports and recreational fitness facilities to reopen as we move into Step 3 of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopening. For additional information on the details on Step 3 please visit O. Reg 364/20: Rules for areas in Step 3. As of September 22, 2021, Ontarians will need to be fully vaccinated (two doses plus 14 days) and provide their proof of vaccination along with photo ID to access certain public settings and facilities. 

In addition to the above information, please note the following requirements of facility users for City arenas effective Wednesday, September 22:

  • All inclusive participant capacity of 40 for all on-ice activities. This includes all on-ice participants, trainers, referees/timekeepers.  
  • Gameplay activity is permitted but is encouraged to be modified at this time to avoid physical contact.    
  • Two spectators will be permitted per participant (maximum 80). Washrooms will be provided for spectators only.   
  • General public access is not permitted. 
  • Controlled facility access: 10 minutes prior to permitted time, using designated entry point   
  • Group must exit 10 minutes following permitted time, using designated exit points   
  • Change rooms (with posted capacities) and showers will NOT be provided.   
  • Adult users may enter partially dressed or must utilize the 10 minute entry time to dress for activity. Changing in common areas (hallway or spectator spaces), except for skates/gloves etc will not be permitted 
  • Dedicated cleaning time between each permitted time by City staff. There will be a minimum of 15 minutes between permitted times (30 minutes at Kinsmen).

Arena Division Customer Service is closed, and staff continue to work remotely. Emails and voicemails are being monitored on a regular basis in the order to which they are received, with a goal of a reply time of 24 to 48 hours. Call 705-742-7777 ext. 2577 or by email at arenadivisionbookings@peterborough.ca

Note: Healthy Planet Arena will continue to be used for vaccination clinics. Please visit the Peterborough Public Health website for information on how to book vaccinations for those who are eligible. 

 

COVID-19 Safety protocols - Step 3
    1. Hand sanitization upon entry of the facility is highly recommended.  

    1. Masks are required in the indoor areas. Some exemptions apply as per the provincial regulations.  

    1. All coaches, trainers, staff, or volunteers must maintain two metres distance from any other person who is not wearing a mask. If at any time physical distancing of two metres cannot be maintained staff, coaches, trainers, and volunteers are required to wear appropriate PPE (medical grade mask approved by Health Canada and eye protection).  

    1. It is highly recommended that team sports be modified to reduce or limit the amount of personal contact.  

    1. Overall facility capacity must not exceed 50% occupancy. Program capacity may be lower than 50% based on programming type and location. 

    1. The renter of the facility must upon entry to the facility actively screen and record the name and contact information of every member of the public and maintain the records for a period of at least one month. This includes all participants including coaches, athletes, and spectators from both home and visiting teams. 

    1. Visitors to the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre are actively screened by facility personnel upon entry using the screening checklist questionnaire. Records of their name and contact information will be kept for one month for contract tracing purposes.  

    1. The renter of the facility must ensure all individuals have provided proof of vaccination before entering the facility. Individuals must be fully vaccinated (two doses plus 14 days) against COVID-19 and provide their proof of vaccination along with approved Identification in order to access all indoor sport and recreation facilities 

    1. Exemptions include but are not limited to children under age 12, youth under age 18 participating in indoor organized sport, including training, practices, games and competitions, and patrons with an approved medical exemption issued by a physician or nurse practitioner will be permitted entry without proof of vaccination. No additional exemptions are permitted.  

    1. Participants of fitness and exercise classes must maintain a physical distance at least two metres from any other person who is using the facility and are subject to 50% of capacity limits. 

    1. Floor markers, signage and enhanced cleaning measures using disinfectant with a DIN# are implemented to control the risk of transmission.    

