- In compliance with the Utah Clean Air Act smoking, smokeless tobacco, and vaping (e-cigarettes) are all prohibited in or around our buildings and park spaces.
- All patrons and visitors must check in/slide membership card at the front desk.
- Food and beverages are not allowed in the Fitness Area or Gym with the exception of capped, spill-proof, non-glass water bottles.
- Possession of illegal drugs, beer, and alcoholic beverages is prohibited on the premises.
- Foul and abusive language is unacceptable.
- Abuse and/or misuse of County property and equipment is unacceptable. Violators will be held financially responsible for damages and losses. Any area in which the above rules are violated will be subject to closure. Violators will be asked to leave the premises and action may result in entry privileges being suspended or revoked.
- LOCKER ROOM AGE POLICY: Children 4 and under may enter the locker room with a parent, regardless of their gender. Children 5 and over may only use the locker room of their gender. Anyone may use the family change rooms at any time.
- No bare feet allowed outside of locker rooms with the exception of organized classes such as karate and gymnastics.
- Lockers are for day use only. Lockers which are not cleared at the end of the day will have the lock cut off and all items will be removed and bagged for pick-up. There will be a two (2) week holding period at which time all items found will be sent to an establishment which collects and resells used merchandise.
- Patrons are fully responsible for personal items that are lost, stolen, or damaged at the Fitness Center. Books, bags, coats, and personal items should be kept in a locker and are not allowed in activity areas. Patrons are responsible for bringing their own lock when using the lockers.
- Patrons may not display actions that the Center Staff deem unsportsmanlike or rude.
- Misuse, moving, or altering any portion of the Center property is prohibited. Persons with infectious diseases are prohibited from using the facility. Open wounds must be covered.
- All children under the age of ten (10) must be accompanied by an adult (age 18 or older) in all areas of the facility at all times.
- Please use only the parking areas immediately adjacent to our building.
- Patrons and visitors shall abide by the rules and regulations of the Center. People found in violation of these rules may have their Center privileges suspended or revoked.
Ice Rink Rules
- General Ice Rink Rules apply to all Ice Rink Patrons and at all times.
- No food or beverages are allowed on the ice, except plastic bottles of water.
- Skaters shall be alert as to other skaters at all times and yield to slower skaters.
- Private coaches and instructors must be licensed with Salt Lake County before coaching or instructing in a County facility.
- Lessons during Public Skate sessions are allowed, however rink personnel may cancel scheduled lessons at their discretion. If ten or more public skaters are present during a Public Skate session, coaches must either skate with the flow of traffic or stay in the center of the ice (between blue lines and the red dots).
- During Public Skate sessions, skaters may not cut across the ice, do any high speed maneuvers, or go in the opposite direction of skating traffic.
- Before entering the ice, skaters must pay for their session and show their receipt to the Facility Ice Monitor. Except goalies participating in the Stick & Puck or Drop-In sessions do not have to pay for the session.
- Video recording skaters is prohibited.
Freestyle Session Rules
- Freestyle sessions are open to skaters to train on specific figure skating skills such as jumps, choreography, dance or MITF.
- Freestyle skater patrons must yield to other skaters' jumping patterns and to skaters whose program is playing.
- At the discretion of Ice Rink personnel during a busy session, skaters skating in program may be required to wear a sash.
- Stopping or standing is not allowed on the ice, however, skaters and coaches may stop or stand next to ice rink boards.
- Coaching may only be done by Salt Lake County-licensed coaches.
- Audio headphones may not be worn on the ice, however coaches working on choreography may use headphones for that limited purpose.
- Skaters must wait their turn to have their program played. Programs shall be played according to the order they are left in the box, however skaters in lessons will have priority placement. Skaters may play their music once per session or until all skaters have played their own music. All programs shall be played from start to finish.
- Skaters must practice their skills in the designated zones. Corners of the ice are designated as Lutz zones. The center of the ice is the designated spinning zone.
- Parents and spectators may view freestyle sessions from the lobby or bleachers.
Stick & Puck Session Rules
- Stick & Puck sessions are open to no more than 25 skaters and up to three goalies of any age and ability to practice specific hockey skills.
- Scrimmaging is not allowed during Stick & Puck sessions.
- During Stick & Puck sessions, skaters and goalies must wear helmets, hockey skates and gloves. Skaters and goalies under age 18 must wear a face mask. Full hockey equipment is recommended but not required.
Drop-in Hockey Session Rules
- Drop-in Hockey Sessions are open to no more than 30 skaters and up to three goalies age 15 and older of any ability.
- Scrimmaging is allowed during Drop-in Hockey sessions.
- Full Hockey equipment is required; however face masks are not required for skaters aged 18 and older.
- If 30 skaters or three goalies are present for Drop-in hockey, additional skaters shall use the waiting list and shall be accommodated on a first-come-first-served basis.
- No coaching or instruction is allowed during Drop-in hockey sessions.