    1. An approved safety plan is required prior to facility access or rental 

    • The renter of the facility must ensure that all individuals (coaches, trainers, players and volunteers) are actively screened before they enter the facility, including the visiting team.  Coaches, trainers and volunteers must use the worker screening tool.  Athletes and spectators must use the patron screening tool.
    • All users will be required to submit group Safety Plans prior to being permitted using this online form: Indoor Recreation Facility Safety Plan online form

Our arenas

To submit a booking request, please use our online booking request form. Contact us during regular office hours at 705-742-7777 ext. 2400 or by email

The City of Peterborough operates three arenas with a total of five ice pads, including the Peterborough Memorial Centre – our community's Major Sport and Events Facility.

Ice and floor rentals

We offer ice and floor rentals at all of our arenas. Check the availability of our ice pads online. To book ice or floor time, complete our booking request form.

Ice User Groups please refer to the Arena Division Ice Allocation Policy for more information, as well as our Cancellation of Facility Time Procedure.

Allocation Time Frames - Ice and Floor Booking

The time frames in the tables below will be compulsory when forwarding ice allocation requests to the Facility Booking Office. All dates in the tables below are prior to the beginning of each season.

2021-2022 Allocation Time Frames

All ice and floor bookings must be made by the dates in the tables below.

Note: General Public Availability is the date that all remaining ice and floor time can be booked. All user groups and organizations will have their facility booking contracts complete.

Ice Booking Allocation Time Frames: 2021-2022
Priority Group according to Ice Allocation Policy Client Fall/Winter (26 weeks) Sept. 7, 2021 to Mar. 12, 2022 Spring 1
(includes March Playoffs) (3 weeks)
Mar. 13 to Apr. 2, 2022
Spring 2 (includes April Tryouts)
(8 weeks)
Apr. 3 to May 28, 2022
Summer (14 weeks) May 29 to Sept. 5, 2022
1

City Recreational Ice Programs

June 1, 2021

Oct. 1, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

2

Tournaments & Annual Events

June 1, 2021

Oct. 1, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

3

Partner & Affiliated Organizations: PHA, PGHA, PMHC, PFSC/Synchro, PMLA/Jr. A & C;

Sledge Hockey, Speedskating

June 1, 2021

Oct. 1, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

4

Adult & Full Season Organizations & Users

June 1, 2021

Oct. 1, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

5

Commercial & Other Groups/Organizations

June 1, 2021

Oct. 1, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

Nov. 12, 2021

6

General Public Availability

Aug 12, 2021

Nov. 1, 2021

Feb. 14, 2022

Feb. 14, 2022 

 

Floor Booking Allocation Time Frames: 2021-2022
Priority Group according to Ice Allocation Policy Client Spring/Summer season (16 weeks) Apr. 10 to July 30, 2022
1

City Recreational Ice Programs

Nov. 12, 2021

2

Tournaments & Annual Events

Nov. 12, 2021

3

Partner & Affiliated Organizations: PHA, PGHA, PMHC, PFSC/Synchro, PMLA/Jr. A & C;

Sledge Hockey, Speedskating

Nov. 12, 2021

4

Adult & Full Season Organizations & Users

Nov. 12, 2021

5

Commercial & Other Groups/Organizations

Nov. 12, 2021

6

General Public Availability

Feb. 14, 2022

 

Ice rental rates and information 

Ice rental rates and information - Healthy Planet, Kinsmen and Memorial Centre

Check the availability of our ice pads online. To book ice or floor time, complete our booking request form.

Ice rental rates effective April 1, 2021
Rate category  Price (HST included)
Adult Rate - Monday-Friday 3 pm-11 pm, Saturday & Sunday 6 am-11 pm $216.70
Youth - Monday-Friday 3 pm-11 pm, Saturday & Sunday 6 am-11 pm $187.78
Non-Prime Rate - 6am. to 3 pm. Monday to Friday and after 11 pm. daily $140.66

 Floor rental rates and information - Healthy Planet and Kinsmen
Floor rental rates effective April 1, 2021
Rate category  Price (HST included)
Adult  $113.93
Youth $91.87
Non-prime 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday $69.01

Floor rental rates and information - Memorial Centre

Floor rental rates effective April 1, 2021
Rate category  Price (HST included)
Adult  $128.89
Youth $109.98
Non-prime 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday $82.41

Additional cruiser charges may apply to all ice rentals depending on the number of skaters.

Additional insurance rates may apply on all ice or floor rentals.

Public skate and arena programs 

COVID-19 Update: Please note at this time public skating and drop-in programs are not currently being offered.

We offer a range of programming at our arenas. Public skating is a great way to enjoy these community facilities.

Public skating

To view the Public skating schedule please see our Calendar.

Price is $4.50 per skater, (Effective April 1, 2021)

Please note that:

  • It's open to the public
  • It's for people of all ages
  • Skates required
  • We recommend using CSA approved helmets
  • Approved skating assistant items are allowed
  • Hockey sticks and nets are prohibited

Senior skating

To view the Senior skating schedule please see our Calendar.

Price is $3.50 per skater, (Effective April 1, 2021).

Please note that:

  • It's open to people who are 55+
  • Skates required
  • We recommend using CSA approved helmets
  • Approved skating assistant items are allowed

Instructional skating programs & Adult Recreational Hockey

Through our instructional skate programs, you can learn how to skate, power skate or play hockey. If you are looking for a way to meet new friends, join our recreational adult hockey league! 

View skate programs

Adult pay-as-you-play hockey 

To view the Pay-as-you-play schedule please see our Calendar.

Price is $7.50 per skater, (Effective April 1, 2021).

Please note that:

  • It's open to the public
  • It's for people who are at least 18 years old
  • 2 hockey nets are provided
  • Skates required
  • CSA approved helmets required
  • Face shields or cages on helmets are strongly recommended
  • Full hockey equipment required
  • Non-instructional
  • Maximum of 4 goalies and 30 players for each session

 

Arena special events

The City of Peterborough is a great place to host a wide range of indoor and outdoor events. This includes events such as farmer's markets, trade shows, weddings, banquets, conferences, yard sales, celebrations and other special occasions.

Please note that due to COVID-19, the Healthy Planet Banquet Hall and Kinsmen Boardroom remain closed at this time.

Special Events Planning Guide and Application - 2021

For Special Events view our Calendar.

Healthy Planet Arena 

911 Monaghan Rd., Peterborough, ON K9J 5K5

705-876-8121

Healthy Planet Arena features the Leon's Peterborough Pad, the Freedom Mobile Pad, the media box, and a banquet facility that are available for rental.

The centre reflects our community's rich tradition of sport, fitness and recreation – with a goal of promoting a healthier lifestyle for all. The 5,000-square-foot banquet facility and adjoining ice surfaces complement each other for the benefit of our community. It can be used for small meetings, weddings, receptions, or anniversaries as well as serving as a main location for seminars, conferences, trade shows, product shows, concerts and cultural activities.

Facility

  • 2 ice surfaces both 200 feet by 85 feet
  • Seating Freedom Mobile pad - 695
  • Seating Leon's Peterborough pad - 300
  • Each pad's capacity is 160 skaters
  • Warm room overlooking each playing surface - seated or standing
  • Concession on upper level
  • Accessible building with features such as elevators, automatic door openers and washrooms
  • Parking - 340 spaces (9 Accessible)

Building rentals

  • The facility rental fee is $2,677.50 per pad/per day
  • There is no levy or charge for parking

Health Planet Arena banquet hall

  • 5,011 square feet
  • Banquets, weddings, meetings and special events
  • Liability insurance is required for all rentals
  • Banquet style up to 340 seat capacity

 

 Banquet Hall Rentals

Up To Three Hours, effective April 1, 2021

Rental rates for up to three hours
Day Price (HST included)
Sunday to Thursday $162.67
Friday and Saturday $231.73

Full day rentals, effective April 1, 2021

Full day rental rates
Day Price (HST included)
Sunday to Thursday $518.50
Friday and Saturday $772.41

 

 Tariffs
SOCAN and resound tariffs and prices
Tariff option Price (plus HST)
SOCAN with dance $132.39
SOCAN without dance $66.19
Resound with dance $55.52
Resound without dance $27.76

Food services

For inquiries on catering and food services at the Healthy Planet Arena, please contact Rico Razaiy at 905-376-0808 or at ricos.foodcatering@gmail.com.

Pro Shop - Sharps Performance

705-933-4559

sharpsperformance@gmail.com

Fall/Winter:

  • Monday to Friday - 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Saturday - 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Sunday - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
 Kinsmen Civic Centre
1 Kinsmen Way, Peterborough, ON K9J 2P8

705-742-5454

The Kinsmen Civic Centre features the Mr Lube Pad, the PGHA Pad and the Kinsmen Club Boardroom that are available for rental.

Facility

  • Two ice surfaces both 185 feet by 85 feet
  • Each pad's capacity is 150 skaters
  • Warm room overlooking each playing surface - seated or standing
  • Concession on upper level
  • Accessible building with features such as elevators, automatic door openers and washrooms
  • Parking - 221 spaces (4 accessible)

Building rental

  • The facility rental fee is $2,677.50 per pad/per day 
  • There is no levy or charge for parking

Kinsmen Club meeting room

  • Approximately 20 feet by 30 feet in size
  • Maximum capacity with tables and chairs is 30 people 
  • Available for meetings, birthday parties, tournament headquarters, etc.
  • Cost is $57.75 plus HST for up to three hours or $114.45 plus HST for a full day rental
 Peterborough Memorial Centre

151 Lansdowne St. W., Peterborough, ON K9J 1Y4

www.memorialcentre.ca

Common building use:

  • Concerts and events
  • OHL games
  • Major Series Lacrosse games
  • Ice rentals  - pad capacity is 150 skaters
  • Floor rentals 

For Ice and Floor Rentals please submit a Booking Request Form.

 Morrow Building
155 Lansdowne St. W., Peterborough, ON K9J 0A4

Contact Jeremy Giles, Peterborough Memorial Centre Manager, for information on renting the Morrow Building.

Common building use:

  • Auctions
  • Trade shows
  • Farmers' market

Skaters code of conduct for public skating

Before heading out for public skating, please take a look at the Skaters Code of Conduct.

Skaters Code of Conduct

  • Children 10 years and under must be accompanied and supervised by a guardian 14 years or older.
  • CSA Approved helmets are strongly recommended.
  • Excluding helmets, hockey equipment is not permitted
  • All participants are required to wear skates - no footwear other than skates on the ice.
  • No participants are to enter the ice surface area until the resurfacer is off the ice and the resurfacer door is closed.
  • No food or drink on ice surface.
  • No horseplay/games/tag in any area of the facility.
  • No erratic/excessive speed skating or figure skating.
  • No balls/pucks/chairs/pylons/strollers/sticks or any other item which might interfere with the safety of any skater while on the ice surface
  • No headsets, cell phones or hand held electronic devices to be used while skating.
  • Carrying of children is not permitted on the ice surface.
  • No sitting on the boards.
  • Skate in constant flow and in the direction of all skaters.
  • Skaters are required to conduct themselves appropriately at all times - this includes no cursing or swearing.
  • Alcohol, tobacco and drugs are prohibited.
  • Approved skating aids will be permitted on the ice.
  • Wheelchairs are permitted on the ice once the wheels have been cleaned.
  • Persons accompanying those in wheelchairs or ice sledges must wear skates and be skilled skaters.
  • A sledge is defined as a sled with two skate blades under the seat and a glider extending to the front. The skater uses two sticks with a prick on the end to propel themselves forward.
  • Respect and cooperate with Staff. They are there for everyone's safety.

Arena Division Customer Service Hours

Day Hours
Sunday  Closed 
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday  Closed

Please be advised that the City of Peterborough Arena Facilities are closed to the public, but staff can be contacted by phone or by email during the regular business hours.

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